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Spring Activities to Enjoy in La Jolla

Spring has arrived! You’ve trudged through winter dutifully, you’ve checked off all the chores on your spring cleaning list, it’s time for a spring vacation! Come to beautiful California and soak up the sun at one of our comfortable La Jolla vacation rental homes. With great weather and low crowds, this is the perfect time to visit and enjoy all the area has to offer! Whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple, with the family or in a group, we can’t wait to show you all we have to do in La Jolla in the springtime.

Soak in the Sun

Known for its fabulous beaches, La Jolla is one of the most popular destinations in California for those seeking sandy shores. Besides miles for sun soaking, we have great tide pooling, shelling, and snorkeling opportunities. For another water-based experience of a lifetime, take a guided kayak tour of the Seven Caves off the coastal cliffs of La Jolla! Or to really ramp up the adrenaline, try out paragliding or hang gliding – these extreme sports won’t leave you disappointed if you’re on the hunt for adventure! Torrey Pines Gliderport has some of the most experienced tandem instructors, so you’ll always be safe as you glide along, taking in the panoramic coastal views.

Stay Outdoors

With our fabulous springtime weather, you might find it hard to ever go inside, but thankfully, La Jolla offers an endless supply of things to keep you busy out of doors, even if you’re not quite ready to jump into a surf lesson. Take a yoga class right on the beach, rent a bike and hop on one of our many local trails, or enjoy lunch outside! La Jolla features some great secret picnic spots as well as many restaurants with patio seating and delicious meals. If you’re in town for Easter weekend, don’t miss the Cinnamon Brioche French Toast at The Shores’ Cali-fresh Easter buffet. At the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, you can visit one of the wildest stretches of land along the California coast and imagine what the area might have looked like to the first explorers to find the land. Just keep in mind that this is an area targeted for conservation and has more restrictions than a state or city park, so please be prepared to respect the needs of nature!

If you’re ready to get your trip to La Jolla on the books, call or go online to see the best vacation rental homes we have to offer! We can’t wait to have you here!