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San Diego

Welcome to San Diego, California's second largest city.

Where blue skies keep watch on 70 miles of beaches and a gentle Mediterranean climate begs for a day of everything and nothing. Bordered by Mexico, the Pacific Ocean, the Anza-Borrego Desert and the Laguna Mountains, San Diego County's 4,200 square miles offer immense options for business and pleasure. California's heart and soul reside in San Diego. You can see it in the romantic architecture abounding in Balboa Park; in the whimsical red-roofed turrets of the Hotel del Coronado, known by locals simply as "the Del"; and in the vibrant mix of restored brownstones and handsome Victorian buildings housing pastel-tinted art galleries and jazzy restaurants in the Gaslamp Quarter.


 

Point Loma

Point Loma is a long peninsula, wrapping around the entrance to San Diego bay. A ridge is carved through the peninsula that falls and rises again over 50 feet, sloping to the water... (Learn more about Point Loma)


 

La Jolla

With its dramatic coastline and spectacular views, it's no surprise that La Jolla was one of the first San Diego neighborhoods to be settled, and has since become some of the most prized real estate... (Learn more about La Jolla)


 

Ocean Beach

Ocean Beach is a liberal community, often considered by some to be one of the last "authentic" town in the area. While rising rent and encroaching businesses have threatened this image... (Learn more about Ocean Beach)


 

La Mesa

La Mesa lies directly to the east of the City of San Diego, 15 miles from downtown San Diego. It’s placement among the mountains makes climate here ideal, with just enough ocean breeze to sooth the desert heat... (Learn more about La Messa)



Mission Hills

Just north of downtown and overlooking Old Town and the harbor is Mission Hills, one of the oldest residential areas... (Learn more about Mission Hills) 


 

Coronado Island

Coronado, also sometimes called the crown city or the tent city, is a wealthy city separated from downtown San Diego by San Diego Bay Bridge or a short ferry ride... (Learn more about Coronado Island)


 

San Diego's communities are all unique and offer much to those willing to explore them, ask us about specific communities you may be interested in.

  • Point Loma
  • Ocean Beach
  • South Park
  • Hillcrest
  • Mission Valley
  • Pacific Beach
  • El Cajon
  • Spring Valley
  • Bonita
  • Downtown
  • North Park
  • Mission Hills
  • Clairmont
  • La Jolla
  • Lemon Grove
  • Alpine
  • National City
  • Golden Hills
  • Kensington
  • La Mesa
  • Mission Beach
  • Del Mar
  • Santee
  • Chula Vista
  • Grossmont

And everywhere in between.