Here are the top 186 tourist attractions to see in San Diego:

1. Torrey Pines State Beach

Torrey Pines State Beach

26 km
from city center
1 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

La Jolla, San Diego, has a long stretch of beaches from Boomer beach down south to Torrey Pines State Beach up north that’s part of the beautiful Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve Park. The famous Torrey Pines Golf Course is located within the premises and can be visited first before making your way down to the serene beach.

2. La Jolla Shores Beach

La Jolla Shores Beach

18 km
from city center
2 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

La Jolla beach is one of the longest beaches stretching across 1 mile along with the beachfront community of La Jolla. The La Jolla coastline is known for its reefs and cliffs along with its very famous cove. La Jolla Cove is a favorite that is accessible by kayaks and is one of the favorite activities of people along with snorkeling and swimming.

3. San Diego Zoo

San Diego Zoo

3 km
from city center
3 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

San Diego Zoo is a not-for-profit wildlife sanctuary in Balboa Park in the North of downtown San Diego, California. It is an abode to varied flora and fauna. It has over 3,500 rare and endangered animals that represent over 650 species and subspecies of wildlife. Moreover, there is a notable collection of botanical species featuring above 700,000 exotic plants.

4. Balboa Park Gardens

Balboa Park Gardens
4.3 /5

2 km
from city center
4 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

One of the most popular attractions in the city, Balboa Park is an interesting cultural spot. It is home to 15 museums as well as beautifully planned gardens and the Zoo.

5. Beaches in San Diego

Beaches in San Diego
4.2 /5

9 km
from city center
5 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

70 miles of coastline and nearly a dozen beaches call you for a perfect beach-time for each and everyone.

6. San Diego Zoo Safari Park

San Diego Zoo Safari Park

0 km
from city center
6 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is a wide-ranging, not-for-profit wildlife sanctuary in the San Pasqual Valley near Escondido. It is situated thirty miles north of downtown San Diego, California. This safari park is one of the largest tourist attractions in San Diego County and is home to rich flora and fauna. It features over 3,000 animals exhibiting over 380 animal species from Asia, Africa, North-South America, Australia, and Europe.  Moreover, there is a famous collection of 3,500 botanical species and 1.75 million specimens. The park also has the world's largest vet hospital.

7. Coronado beach

Coronado beach

4 km
from city center
7 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Coronado Beach in San Diego is definitely one of those beaches that look exactly like a picture of a movie. The beach is located close to the famous Hotel del Coronado that was featured in Marilyn Monroe’s film. Located close to the beach is the 200 feet tall Coronado bridge that gives you a great view of the beach as well as the community of Coronado.

8. Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach

13 km
from city center
8 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Pacific beach in San Diego is one of the favorite hotspots for teenagers and college students. It is known to be the ultimate destination for beach parties, especially over the summer break. It is also the hub for many events and contests like taco-eating contests to flee markets and more.

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9. Ocean Beach

Ocean Beach

9 km
from city center
9 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The ocean beach in San Diego is the most beloved beach of the small oceanfront town of point Loma. It is known for having the ultimate Californian vibe with its funky town and vintage look. The beach sticking true to its Californian nature is why it is so loved by all.

10. Imperial Beach City Beach

Imperial Beach City Beach

15 km
from city center
10 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The imperial beach is located towards the south bay of San Diego about five miles from the border of Mexico. The most interesting fact about this beach is that it is the point where the Pacific ocean mixes with the Tijuana river creating one of the largest salt marshes in California.

11. Mission Beach

Mission Beach

10 km
from city center
11 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Mission Beach in San Diego is known for its two-mile-long boardwalk along the beachfront. The most popular location on Mission Beach is Belmont Park, an amusement park erected in 1952. Belmont Park is just like an amusement park straight out of the movies with miniature golf, bumper cars, and more.

12. Windansea Beach

Windansea Beach

17 km
from city center
12 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The name Windansea beach stands for the ‘wind and sea’ hotel that once stood on the beach in 1940. It was once called Neptune beach and has a tragic history of deaths and accidents. The beach is located on the west end of La Jolla shores and is quite small in size. The beach is only suitable to visit in the summer due to the harsh winter storms.

13. Tecolote Shores

Tecolote Shores

8 km
from city center
13 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Tecolote Beach or Playa El Tecolote is a small beach community located in Sur, California. This is an isolated community and is absolutely beautiful with white sand and blue waters. This beach is famously known for its picturesque view and calm waters. The main activities include jet skiing and water skiing.

