Experience Coronado Island San Diego
Coronado Island San Diego is a quaint upscale beach town located near San Diego. Arrive via the distinctive Coronado Bridge, or the ferry for a 15 minute ride to the island. There's so many fun things to do on all year long on Coronado Island!
Stroll through the Hotel del Coronado. This historic hotel opened in 1888 and has hosted many United States presidents, foreign heads of state, and famous celebrities.
Even if you aren't staying at this National Historical Monument, you can browse the shops, order a drink, take in the fascinating architecture, or enjoy a meal. Hotel del Coronado is famous for their wonderful Sunday brunches.
Directly in front of the hotel is Coronado Beach, consistently named one of the best beaches in the United States. Relax on the white, sandy beach which actually sparkles in the sun. The gentle surf makes this beach popular with families and life guards patrol the waters throughout the year.
Drive along the beach south of the hotel. You can usually find a park on the street in the neighborhood surrounding the southern section of the beach.
There's a walkway that runs along the beach beginning in front of the Hotel del Coronado. Walk this path or rent a bike, surrey, or segway to enjoy the gorgeous ocean scenery.
Walk down Orange Street to discover unique boutiques, a variety of restaurants, museums, and other businesses.
Summer visitors can enjoy an evening of music at Spreckles Park. Free outdoor concerts are held on Sunday evenings throughout the summer. Located on Orange Avenue between 6th and 7th, take advantage of the large grassy area and the nice children's playground.
Coronado Golf Course is one of the top public courses in the country. The course has stunning views and is both challenging and well maintained. The rates are quite reasonable. Be sure to call for reservations.
If you arrive by ferry, you'll land at the Coronado Ferry Landing. This shopping and dining complex offers a panoramic view of the San Diego skyline across the bay.
Browse the more than 20 shops, art galleries, and restaurants. You can even fish from the pier without the hassle of getting a license. There's a large free parking lot should you choose to drive to the island.
Definitely, experience Coronado Island San Diego!
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