Get to Know Coastal San Diego

Get to Know Coastal San Diego

Get to Know Coastal San Diego

Get to Know Coastal San Diego

Get to Know Coastal San Diego

Get to Know Coastal San Diego

Welcome to San Diego, California’s second largest city, where blue skies keep watch over 70 miles of majestic coastline and a gentle climate and friendly locals create a welcoming vibe all its own.

Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Anza-Borrego Desert and the Laguna Mountains to the east, and Mexico to the south, the diverse neighborhoods of San Diego are spread out over 4,200 square miles, offering endless opportunities for exploration and activities. Spend a day relaxing in one of the many beach communities, then hiking in the east San Diego County mountains the next. Explore the urban neighborhoods of San Diego’s downtown, from the iconic Gaslamp District to the eclectic community of Hillcrest. Visit the quaint and charming island town of Coronado or the picturesque village of La Jolla. San Diego’s regions are so unique and diverse; there are plenty of options to discover something new each time you visit.

Ocean Pacific Realty focuses on five neighborhoods:

Mission Bay/Mission Beach – Mission Bay is a saltwater bay or lagoon located south of Pacific Beach in San Diego, California. The bay is part of the recreational Mission Bay Park, which is the largest man-made aquatic park in the country.

Ocean Beach – With a funky vibe all its own, Ocean Beach features a quirky collection of antique and vintage stores, bars, restaurants, artist studios and eccentric locals.

Pacific Beach – A favorite spot amongst college students and young adults living the California Dream, Pacific Beach is the iconic Southern California beach town.

Point Loma – Rich in nature, people and history, Point Loma is one of the oldest communities of San Diego. Point Loma is a long peninsula that borders the San Diego bay.

La Jolla – Often called “The Jewel” of San Diego, is indeed a shining gem in America’s Finest City. Located just a few miles north of downtown, this upscale community is surrounded by water on three sides and backs up to Mount Soledad, a high coastal peak with fantastic views of the San Diego coastline, bays and cityscape.