The 4 Most Romantic Spots in San Diego

torrey pines sunsetLooking to woo your current or future spouse, significant other, partner or fiancé? There’s no better place on Earth than San Diego, California. Located right on the west coast of the U.S., San Diego offers the best of both worlds – a beach town with a taste of city life. While there are plenty of quiet escapes into nature offered in San Diego, there is also an exciting nightlife and lots of activities to choose from with your beau.

 

Whether you’re on your honeymoon or looking for the perfect first date spot, San Diego has got the place for you. Check out four of the most romantic spots in San Diego.

 

  1. La Jolla Cove

 

If you’ve never seen the Pacific Coast, you must see La Jolla Cove. Even if you have seen it, La Jolla Cove is incomparable to any other beach on the California Coast. Surrounded by cliffs, this hidden gem of a cove is the perfect spot to go for a walk at sunset or sunrise with your better half.

 

Want a more hands-on experience than just a walk on the beach? La Jolla Cove has spots you can swim and dive in for a romantic beach getaway. Don’t be afraid to dive in to the clear, turquoise water.

 

  1. Balboa Park

 

Some of the best couples are made up of people with varying interests, but that can make date night hard. If you and your date have trouble agreeing on plans, look no further than Balboa Park. This 1,200-acre urban park hosts a collection of 17 museums, nature trails, performing arts venues and gardens. Go for a walk in the park, visit the San Diego Zoo, see a ballet and more, all in one location. Balboa Park has been ranked as one of the World’s Best Parks, and its beautiful architecture makes for a great backdrop, whether you’re on a first date or getting married.

 

  1. Coronado Cays

 

Coronado Cays is a waterfront neighborhood within San Diego, but its major selling point is not the fine real estate. Thanks to the Gondola Company, you and your special someone can take an authentic ride in an Italian gondola through the Coronado Cays bay. Blankets and appetizers are provided, as well as glassware to hold your favorite bottle of wine. Rides last for fifty minutes and run all evening and night. It’s the perfect way to start or end a night on the town in San Diego.

 

  1. Torrey Pines State Beach and Park

 

Enjoy eight miles of hiking trails that overlook Pacific Coast bluffs with your plus-one. Torrey Pines State Beach and Park is part of a conservation effort, so there is no shortage of natural beauty in the park. See the rare Torrey pine trees and escape the hustle and bustle of city life in this romantic getaway.

 

Whether you’re new to the area or a long-time San Diego veteran, there’s always a new adventure to be had just around the corner. Grab your sweetheart and explore one of the best, most romantic cities in America today.

 

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