San Diego, CA, USA

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San Diego, CA, USA

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Savor The Sunshine with San Diego Vacation Houses

San Diego is a world-class destination where surf culture meets Spanish colonial history and pure California innovation. It’s home to the renowned San Diego Zoo, historic Old Town, cutting-edge Birch Aquarium and 70 miles of incredible beaches. Its vacation houses and condos are world-class, too, offering dozens of amenities such as non-smoking properties, washing machines, satellite/cable service, Internet access and convenient parking.

Days of Fun in Balboa Park

Lush Balboa Park sports 1,200 acres of museums, theaters, gardens and recreation sites, including the world-famous San Diego Zoo. The park’s 17 museums include the fun-filled Fleet Science Center, Air and Space Museum, Natural History Museum and Museum of Man. The Old Globe Theater and other performing arts venues host youth symphonies, dance companies, puppet theaters and theatrical productions. Balboa Park is where locals relax with lawn bowling, golf, tennis and 65 miles of hiking/biking trails.

Surf’s Up on San Diego Beaches

San Diego beaches are phenomenal and diverse. Hang ten at Ocean, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Imperial, Carlsbad, Leucadia and San Onofre beaches. Hang out with the whole family at Torrey Pines and Pacific beaches, or simply savor the sunset from Solano, Point Loma and La Jolla clifftops.

Old Town Enlivens Local History

The birthplace of California, San Diego’s Old Town is culturally rich. Tour haunted historic homes, browse through a general store, or wet your whistle in an old-time saloon. In all, there are 17 points of interest in Old Town.

Embrace San Diego’s Naval Heritage

San Diego has a long-standing role in American naval history. The Maritime Museum and the USS Midway Museum help you discover that heritage. The massive USS Midway aircraft carrier overflows with interactive exhibits and activities, from flight simulators and restored aircraft to the ship’s engine room.

Mission Bay Adventures Abound

Thrill rides are abundant in San Diego’s Mission Bay neighborhood. It’s home to SeaWorld and Belmont Park roller coasters. Bay waterways are perfect for light sailing, kite surfing and kayaking, and its beaches are idyllic spots for nighttime bonfires.

Revelry in the Gaslamp Quarter

Chic and historic, the city’s Gaslamp Quarter is an entertainment hotspot. It’s home to baseball’s Petco Park, Horton Plaza, the children’s museum and Seaport Village, and its streets are filled with welcoming pubs, fine restaurants, trendy boutiques and pulsing nightclubs.

Experience the Delights of Coronado

Just across the bay from the city is beautiful Coronado Island, best known for its red-roofed hotel, Naval Air Station and SEAL training grounds. While on Coronado, be sure to visit Hotel del Coronado, stroll along picturesque Orange Avenue and cycle the Silver Strand.

More Days of Sunshine Equals More Days of Fun

San Diego enjoys year-round moderate temperatures and endless hours of sunshine. Winter months are sunny, with average highs in the upper 60s and only occasional rain. Summer temperatures climb slightly to the high 70s. There’s no bad time to visit San Diego, but trips during autumn are gorgeous and free of summer crowds.

Fly, Drive or Cruise to San Diego

Flying into San Diego is a picturesque experience and puts you just 10 minutes from downtown. Car rentals are conveniently available onsite. Just 120 miles south of Los Angeles, San Diego is also easily accessed via private car on Interstate 5. Cruise ships and private boats are also popular ways to travel to San Diego. Ships dock at the Port of San Diego in the heart of the city, and smaller boats have several marina options.

Set your sights on San Diego

There’s no shortage of incredible sights to be found in San Diego, and a guided tour is the best way to see them all. No matter where your San Diego vacation rental is located, it won’t be long until you’re taking in the landmarks and monuments that wow visitors from across the globe. Walking tours give you the freedom to explore at your own pace, while culinary or wine outings are ideal for visiting foodies. Feel the California breeze in your hair on a Segway excursion around the city’s must-visit locations, or take to the peaceful waters by catamaran for unparalleled views of the skyline.

Going wild in San Diego

Pleasing both kids and parents can be tricky, but the San Diego Zoo Safari Park makes it a breeze. This rousing attraction is open 365 days a year and houses everything from gorillas and rhinos to zebras and oryxes, making it a surefire hit with all the family. Petting zoos and animal encounters are a fantastic way to thrill younger kids, while engaging talks about a wide range of ecological topics provide a fascinating educational experience for young and old alike. The park also has several gift shops and markets, so make sure to pick up a souvenir to remember your wild family day out.

Sun-soaked San Diego

With consistently warm weather throughout the year, there’s no need to worry about the climate when searching for a San Diego vacation rental. Average temperatures of 57°F even during the coldest months of the year ensure that nothing will stop you from making the most of your stay, and soaring summer temperatures mean you can spend time on the beach catching some color. If you’re traveling in warmer weather, consider one of the many San Diego vacation rentals with a pool and wake up with a relaxing swim in warm waters.

Set the scene in San Diego

For a breathtaking view of the finest Californian scenery, La Jolla, a stunning seaside community, should be at the top of your list. Surrounded on 3 sides by the ocean, with the cliffs of Mt Soledad towering behind, you’ll be able to enjoy the sweeping vistas from the bluffs at Torrey Pines or stop for a picnic with the kids at Scripps Park. If you’re feeling especially adventurous, the trails at Torrey Pines lead to particularly impressive vistas that are definitely worth a look.