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A few miles drive from the Visitor Center, down the cliff on the Pacific Ocean side, where visitors can explore a living tide pool ecosystem.
A few miles drive from the Visitor Center, down the cliff on the Pacific Ocean side, where visitors can explore a living tide pool ecosystem. Just be cautious of the marine life and slippery rocks! Wearing shoes with proper grips is a must when visiting any tidal ecosystem.
San Diego, CA, United States
Being over 400 feet above the ocean, the views from Cabrillo are marvelous, overlooking the Pacific Ocean to the west and San Diego Bay, Coronado, the airport, and Downtown San Diego to the east
A former WWII military outpost, situated on Point Loma to protect the Naval Base on Coronado from attack by sea
A lovely setting, Sunset Cliffs is an excellent place for sightseeing, picnics, watching sunsets (as the name suggests) or just driving along the rim of the beautiful cliffs along Sunset Cliffs Blvd
A concert series held every May through October, showcasing some famous entertainers (Crosby, Stills & Nash, Jewel, The Moody Blues, Bonnie Raitt) at Humphrey's Half Moon Inn & Suites
Coronado has a splendid beach, made up of beautiful white sand and the crowd is mostly families enjoying the day
The hotel's architecture is a must-see, with its brightly colored wooden Victorian style exterior and its slightly dated art deco interior
A small museum operated by the Coronado Historical Association, dedicated to preserving the art, history, and architecture of Coronado
Where Coronado's community theater group plays