La Jolla was one of the first neighborhoods of San Diego to be settled, and after seeing the spectacular coastlines and dramatic views, you will see why. With water on three sides, La Jolla offers great beaches, eloquent dining, superb shopping, an array activities, natural wildlife, and other fun water activities including scuba diving, snorkeling, and kayaking.
A unique part of La Jolla are the sea lions sunning on the sand, and a protected marine sanctuary in La Jolla Cove. It is not uncommon to see dolphins frolicking in the water, and even California gray whales heading south in the winter.
La Jolla is also home to Torrey Pines Golf Course, famous hiking trails, Scripps Park, LJ Museum of Contemporary Art, Stephen Birch Aquarium, hang gliding, tennis resorts, and several of San Diego’s most beautiful churches.
The neighborhoods of La Jolla are cute and quaint, and property in La Jolla has become some of the most prized real estate in the nation.