World Class Beaches and Unique Village Atmosphere

Situated just across the bay from downtown, Coronado is known for beaches with gentle surf, sparkling white sand, and a charming small town feel. Arrive by ferry or car for an unforgettable family-friendly vacation or romantic getaway. A popular year-round activity is cycling around Coronado’s five main areas: Bayside and the Ferry Landing, Historic Downtown, Beaches, Glorietta Bay, and Silver Strand.

The legendary Hotel del Coronado, a National Historic Landmark built in 1888, is known for its soaring red turrets and sprawling Victorian architecture and is visited by travelers from all over the world. For the utmost in luxury, stay in an ocean view cottage or villa at Beach Village at The Del. Activities at The Del range from watersports and beach fitness to relaxing ocean view dining and spa services. Stroll down Orange Avenue to find shops, restaurants, art galleries, theaters, and The Coronado Museum of History of Art where you can learn more about the birthplace of Naval Aviation and the rich history encompassed by Coronado.

At the other end of town, Coronado’s Ferry Landing offers guests shopping and waterfront dining overlooking the San Diego skyline across the bay. On Tuesday evenings, local farmers come from all over San Diego to sell fresh produce at the Coronado Market. A visit to Coronado is a must for all visitors to San Diego.

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