Vacation Rentals in Beautiful San Diego
San Diego offers year-round sunshine, 70 miles of beautiful coastline, world-famous attractions, outdoor living and recreation and award-winning restaurants.
San Diego’s beaches are diverse, with sandy beaches, tidal pools, rocky cliffs and reefs. Something for every visitor. San Diego is a natural playground for the active, with paragliding, fishing, sailing, jet-skiing, scuba diving, surfing, kayaking or simply relaxing on the beach. Take a local sightseeing, sunset or whale watching cruise from San Diego Bay or Mission Bay.
For the visitor looking for more than beautiful beaches, San Diego has so much more to offer. San Diego is home to many top-notch tourist attractions: Balboa Park, Belmont Amusement Park, San Diego Zoo, San Diego Safari Park and SeaWorld to name a few. A majority of our San Diego vacation rentals and Airbnb's are in close proximity to all the attractions.
For the more discerning traveler, visit one of the many historic sites, performing arts venues or cultural attractions. Spend the day exploring with visits to The New Children’s Museum, Museum of Art, Natural History Museum, Museum of Man, Museum of Photographic Arts, Air and Space Museum, or a visit to the historic ship exhibits at the San Diego Maritime Museum. San Diego’s performing arts venues include: The San Diego Symphony, San Diego Opera, Old Globe Theater at Balboa Park, La Jolla Playhouse or The San Diego Repertory Theater. San Diego’s heritage is reflected in many historical sites such as Old Town San Diego Historic Park.
After you have enjoyed a glorious sunset, the city does not sleep. San Diego becomes a playground of night clubs, music venues, rooftop bars and jazz clubs. There are many award-winning restaurants, outdoor bistros, local cafés, or head down to the Little Italy district for a true Italian meal. Just out of town, San Diego has casinos for more action and entertainment.
For those wanting to venture a little further than downtown San Diego, be sure to visit Point Loma, Harbor Island and Shelter Island, marinas just outside of San Diego. Across the Bay, Coronado (also known as the Crown City) is a small island community known for the San Diego-Coronado Bridge. Coronado has beautiful beaches and ocean views.
If you are looking for a way to get around, take a ride on the Old Town Trolley, one of the best ways to see the city, highlighting the best San Diego attractions.
Sun, Sand, San Diego!