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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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Best diving charter ever. And I mean best diving charter ever!!
The way Zach (the owner) and Karina treat their divers make you feel like you are their friend, not their customer. The prices re very, very, reasonable, the variety of the diving spots they...More
This place was really neat. There are people exploring, snorkeling, kayaking and just enjoying the views. People of all ages can appreciate this location. Great photo & video ops. We spent a few hours strolling and watching the sea life. Right up the hill from...More
We were arriving in San Diego from Carlsbad (shopping at the Carlsbad Premium Outlet) and decided to spend an afternoon at La Jolla Cove Beach, it was a very rewarding experience. There are several beachfront cafes and restaurants, as well as the typical Southern California...More
One of my favorite places on earth! Swim with the sea lions, the fish, clear waters. Mid October and the water is 69'. There are lifeguards if the surf is too much for you. Beautiful place! People watching at its best. Folks from every country...More
The cove usually has a lot of Sea Lions and Seals but today there were only a few playing in the water. There were about a hundred of birds there. The seal lions and seals were playful with each other and were also making a...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... 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!