About La Jolla Beach
From the north, take Interstate 5 to La Jolla Village Drive, westbound. Turn left on Torrey Pines Road at the signalized intersection. Follow Torrey Pines Road to the signalized intersection at Prospect Street and turn right. Watch for the signs and bear right on Coast Boulevard.
From the south, take Interstate 5 north to La Jolla Parkway. Continue on as it becomes Torrey Pines Road. Follow Torrey Pines Road to the signalized intersection at Prospect Street and turn right. Watch for the signs and stay right on Coast Boulevard.
First To Review: Elisabetta O.
Aug 10, 2008
I love it in La Jolla because in the morning you can go out and look at the seals and standing on those cliffs and having the waves crash up against them is pretty cool. My favorite part though is walking around on the rocks and looking at the crabs, coral, and small fish that swim in the small pools on water by the rocks. It's a great place for families and for just two or three people. You can have a picnic and look out on the clearest water in San Diego. It's beautiful.
Aug 12, 2008
Great place for our second anniversary dinner, with amazing places to eat. Very unique. Also good for shopping as it is a very quaint place to walk around. You can be very casual with all the beach goers and surfing around some places, but then there are also the Bentley dealerships, so you can dress up too. It's like a CA version of Coconut Grove in Miami, FL, (adding in the casual beach goers) if that helps. We loved it.
May 22, 2009
The Rose Fault Line is very close to this beach, and some of the most expensive houses in the US are also here. Stroll along the streets or stretch out on the sand in between the water-worn shoreline..This is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon!
May 16, 2011
Absolutely breathtaking scenery here. If that was all there is there, it would still be a five-star destination, but there's also a vibrant, upscale community in the area, with many of Greater San Diego's higher-end establishments represented there.