14. Stan's Beach

Stan's Beach

5 km
from city center
14 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Stans beach or popularly known as the shipwreck beach is located on the south of Coronado beach. The beach is famously called Shipwreck Beach due to the ghostly wreckage on the SS Monte Carlo in 1930. The wreckage of this once gambling ship appears only during low tide and fascinates onlookers. Apart from the intrigue caused due to the wreckage the silvery white sands of stans beach add to the entire look of the beach. The beach hosts activities such as swimming and boogie boarding. Stans beach is definitely a must-visit due to its eerie ship wreckage.

15. San Elijo Beach

San Elijo Beach

36 km
from city center
15 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

San Elijo beach is located in front of the oceanfront community of Cardiff in California. The San Elijo beach also includes the state park which has various picnic tables and camp spots to camp by the beach at night. The currents of the water are too strong to go swimming here but it is an excellent spot for surfers. The beach is not pet friendly but is an ideal spot to sunbathe or enjoy long strolls. There is a popular Mexican restaurant that is open all year round and is the best spot to grab a snack while visiting the beach.

16. Fletcher Cove Beach Park

Fletcher Cove Beach Park

32 km
from city center
16 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Fletcher cove beach is a small beach that is a part of Solana beach. It is also known as Pillbox because of the fake gunnery installations made during world war 2. Fletcher cove beach can only be used when the tide is low. The park however does include picnic areas and playgrounds for children. You can definitely enjoy a picnic by the beach even during high tide. The main activities include surfing, kayaking, swimming, and more. The beach also offers ample parking space which is free of charge.

17. Ski Beach

Ski Beach

9 km
from city center
17 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Ski Beach, located at Mission Bay, San Diego, is a favorite spot among families and the young folk alike. With a large lawn space spread across the park and picnic tables placed throughout the area, it’s not too hard to see why not. One might find themselves engrossed with the view as the gentle sea breeze caresses them while sipping on an iced tea.

18. Breaker's Beach

Breaker's Beach

5 km
from city center
18 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

If all you yearn for is peace and an uncrowded beach, and possess a military ID, then Breakers Beach is the place for you. Located within the Naval air station, North island at the north end of ocean boulevard at sunset park, San Diego, it is probably the most isolated and remote beaches in all of California. So exclusive, that only military personnel and their families are permitted to enter this private military beach.

19. Boomer Beach

Boomer Beach

18 km
from city center
19 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Tucked away south of La Jolla, San Diego is one of those hidden beaches located on the western side of Ellen Browning Scripps park - Boomer beach. Located next to the more popular and bustling La Jolla Cove beach, Boomer beach has been a more remote beach due to its secluded nature. There are no stairs here and one would have to climb down the sandstone bluff from the Ellen Browning Scripps Park to gain access.

20. Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

9 km
from city center
20 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Bordering the western edge of Point Loma community of San Diego, between the Pacific ocean and Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, dedicated in 1983, is the 68-acre Sunset Cliffs Natural Park. Known for its sprawling cliffs after which it is named, the trails along the cliff are popular for those evening strolls and witnessing the beautiful sunsets.

21. Solana Beach

Solana Beach

32 km
from city center
21 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Located off the northern coast of San Diego, about 30 minutes from Downtown San Diego is the quaint little beach community of Solana Beach. Dotted with plenty of bluffs and caves that are begging to be explored, this beach town is more than just that. An evening stroll around sunset can leave you in awe with the beautiful ocean glimmering with the rays of the setting sun and the waves crashing into the rocks below the cliffs.

22. Del Mar City Beach

Del Mar City Beach

29 km
from city center
22 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

California is known for its sunny beaches and one such beach is the one at Del Mar, which is probably one of the most exquisite ones found in California. The Del Mar City beach ranges from Powerhouse Park till the lagoon entrance up north. This is where you’ll find the popular Del Mar North Beach, popularly known as the “Dog Beach” since owners are allowed to bring their pooches here with no restrictions. If your plan involves just lazing around and taking in the view, head on over to Powerhouse Park where the lawn filled with benches overlooking the sea view and plenty of snack shops, restaurants & shops welcomes you.

23. Moonlight Beach

Moonlight Beach

39 km
from city center
23 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Famous for the residents of Encinitas Boulevard coming together for midnight picnics in the early 1900s, this particular beach at Encinitas was named “Moonlight Beach” for this reason. Popular among the local residents and tourists, Moonlight Beach has been a favourite for nearly a century now with the municipality taking measures to encourage tourism in the neighborhood. Children and adults find themselves involved with the various recreational activities available at the beach and the park here.

