Windansea Beach is one of San Diego's mostromantic beaches. This is one of the best beaches to watch the sunset and go for an evening walk along the water. It's famous for its historic surf shack.
This La Jolla beach is one of the top surfing locations in California. Excellent surfing conditions can consistently been found at this beach due to the surf breaks. It's not recommended for beginning surfers.
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After learning about Windansea Beach San Diego, click on these links to check out other San Diego beaches:
Blacks Beach | Coronado | Del Mar | Ocean Beach | Imperial Beach
La Jolla Childrens Pool | La Jolla Cove | La Jolla Shores
Marine Street | Mission Bay | Mission Beach
Torrey Pines State Beach | Pacific Beach | Silver Strand | Sunset Cliffs
The Surf Shack is a palm covered open structure that was built in 1946 by local surfers. It has been designated as an historical landmark by the San Diego Historical Society.
This San Diego beach is popular with experienced surfers, snorkelers, body surfers, and sunbathers. Swimmers should enter the water with extreme caution. You need to be a strong swimmer due to the rough breaking surf right at the shoreline.
There’s a grassy area perfect for picnics. Large sandstone rocks provide secluded settings for relaxing on the beach.
Windansea Beach is located in La Jolla and has to be one of the most romantic beaches in San Diego. It's also one of the best places to watch the sunset and go for a romantic stroll on the beach.
The beach is covered with rocks which help create a secluded atmosphere and a great place for place for couples to watch the sun sink into the Pacific Ocean. Gorgeous beach sunsets are the norm. This has to be one of the most romantic beaches in San Diego. There’s a rough surf at this beach due to a hard breaking surf right on the shoreline.
From San Diego, take Interstate 5 north to La Jolla Parkway. Continue on as it becomes Torrey Pines Road. Follow Torrey Pines Road to Pearl Street and turn right. Turn left on La Jolla Boulevard. Turn right on Nautilus. There is a small parking lot. Most visitors need to park on the street in the neighboring residential area.