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This beach is a favorite breeding spot for harbor seals.
This beach is a favorite breeding spot for harbor seals. The beach is closed Dec 15-May 15 during breeding season, but you can still observe the seals from a safe distance. This beach used to be the children's beach, and there is an ongoing dispute between animal rights supporters and others who disagree about who should own the beach. Depending on the current turn of events, swimming may or may not be permitted. Occasionally, the seals vanish, but move a few hundred feet to the right, close to the cove itself.
Children's Pool Beach, California Coastal National Monument, Village of La Jolla, CA 92037, USA
A nonprofit, membership library which sponsors art exhibitions, concerts, lectures, and art classes
Built on top of a sea cave, this gift shop offers tours of a small cavern open to the ocean
A very popular beach for swimming, scuba diving and snorkeling, set against beautiful sea cliffs
A local beach with some rough and dangerous surf
This beach has no facilities, but is notable for playing host to a great number of talented and famous surfers
In north La Jolla, this beach has some of the gentlest waves of any beach in San Diego
The public center for the renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography (of University of California, San Diego), this award-winning aquarium has many fantastic exhibits, with oceanic species from all over the Pacific Ocean displayed, as well as sharks, a tide pool, a large kelp tank, and a coral reef (with actual living coral)
A popular surfing spot for locals
Set against high cliffs, Black's Beach is the largest nude beach in the country