24. Blacks Beach

Blacks Beach

21 km
from city center
24 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Officially a part of the Torrey Pines State Beach, Black’s Beach is the smaller desolated beach located beneath the bluffs of Torrey Pines in La Jolla. The Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve Park runs through this area where hikers can walk 2 miles south from the Torrey Pines State Beach to join here or drive here on the previously private roads. As you drive up here, you’re bound to pass several mansions that have various designs including the Mushroom house, connected to the beach via a funicular.

25. Theme Parks

Theme Parks
3.8 /5

10 km
from city center
25 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Your kids would certainly not get bored because they've a couple of theme parks for their entertainment in the city.

26. Cardiff by the Sea

Cardiff by the Sea

36 km
from city center
26 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Just north of San Diego in the city of Encinitas lies the small beach community of Cardiff-by-the-Sea, or just Cardiff to the locals. A small quaint beach town that functions as its own, is home to plenty of shacks, restaurants, and breweries that offer a good weekend option for the ones visiting San Diego but don’t like the hustle and bustle of the San Diego crowd.

27. Museums in San Diego

Museums in San Diego
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
27 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Museums in San Diego accomodate the art and history in the city. Over 90 museums proudly stand in San Diego, which appeal people with various interests.

28. Breakers Beach

Breakers Beach

5 km
from city center
28 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

If all you yearn for is peace and an uncrowded beach, then Breakers Beach is the place for you. But do note that the beach is allowed to those only with a military ID. Located within the Naval air station, North island at the north end of ocean boulevard at sunset park, San Diego, it is probably the most isolated and remote beaches in all of California. So exclusive, that only military personnel and their families are permitted to enter this private military beach.

29. Anza Borrego Desert Park

Anza Borrego Desert Park

100 km
from city center
29 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The largest park in southern California, The Anzo-Borrego Desert Park gets its name after the Spanish traveler Juan Bautista de Anza and a Spanish word Borrego meaning Sheep. This park covers almost one-fifth of San Diego and lays amidst the mountain ranges of Vallecito and The Rosa Mountains. This place can be visited anytime during the year as there is no snowfall. The climate is usually very pleasant with the temperatures only soaring up in the summertime.

30. Torrey Pines Golf Course

Torrey Pines Golf Course

21 km
from city center
30 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Overlooking a pristine, endless coast of the Pacific Ocean, the iconic Torrey Pines Golf Course owned by the city of San Diego sits amidst picturesque cliffs. Standing at an elevation of 380 feet, this municipal public facility is popular among players of all aptitudes because greens are large, slow and rounds are long so that you play with ideal pace. There are 2 idyllic courses at the venue, the North and South ones, having smoothly carpeted grasslands along the ocean offering breathtaking views to those finishing their rounds.

31. Redhawk Golf Course

Redhawk Golf Course

84 km
from city center
31 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Redhawk is California’s most spectacular golf course in terms of space and scenery, boasting a lakeside championship facility with an amazing driving range for tourists and trail walkers. Fast greens, abundant teeing spots and smooth fairways spread over a length of 7056 yards are Redhawk’s specialties, challenging players of all levels. You can play all-year-round at this well-maintained suburban venue.

32. Twin Oaks Golf Course

Twin Oaks Golf Course

50 km
from city center
32 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Ranked as the 3rd best golf course in California state, Twin Oaks was designed by Ted Robinson with a layout suitable for the fair championship and next-level training sessions. Host to lots of yearly leagues like SCGA events, junior golf and clinic, tournaments and ranked games providing you a chance to assess your competitive skill levels are also held at this iconic and affordable venue.

33. The Crossings at Carlsbad

The Crossings at Carlsbad

48 km
from city center
33 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Priding itself with a prime suburban location along the pristine Pacific coast and smooth plateaus, The Crossings at Carlsbad is a top-notch championship golf venue sprawled over 400 acres. Keeping in mind the requirements to challenge golfers of all aptitudes, the course was designed strategically by Greg Nash with undulating grounds and fast greens. Players are allowed up to 7 rounds over 5 separate tee boxes, while this varies with Twilight and Super Twilight games.

34. Eagle Crest Golf Course

Eagle Crest Golf Course

1,332 km
from city center
34 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

A true embodiment of all the glorifying vistas San Diego offers, the year-round Eagle Crest Golf Course is located at the manicured San Pasqual Valley in Southern California. The wildflowers, eight lakes and waterfalls here create a naturally relaxing retreat. Challenging even the most professional golfers to hone their skills, this daily fee championship facility provides a series of holes requiring skills to make full-range shots.

