San Diego Is Open For Business

You deserve a vacation, and San Diego is ready to welcome you back. Rest assured that your resorts are Vacation Ready, with enhanced cleaning standards and safety protocols in place.

Maybe you’re wondering what’s open in San Diego before you plan your next getaway. Good news: beaches, attractions, museums, and restaurants are open for business. Read on to discover all of the fun you can have in San Diego right now and get your next bucket-list vacation to America’s Finest City booked today.

Outdoor Adventures
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Beaches

With 70 miles of glorious coastline and year-round sunny skies, no visit to San Diego is complete without a trip to the beach. Tucked between sandstone cliffs, La Jolla Cove is one of the most photographed beaches in Southern California. One of the gentlest beaches in the area, La Jolla Shores, is perfect for novice scuba divers and families alike. A popular viewing spot for harbor seals, Children’s Pool boasts panoramic views and a picturesque beach. And Windansea Beach is an ideal stop if you’re looking to catch some waves.

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Hikes

From rugged deserts to pristine coastline, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking in San Diego. For a quick escape, head to the hills, valleys, and open spaces of the 5,800-acre Mission Trails Regional Park. For more tranquility, head to Cabrillo National Monument to explore the natural and cultural history of San Diego. Or, head to the largest state park in California, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, for 500 miles of dirt roads, 12 wilderness areas, and miles of trails. If ocean views are what you’re after, Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is perfect for peaceful walks on the beach.

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Golf Courses

Hailed by Golf Digest as “one of the top 50 golf destinations in the world,” San Diego is a golfer’s paradise. Scratch golfers and newbies alike will awe at courses laid out among seaside settings, desert mountains, and inland valleys.

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Water Activities

San Diego’s three harbors — Oceanside, Mission Bay, and The Big Bay — all offer marina facilities, boat rentals, and boat tours. Hornblower Cruises boasts a variety of options from whale watching to dinner cruises to harbor cruises. Experience caves, sea cliffs, and marine life on a kayak tour.  Learn about San Diego’s seafaring history with a trip to the Maritime Museum.

Where To Eat

San Diego restaurants are open with social-distancing guidelines in place. Savor the diverse cuisine San Diego has to offer whether dining in or opting for takeout.

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Gaslamp Quarter

Home to more than 90 historic buildings, the Gaslamp Quarter is the perfect backdrop for a stroll after your meal. With more than 100 restaurants, there are plenty of options for everyone. Enjoy a delicious steak at The Butcher’s Cut, savor progressive bar fare at Barleymash, sample fresh-catch cuisine at Lionfish, or sip margaritas at Rockin’ Baja Lobster.

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La Jolla

It’s easy to have dinner with a view around La Jolla. George's At The Cove is known as one of the region’s best for rooftop dining, and its varied menu will please everyone’s palette. For a fine dining experience, try Michelin Star-rated Nine-Ten. Head to Caroline’s Seaside Cafe for a beachside breakfast.

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Little Italy

A chic, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood, Little Italy is bustling with gastropubs, restaurants, and patio cafes. Fans of the show “Top Chef” may recognize the names behind some of the area’s best restaurants — like Juniper & Ivy from Chef Richard Blais or Herb & Wood from Chef Brian Malarkey.

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