The Pacific Beach community is situated along the western border of the mid-coastal area of San Diego. It is surrounded on the north by La Jolla, on the south by Mission Bay Park and Mission Beach, on the east by Interstate 5 and Clairemont Mesa, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean.
The main residential community of the town is mostly identified by its closeness to water, both the coastal bluffs and the beaches of the town, counting the beaches of Mission Bay to the south. The coastal flat expanse of land that encompasses most of the beach rises to sharp hillsides to the north flanking La Jolla.
Most of the kinship was built out after 1930, and roughly 97% of the town’s land areas have been developed. As a result, the current development is mainly infill.
There are six primary and secondary schools in the area, and public schools are located in San Diego Unified. College students and young adults consider P.B., as the town is called by the locals, the iconic Southern California beach town. With several miles of boardwalk and a vivacious atmosphere, the town is a fantastic place to frolic in the sun and gaze at the stars after dark.
Taco stands welcome sandy toed beach guests, amusing beach bars offer soothing drinks, fine dining establishments prepare delightful meals, and sultry nightclubs offer the opportunity to dance the night away. It’s all part of the excitement that makes P.B. what it is today. However, there is a variety of things to do beyond the miles of sandy beaches. The town offers a boardwalk that extends parallel to the ocean. The boardwalk is filled with shops and restaurants, exercise enthusiasts, beach cruisers, and skateboarders whooshing along the strip.
Garnet Avenue is also part of the attraction of P.B. It is lined with boutiques offering everything from trendy clothing to beach souvenirs. In addition, Tuesday afternoons the farmer’s market sets up, where the locals and visitors browse and taste scrumptious smoothie samples. The San Diego beach market carries local produce, cuisine, fine art, and jewelry.
Besides the after hours atmosphere, there are numerous family friendly restaurants and many activities for families and anyone looking to chill out. There are beachfront properties from beach houses to San Diego hotels, all within walking distance to the sand and sea.
Moreover, Pacific Beach is the perfect place to cavort in the waves while kids splatter in the water and build sandcastles on the beach. There are plenty of other activities for locals and visitors to enjoy as well like paddle boarding, sailing, and kayaking.
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