Things to Do – San Diego

Posted On September 20, 2010 

Thinking of hitting San Diego? Well, getting around the place and exploring isn’t very costly. Infact, as they say all good things come without a charge,  Activities to do in San Diego is surely bubbling with good things, good places and much more goodness. With a scintillating shoreline stretching as far as upto 70 miles, and the weather always in favor of you, the exciting outlandish areas provide a perfect spot to relish the beauty. There are a wide of things to do in San Diego. Here’s a what is in store for you.

San Diego

1.    The Beach File

San Diego’s shoreline stretching as far as about 70 miles, offers some of the greatest beaches to soak in the sun and sand at. Go about making sand-castles for hours, or wander away gathering sea-shells or simply lay back in the lazy sun, the beaches are a perfect spot to swim. Being free and public beaches, the fun never ends.

2.    La Jolla Cove

One of the most amazing natural beauties, La Jolla Cove is a perfect spot to catch holistic views of the setting sun, with the skies ablaze and this natural paradise shimmering in all its splendor.

La Jolla Cove

3.    Seaport Village

Situated in downtown San Diego, Seaport Village is a gamut of entertainment sans the bounds of time. Spend time just strolling in leisure or derive pleasure in stalking those favorite items while a window-shopping spree, Seaport Village is an ideal timeless spot. Watch as the ships and yachts sail on the spectacular San Diego coast or just grab a goodie at the local eatery, there are options galore.

4.    Mission Bay Park

The Mission Bay Park is spread across a huge 4600 acre area consisting of an aquatic park. An ideal family destination, kite-flying would have never been so much fun before than this at the velvet like soft grass of the Tecolote Shore fields. As the kites flutter away in the breezy skies, the whole family meets up to enjoy the kite flying activity.

5.    Spreckels Organ Pavillion

Spreckels Organ Pavillion situated in the Balboa Park is very popular for its  2’o cocl organ concerts free of charge for each and everyone. The Spreckels Organ Pavillion boasts of outdoor pipe organs as one of the biggest in the entire world. This is a very famous San Diego landmark spot since a time as long ago as 1914. Organists gather to play folk tunes, show songs on the massive pipes ranging upto 32 foot.

Spreckels Organ Pavillion

6.    The Gaslamp Quarter

The Gaslamp Quarter is sure to be a retreat into the age old enigma stirred by Victorian style architecture. Delightful and mesmerizing Attractions San Diego places where leading boutiques and art galleries are located are decorating this historical place.

7.    Mission Beach Boardwalk

Mission Beach Boardwalk is ‘the’ place for rollerblade, cycle, or skateboarding stints. This promenade stretching along the beautiful beaches runs till about 3 miles, always electrified with youngsters.

Mission Beach Boardwalk

8.    Torrey Pines State Park

Torrey Pines State Park is the perfect place you can think for a picnic. Pack in some  munchies, and get that picnic basket filled with goodies to just hit the park and lay back admiring talented hang gliders perform their stint.

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