What’s not to love about gorgeous beaches, sunny weather and spectacular shopping? La Jolla is known as a luxury beach community and ultimate tourist destination. But what lures people into La Jolla is all the different types of things you can see and do! Whether you want to shop at designer clothing boutiques or enjoy the beaches, there are a ton of activities for everyone to enjoy. From shopping to snorkeling to sun-bathing, La Jolla has it all! Here are 5 reasons why we love La Jolla.
1.La Jolla’s Coastline
La Jolla is home to 10 phenomenal beaches stretching across a 7-mile coastline. From north to south, beaches include Torrey Pines State Beach, Black’s Beach, La Jolla Shores, La Jolla Cove, Boomer Beach, Shell Beach & Seal Rock, Children’s Pool, Wipeout Beach, Marine Street Beach & Whispering Sands and Windansea Beach. Each beach has something unique to offer. Explore tide pools, hike, swim, surf, kayak or sit back and watch the sunset. If you’re an avid beach go-er, La Jolla’s beaches won’t disappoint!
You can spend the whole day or two shopping in La Jolla! One thing La Jolla knows is fashion. From designer clothing to the budget-conscious fashion, La Jolla’s shopping experience caters to everyone. La Jolla features features several antique shops, jewelry stores, furniture dealers, bedding stores, lighting shops, gift stores, book stores, shoes and more. Warwick’s is a great one-stop shop for unique gifts.
3.Dining & Food
Come to La Jolla hungry and leave happy. La Jolla restaurants ranges from taco shops to gourmet restaurants with world renown chefs. Dining in La Jolla satisfies any pallet and wallet! Experience cuisine from all over the world Enjoy ocean views at The Shores Restaurant or Brockton Villa Restauarant. La Jolla has one of the best climates in the world which is perfect for outdoor dining.
La Jolla is filled with many families and is a great place for kids. La Jolla provides the best public and private schools and educational services in the area. If you are looking for fun and free things to do in LA Jolla, bring the kiddos to the Children’s Pool or catch the seals sunbathing at The Cove. There are plenty of kid friendly restaurants to feed your family’s tummies including Bistro Pazzo.
5.Fine Arts & Museums
La Jolla has a strong culture and arts community. Enjoy the ocean views and browse at over two dozen La Jolla art galleries. The gallery district within La Jolla’s Village includes a diverse selection of photography, traditional paintings, contemporary art and sculptures. Whether you are an art collector, home decorator or just an admirer, La Jolla is a great place to indulge in the arts.
If you are feeling the love, let us know why you heart La Jolla as much as we do in the comments below.
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