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Sunset Cliffs, San Diego

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 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. There is also a rather secluded beach there, but it's swim at your own risk. It is quite popular with the more adventurous and seasoned surfer as the surf is rather rough for the area. Be warned, however, that there are no lifeguards at this secluded beach and it is only accessible by scaling a gently eroding (but long-standing) cliff face. Local surfers have been kind enough to provide a rope that aids in 'safely' repelling down the cliff face. Some upper body strength is required to return to the top.


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About Sunset Cliffs

 Sunset Cliffs, San Diego, CA, USA

Sunset Cliffs and Nearby Sights on Map

Dog Beach

At the northern end of Ocean Beach, dog lovers can bring their pets along for a romp in the waves or a swim in the flood channel

Point Loma

Humphreys Concerts By the Bay

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

Mission Beach

This beach is one of the calmest, easiest places to ocean swim in San Diego area

Belmont Park

A seaside amusement park located near the southern end of Mission Beach, Belmont Park is a landmark with a number of shops, restaurants, an arcade, and a bunch of rides

Fort Rosecrans

A former WWII military outpost, situated on Point Loma to protect the Naval Base on Coronado from attack by sea

Mission Bay Aquatic Center

The aquatic center rents catamarans and other watercraft, as do several other franchises around the bay

Cabrillo National Monument

Tidepool Area

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

SeaWorld San Diego

Hours vary by season and day of week; typically 10AM-5PM in winter, 9AM-11PM in summer