San Diego is California's second largest city, with more than 70 miles of majestic coastline and a gentle Mediterranean climate.

Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Anza-Borrego Desert and the Laguna Mountains to the east, and Mexico to the south, the diverse neighborhoods of San Diego are spread out over 4,200 square miles, offering endless opportunities for exploration and activities.

La Jolla
The coastal village of La Jolla, appropriately meaning "The Jewel" in Spanish, is one of the most popular and picturesque destinations in the world. With a dramatic coastline ideal for swimming, surfing, diving, kayaking, and snorkeling, La Jolla's beaches are just one of the features that make this village a highly desirable destination for visitors. La Jolla offers world-class shopping and dining experiences, from designer boutiques and art galleries, to critically acclaimed restaurants featuring celebrity chefs. La Jolla's cultural offerings include the renowned Birch Aquarium at Scripps, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and La Jolla Playhouse.

The average April temperature is 21°C high and 14°C low.

San Diego is on Pacific Standard Time (PST) and 8 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.

The voltage in California is 120V at 60Hz. Two-pin plugs are standard.

Local Attractions

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  • Bike rentals 1.1 miles
  • Biking trail 2 miles
  • Bowling 4.4 miles
  • Hiking 4 miles
  • Horseback riding 4.7 miles
  • Jet-skiing 8 miles
  • Jogging/fitness trail 2 miles
  • Kayaking 8 miles
  • Miniature golf 4 miles
  • Nature preserve, trail 4 miles
  • Rock climbing 3 miles
  • Sailing 10 miles
  • Sauna 0.1 miles
  • Squash 0.5 miles
  • Surfing 5 miles
  • Volleyball 2.8 miles
  • Water-skiing 8 miles
  • Tennis 0.1 miles
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