No matter how long your day has been, there’s no better way to end a day in San Diego than watching an awe-inspiring sunset. There are plenty of amazing places in the San Diego area to take in this must-see daily event. If you haven’t had a chance to watch one of San Diego’s fabulous sunsets, it should be a top priority the next time you visit.
If you’re wondering where the best places are to catch a sunset in San Diego, you’re in luck. The team at Bluewater Vacation Homes has compiled a guide on San Diego sunsets that will shine a light on all of the information you need.
Find out how Sunset Cliffs Natural Park got its name with a visit before the sun goes down. Hint: it’s because the sunsets here are incredible. You’ll have panoramic views to watch as the sun descends into the Pacific Ocean while surrounded by striking cliff formations.
Oceanside Pier is one of the longest piers on the West Coast and is an excellent place to watch the sunset. Whether you want to cast a line, grab a bite to eat, or simply watch the sun’s brilliant display, Oceanside Pier is the perfect destination.
Take in the San Diego sunset from a unique vantage point at Mt. Soledad. From most viewpoints, the sunset can seemingly come and go very quickly. However, at Mt. Soledad, you’ll be 823 feet up, giving you plenty of time to watch as the sun slowly drop out of view.
La Jolla Cove is a world-renowned snorkeling destination, but it is also a beautiful place to watch the sunset. Spend your day snorkeling and then make your way out of the water in time to take in the sunset’s vibrant colors.
While these idyllic spots are great places to watch the sunset in San Diego, there’s nothing quite like watching the sunset from your beach vacation rental. Bluewater Vacation Homes has a variety of well-appointed condos, villas, and vacation homes in Mission Beach, La Jolla, and Pacific Beach within walking distance of the Pacific Ocean. Please check availability online or give us a call at 858-605-1497.