Imperial Beach, CA, USA

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Imperial Beach, CA, USA

Imperial Beach vacation rentals

Hang ten or love the land in Imperial Beach

The prospect of miles of beach would sound fairly amazing to any water enthusiast. Imperial Beach is California’s humble offering, boasting almost 4 miles of gorgeous beaches. It’s considered one of the best surfing spots in San Diego County, but there’s more here than big wave culture. A buzzy pier provides a little love for landlubbers, and there are prime spots for bird watching, camping, horseback riding, and cycling. One thing is certain: an appreciation for the outdoors is a must if you’re thinking of an Imperial Beach vacation rental.

Imperial Beach is a SoCal essential

Imperial Beach is paradise for water lovers—it’s easily one of the best spots in Southern California to hang ten, spike a volleyball on the sand, or even gallop along the coast like some sort of fairytale hero. The Pier is packed with shops and restaurants if you need a break from all the outdoor activity. You might even take a jaunt to a nearby estuary for some serious bird watching opportunities. It wouldn’t be unusual to spot an endangered bird or some type of native wildlife. The awe-inspiring surroundings alone make an Imperial Beach vacation rental well worth it.

Epic and irresistible SoCal beach life

It’s the epic surroundings that make Imperial Beach such an enviable vacation getaway. One of its most enticing spots is the Silver Strand, a sleek isthmus where visitors flock to camp out and ride a bike. The Tijuana River National Estuary is the region’s most impressive salt water marsh—and also happens to be home to some of the best bird watching around. The Living Coast Discovery Center is a family-friendly aquarium, while the Surfboard Museum is right in line with the area’s penchant for all things outdoors: it’s a public art display set right outside.

Nothing but a good time...and sunshine

It’s an impressive place to live if you crave nothing more than sunshine and seriously good times. An Imperial Beach vacation rental allows you to enjoy more than a few days of sunny bliss—in fact, the sun shines almost 270 days of the year! Imperial Beach is known for its especially comfortable, temperate weather year round. The lowest low you might experience in winter is around 45 degrees, while the high in July is a pleasant 76 degrees. In between, there are countless days of tropical warmth and minimal rainfall.

Enjoy temptation and beauty on the beach

Giving in to temptation and booking an Imperial Beach vacation rental wouldn’t be the worst thing you’ve ever done for yourself. Located 5 miles from the Mexican border, it’s bordered by Coronado, the San Diego Bay, San Diego, Tijuana, and the Pacific Ocean. It’s also a sandy beach lover’s paradise that offers prime views of the Los Coronados Islands. Included in the San Diego—Tijuana metropolitan district, it’s one of the most recognizable bi-national communities with a shared population of United States and Mexico citizens.