35. Oceanside Golf Course

Oceanside Golf Course

57 km
from city center
35 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Oceanside Golf Course is a Parkland style, year-round venue with well-appointed fairways and relaxed greens, where the pace is flexible enough to give golfers to all aptitudes and age groups a sense of accomplishment. Nestled against the riveting backdrop of hilly, tree-lined layouts on a coastal landscape, this course brings you every game level from country club games to PGA championships.

36. Maderas Golf Club

Maderas Golf Club

38 km
from city center
36 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Known as a top-rated club for its outstanding putting greens and chipping areas, the Maderas Golf Club is ideal for beginners, while it also caters to advanced golfers who can play challenging rounds at the broad, rocky cliffs and meandering creeks. As soon as you reach the first tee, you are welcomed by graceful waterfalls, three lakes, rich flora and fauna over 40 acres of ravishing inland forests.

37. Balboa Park Golf Course

Balboa Park Golf Course

2 km
from city center
37 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Balboa Park Golf Course holds second place among Southern California’s best and oldest daily-fee golf courses, owing to its panoramic downtown views and mesmerizing ocean vistas. There are abundant undulating greens and deep roughs for challenging yourself to play your best game. You can play over 18 holes as well as the shorter, 9-hole executive course here, featuring smooth Kikuyu grass greens and hilly fairways. Balboa Park is host to esteemed world-famous regulars like Sam Snead, as it is to families looking for a rejuvenating getaway and a short stroll with their pet.

38. Mission Trails Golf Course

Mission Trails Golf Course

15 km
from city center
38 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Featuring great diversity of gurgling, sun-soaked valleys along the first 9 holes and the shores of pristine Lake Murray along the next 9, Mission Trails is steeped in tropical modernism of Mount Cowles and offers valuable challenges and highly technological amenities. The strategic changes in elevation across the solid course and large distances between adjacent tee boxes are well-suited for pros. Quite a few state tournaments are held here yearly, which you can participate in with friends or just come to watch the thrilling games.

39. The Vineyard Golf Course

The Vineyard Golf Course

146 km
from city center
39 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Vineyard Golf Course is North County San Diego’s pride, located on the northern shores of Lake Hodges along Orfila Vineyard in an agricultural preserve of San Pasqual Valley. The course boasts of scenic wetlands, mountains, grapevines, and a large, protected wildlife reserve to explore on foot or admire while finishing your golf rounds. The front and back 9 holes feature 10 - 20 divot marks on each hole to enhance playability and convenience.

40. Cross Creek Golf Club

Cross Creek Golf Club

87 km
from city center
40 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Basked in the glory of Temecula Valley is Cross Creek Golf Club, a golfer’s abode in the thickly forested hilly areas of Southern California. Known for its close-range tee boxes and slow resplendent greens, the club offers a fair game for pros and beginners seeking recreation alike. If your drive is perfect, the back 9 holes with side-hill second shots is perfect, while the front 9 are designed to fit the terrain over plain tree-lined meadows. A range of tees are offered, among which green and gold also welcome women.

41. Carlton Oaks Golf Course

Carlton Oaks Golf Course

20 km
from city center
41 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

With a notable heritage dating back to 1958, Carlton Oaks continues to impress golfers with its spectacular championship course and peninsula scenery. The course is flanked with pristine lakes, meandering creeks and mature oaks, making it a uniquely challenging ground. There are six sets of tees with yardage ranging from 5039 yards to a sprawling 7014 yards. Demanding shots are required across the tree-lined lakes at the front nine holes, while the back nine gives you more leisured green and valley-bound fairways.

42. Riverwalk Golf Course

Riverwalk Golf Course

6 km
from city center
42 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Encircled by ravishing green palm, oak and eucalyptus trees on the Mission Valley, Riverwalk Golf Club is a pioneer among its kind in the Hotel Circle area and offers a resort-style, full-length course with a short game area. The property further houses excellent amenities like a clubhouse with country dining joints and a pro shop selling carts and gold merchandise. Accommodating up to 300 people, the event space features a stately hall and a buffet, ideal for personalized weddings, tournament openings, receptions and fundraising.

43. Boulder Oaks Golf Club

Boulder Oaks Golf Club

56 km
from city center
43 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Formerly known as the Meadows Lake Golf Club, this course holds 1st place among California’s Most Improved Golf Courses since 2016. Popular for hosting tournaments, romantic weddings and ceremonious occasions, Boulder Oaks has a 900 sq ft fireside room, an 1800 sq ft banquet hall and a 7000 sq ft patio for outdoor dining. Flaunting strategic architecture, the two 9-hole courses run along rolling hills flanked with mature oaks and boulders lining the fairways. After finishing your rounds, you can admire the stunning views of San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountains while relishing tasty grills and chilled beer at the clubhouse.

