Oceanside/San Diego Beaches


Breakwater Way (Oceanside)

Breakwater Way is a quiet, family beach located just south of Oceanside Harbor. It is popular with surfers and volleyball players. Located in Oceanside. 


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Harbor Beach (Oceanside)

Harbor Beach is Oceanside’s largest beach, offering everything from surfing to volleyball. The Oceanside Harbor, adjacent to Harbor Beach, has many amenities including the Marina Inn Hotel and a variety of shops. In the harbor, you can sail, spend the day on a deep-sea fishing boat, whale watch, rent kayaks or visit the marina. Fishing is an option from the jetties. Located in Oceanside.


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La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove is loved by both locals and visitors from around the world. From its breathtaking sunsets and majestic sea lions to seaside restaurants and kids activities, this beautiful setting offers a slice of the elegant yet laid back La Jolla lifestyle for all to enjoy. Approximately 45 minutes from Oceanside.


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Pacific Beach/Mission Beach

Along the 3-mile oceanfront boardwalk, you'll find funky surf shops, beach bars, cafes  and nightclubs. A variety of upscale resorts and family hotels are also scattered along the coast. Be sure to visit Mission Beach’s iconic Belmont Park amusement park and entertainment center for a ride on the Giant Dipper roller coaster or game of laser tag. Approximately 40 minutes from Oceanside.


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Coronado Beach

Coronado is the quintessential San Diego postcard experience and a great place for a fun-filled family beach vacation. The long sandy beaches here are special and literally sparkle, thanks to the mineral mica in its golden sand, which is one of the reasons Coronado is consistently voted one of America’s finest beaches by The Travel Channel, Dr. Beach, and many others. Approximately 55 minutes from Oceanside.


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