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San Diego's most desirable spot for swimming, diving and snorkeling. The water is calm and the cove is ecologically protected. There is also a world famous dive site that is located in the La Jolla ecological preserve.
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A charming cove for getting close to amazing Sea Lions, which come right up on the beach to sunbathe, & seem to enjoy posing for photos! The only problem was the tremendous stench! Not sure if it was from the Sea Lions or the hundreds...More
Don’t miss if you’re in the area! The entire downtown LaJolla area is awesome and one of our favorite neighborhoods in San Diego, especially as tourists. The Cove is memorable and a special place to take photos.
Drove up from San Diego for lunch and to see the sea lions/ seals and I am so glad we did. Parking seems to be a bit of a nightmare even on weekdays but we managed to find a 3 hours space in about 10...More
Super fun day at La Jolla, starting with the cove. Great walking path, close proximity to wild sea lions, great photo opportunities. As with many places, best to arrive early to ensure parking. We spent approximately 2 hours at the cove before lunch and going...More
On our last day in San Diego we decided to visit La Jolla Cove. It is very beautiful but parking can be a pain. They were also setting up for some kind of weekend event which took up some of the parking. It was a...More
My son and I drove north from San Diego for a scenic tour of the Southern California coast. We stopped a few times for a walk along the beach to take pictures and for lunch. The weather was perfect. Our favorite stop was in La...More
What a great place to visit, just like anything on this great California coast.
Parking was a breeze, even though they were setting up for an event tomorrow.
The views were outstanding, seals and sea lions to boot.
Many areas for pictures.
A must visit.
PBWorldTraveler did a great job answering your questions. You can't see this is the photos , but the seals and sea lions are very smelly. Plus, they are protected from by law from harassment by people. You don't want to... More
PBWorldTraveler did a great job answering your questions. You can't see this is the photos , but the seals and sea lions are very smelly. Plus, they are protected from by law from harassment by people. You don't want to swim next to them!