44. Coronado Municipal Golf Course

Coronado Municipal Golf Course

3 km
from city center
44 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

A favorite golf destination among locals and celebrities alike, this bayfront course overlooks the San Diego harbor and Coronado Bay Bridge. In contrast to its contemporaries, the course is sculpted on plains, making the greens easy, fairways wide and walkable. Feast and Fareway is the property’s American restaurant and bar with outdoor joints offering course views. The ornate banquet hall here accommodates up to 200 guests and celebrates weddings, tournaments, fundraisers and parties with pomp and ceremony. There are several upscale hotels in the area, including Hotel Del Coronado, Hilton Bayfront, Gaslamp Hotel and Coronado Island Marriott Resort.

45. Coronado

Coronado

4 km
from city center
45 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Glorified by the beauty of the panoramic San Diego Bay, Coronado city in California is flanked with upscale shops, well-manicured tropical gardens and a leash-free dog beach. The bayfront cabanas and serene shacks offer a riveting backdrop for relishing fresh seafood at the casual restaurants. Fishing, sunbathing and surfing are popular beach activities among visitors. Families and travelers can hop on a kayak and enjoy the sail across San Diego Bay and its many dramatic vistas.

46. Salton Sea

Salton Sea

140 km
from city center
46 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Transformed from a salt-covered sink to a spectacular lake in the lower Colorado Desert, Salton Sea is California’s largest lake at a unique depth of 227 feet below sea level. Perfect for birdwatching enthusiasts, the lake is a major stopover for cross-continental migratory birds. The lake boasts of 130 miles of exquisite white sand shoreline with French Riviera style vacation playgrounds.

47. Gaslamp Quarter

Gaslamp Quarter
Must visit

1 km
from city center
47 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

It a historical neighborhood in San Diego. This 16-block area is mainly famous for its nightlife, clubs, entertainment, events, and good food to go on the way. The place extends from Broadway to Harbour drive and 5th Avenue is its main street. The name comes from the Gaslamp which was used as a source of lighting along with the arc lightings. 5th Avenue has 4 new Gaslamps installed in there. People generally plan their visits around the festivals like Mardi Gras, Street Scene Music Festival, St. Patrick’s Day events which are crowd-puller.

48. La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove

18 km
from city center
48 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

La Jolla Cove is surrounded by cliffs of San Diego. It sees the likes of locals as well as those of the tourists. With many activities onboard this is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit for both kids and adults. Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Open Water Swimming, Kayaking, Stand Up Paddle Boards, or simple Bicycling are some fun ways to explore this place with easy rentals of the supplies needed for the same. The place offers the concept of Beech Cottages serving the best Crab, Lobsters, Filet Mignon, and the New York Steak.

49. Mt. Helix

Mt. Helix

3,637 km
from city center
49 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Casa de Oro-Mount Helix popularly known as Mt Helix is fondly known as the Crown jewel of San Diego’s east country is surrounded by La Mesa and El Cajon. Rightly, the mountain is an excellent choice for hiking with local stores lined up along the route sharing some of their cultural inheritance in various forms. On reaching the top one can see the breath-taking view of the whole of San Diego, The Pacific Ocean, the Hills of Mexico towards the south.

50. Mt. Laguna

Mt. Laguna

69 km
from city center
50 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Mt Laguna is an arid place located around forty-five miles from San Diego and can be commuted by bus or car easily. This peak is around 6000ft above sea level and is situated in a Jeffrey Pine forest towards the eastern part of San Diego in the Laguna mountains. There is nothing like waking up to the sunrise in these mountains in one of the rustic lodges or cabins situated all way along the mountain. The Place is surrounded by dense forests and is very ideal for people looking around for camping and some serious adventure in the woods.

51. Mt Soledad

Mt Soledad

17 km
from city center
51 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Mt Soledad is located on the coast of San Diego with the Pacific Ocean to its west. It is one of the most popular destinations for cycling tours which are either organized by groups or taken up by individuals. The major attraction here is the Mt Soledad Cross which is a gigantic white-colored cross located on top of the mountain and is rebuilt thrice and stands as an ode to the Korean War Memorial. The timely restoration of the cross has helped it survive with time. This peak is around 250m tall making the hike relatively simpler and less time-consuming.

52. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park

Old Town San Diego State Historic Park

6 km
from city center
52 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is one of the best history museums in San Diego for history lovers. There are free guided tours which show around the ancient historic buildings from the 19th century. The park also shows around the reconstructions that have been preserved through ages. The vintage buildings house numerous shops and restaurants which offer a rustic experience. The museums are housed in five adobe buildings.

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