Beautiful Islands in San Diego

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Islands in San Diego | Harbour Island | Coronado Island | Shelter island

With a picturesque natural harbor on the Californian West coast, islands in San Diego have sensational resorts, posh restaurants and fabulous green hills to hike through and explore. They are popular (Read More) hubs for shopping, botanical parks, safaris and marinas. You can enjoy fishing excursions, surfing, whale watching and harbor cruises while viewing vibrant skylines at islands in San Diego.

Here is the list of 3 Beautiful Islands in San Diego

1. Coronado Island

Coronado Island

As the panoramic beauty of San Diego bay graces this resort city, Coronado Island is popular for its upscale shopping district, lush tropical gardens, beachfront restaurants and a leash-free dog beach. Tourists, locals and Hollywood celebs frequent the beaches to relish seafood, go fishing, sunbathing, swimming and surfing. You can hop onto a kayak with your family and friends to sail across the picturesque bay with its dramatic skyline.

Elevation : 5 meters
Tourism : Year Round
Population : 21,390
Area code : 619
Accommodation : 300 USD – 320 USD
Top sights: Coronado Bike Path, Coronado Beach, Silver Strand State Beach, Centennial Park, Coronado Golf Course
Timings for Outdoor Activities: Ferry: 10am – 9pm (15 minutes per tour), USS Midway Museum: 10am – 5pm

2. Harbor Island

Harbor Island

Boasting of the most exotic snorkeling, swimming spots and coral reefs in the Bahamas, Harbor Island is renowned for its long stretches of stunning pink sand beaches on the east coast, turquoise waters and shady palms under the tropical Caribbean sun. You can indulge in bonefishing, biking, boating and shopping along the various traditional districts and the best way to explore Harbor Island is by a rented golf cart.

3. Shelter Island

Shelter Island
5.0 /5

Shelter Island is in the vicinity of Point Loma. It isn't an Island, it is a Peninsula neighboring Point Loma. It was originally a sandbank at San Diego Bay that was visible only on low tides. It is connected with the mainland via a strait land. The island is owned and controlled by the Port of San Diego, which administers all the public services of the region. It was developed by the authorities in the 1950s.

Recreational Destination : Yes
Family-friendly : Yes

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