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In scenic San Diego, Inspirato has 19 coastal accommodations, with three standalone homes in La Jolla and six resorts dotting the coast. A quintessential La Jolla beach house, Shorebreak sits just three minutes from the La Jolla Shores Beach, boasting expansive ocean and hillside views.
Arches perches atop Soledad Mountain—one of the highest points in all of La Jolla—offering sweeping views and contemporary interior design with incredible outdoor living space. Designed by a renowned architect, midcentury modern Coast Walk sits in downtown La Jolla on a coastal bluff, within walking distance to shops and restaurants.
With 70 miles of shining Pacific coastline, a staggering 92 golf courses, theme parks for the kids, an award-winning zoo, and 4,200 square miles to explore, San Diego is the perfect sun-soaked getaway. Considered the birthplace of California, the city has plenty to offer: Tour through the historic downtown, cruise the boardwalk on a bike, or meander along the storefronts. Explore La Jolla Cove, the city’s best spot for swimming, snorkeling, diving, and more—kayaking through its sea caves is an unparalleled experience along Southern California’s coast. And in the surrounding neighborhood, discover one of the most diverse food scenes in the city.
Coronado Island offers a unique sightseeing opportunity by bike, featuring views of historic landscapes, including the Hotel del Coronado and Glorietta Bay. Flat terrain makes this ride doable for all skill levels and ages.
Spend the day kayaking the La Jolla Ecological Reserve and the La Jolla Sea Caves, two of San Diego's natural marvels. No kayaking experience is necessary when touring the beautiful shores and spectacular sea cliffs.
One of the best ways to take in San Diego’s superb scenery is to play a round of golf atop the picturesque seaside cliffs of Torrey Pines. The championship course is named after a rare type of tree found only in the San Diego area.
The weather in San Diego is mild year-round and boasts more than 300 sunny days per year. Visitors flock for its relatively hot summers, cool winters, and low humidity (despite its proximity to the ocean). If a storm should arise, it doesn't last long—the rain in Southern California is fleeting.