What to Expect From Winter in La Jolla

The most popular times of year to visit La Jolla are undoubtedly spring and summer, especially with time off from school when it comes to college students or parents with children still in school. But La Jolla can be an excellent place to vacation in the winter, especially if you’re looking for a way to beat the chilly weather of other parts of the country. Whether you’re visiting for the holidays or you want to take some time off in the first couple months of the year to visit La Jolla, here’s what you can expect. Read more here

3 Reasons to Choose La Jolla for Your Summer Vacation

Summer is here, and with it, time to head out on your summer vacation. The ideal summer vacation for almost everyone, whether a college student desperate for a break or a family trying to spend quality time together, is a trip to the beach. But with beach communities on every coast — and especially familiar beach communities throughout California, what makes La Jolla stand out? Obviously, we’re biased when we say that you should choose La Jolla for your summer vacation, but we think our bias is justified. Read more here…

Visiting La Jolla Before You Move

Sometimes it’s enough to take a vacation to La Jolla for a few days before you return to your everyday life. But for some, that’s not enough. Some visitors fall in love with the beautiful beaches, friendly community, and warm sun and decide to make a move that’s more permanent. In fact, you might even be considering moving to La Jolla off of reputation alone, without ever having seen it. Of course, before you put a down payment on a home, you’ll want to visit the community and make sure it’s really for you. Read more here…


What is the La Jolla Lifestyle?

There are a number of reasons why you might want to visit La Jolla. The beautiful beaches, mild ocean breezes, close proximity to San Diego, and warm, sunny weather is enough to draw visitors from all over the country. But La Jolla is far from the only sunny beach community in the continental United States. There’s something more that makes it stand out as a vacation spot, and it can be hard to define. It’s the lifestyle of La Jolla that really sets it apart. But what is the La Jolla lifestyle? Let’s break down some of the character traits. Read more here…


The Best Places to Relax in La Jolla

The point of a vacation is, above all, to relax. When you take your La Jolla trip, the tension should melt off your shoulders, allowing you to forget about the pile of assignments at work or all the stressors at home. Everything about your vacation should be about what you want to do, what’s most calming and enjoyable for you. However, some La Jolla attractions simply excel when it comes to relaxation. If you need to really treat yourself, these are the places to visit. Read more here…

La Jolla Independent Businesses: Bars

After a day in the sun exploring the beaches and shopping stops in La Jolla, it’s time to stop at a local bar for some much-needed refreshment. But local bars are more than simply a place to get a drink. They give you a taste of the community, a chance to socialize with locals and tourists alike, and sometimes fun activities like trivia night or a marathon of your favorite show. And why limit yourself to just one bar? If you’re planning a beer crawl during your La Jolla vacation, here are a few stops you’ll want to check out. Read more here…


Best Bike Trails In and Around La Jolla

La Jolla has the kind of weather year round that makes you want to spend as much time as possible outside. It’s what brings people flocking to the shores, or enjoying picnics in the park, or hiking through Torrey Pines State Reserve. So naturally, it’s also a great place to go biking, and it’s something locals and tourists alike love to do with their day. The bike trails in and around La Jolla are a bit wider and a bit smoother than hiking trails, since the process of biking itself is often enough invigoration without the rugged paths. They do, however, offer splendid views that are hard to find in bike trails anywhere else. Read more here…


What To Do In La Jolla This April

No matter what time of year you come to visit La Jolla, there’s always something to do, but April is one of the most popular times of year for tourists. The days have become longer again, spring is here, and most importantly, spring break is here. Everyone from families to college students to couples or young professionals looking for a getaway will start to arrive in La Jolla. If you’re among the throng, you may be trying to build an itinerary for your trip. Read more here…

La Jolla Independent Businesses: Fine Dining | The Bed & Breakfast Inn at La Jolla

Not every experience of eating out needs to be fine dining. In fact, little diners, pubs, and counter service restaurants all have their place. However, when you’re on vacation, you want to be able to do something that you might not otherwise do in your everyday life. It can be nice to dress up and go to a fine dining restaurant where you know you can expect delicious gourmet food and excellent service.

 

If your vacation is in La Jolla, California, you’ll find several such fine dining restaurants, often incorporating beautiful beach views and other natural elements that bring out the beauty of the area. Read more here…

Seals and Sea Lions at La Jolla Cove

Are you, your kids, or your friends big sea creature enthusiasts? If so, La Jolla Cove will be sure to delight, because in addition to the gorgeous surf and sun, the cove is also home to both seals and sea lions. Every year, hundreds and even thousands of tourists come to see the seals and sea lions playing on the shore — from a distance, of course. It’s always good to keep in mind that these are still wild animals. However, with the right information and tips, this marine life excursion could be a must for your trip. As long as the weather and surf allows, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of both. Read more here…