May 27, 2016
Where: Situated along the crescent of San Diego Bay just across from San Diego's downtown district in the southwest of California in San Diego County.
What: This seaside resort city is like an island although it's still connected to the rest of California via a sandy causeway known as the Silver Strand that stretches for around seven miles. Coronado Beach has always been known as one of the best on the west coast with numerous festivals, restaurants and attractions, particularly along Orange Avenue, offering a great deal of choice after a good day spent skimming sand dollars or braving the surf.
Highlights: Coronado is extremely welcoming to families visiting California and provides an island ambience even though you're still connected to the mainland. Bike hire gives visitors an ideal means of getting around with water taxis and regular ferries offering excellent alternatives if getting on or off Coronado, especially when compared to the often busy bridge from San Diego. There's loads of artisan workshops and galleries down by Ferry Landing with the Hotel Del Coronado and the Babcock and Story Inn offering a fine array of craft beer and old school charm along with those scintillating views over the Pacific.
Further reading: Coronado beach holidays
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