Del Mar is a very affluent beach town 20 miles north of Downtown San Diego with miles of shoreline along the Pacific Coast that make up miles and miles of spectacular sandy beaches. This community is definitely a great place to live. Whether you are looking for a home in a family-oriented community or a custom upscale oceanfront estate, this city has something for everyone’s style and taste. Homes in this great beach front community are priced from $350,000 to several million dollars Big Island restaurants.
A great way to get a scenic view of this magnificent city is by hot air balloon. As you float aimlessly in the sky at the height of approximately 6,000 feet, you’ll get the best “birds eye” view of what this area has to offer. From multi-million dollar homes, to incredible ocean views, this is one the best ways to view Del Mar.
If shopping and dining are your preferences, you have come to the right city. For instance, the Del Mar Village has an old world charm and quaintness and is only a block from the beach. This center features many upscale specialty stores, art galleries and restaurants. Another shopping hot spot is the Del Mar Plaza. It has a vast collection of fine shops, numerous restaurants and a variety of services all set in the style of a European marketplace. There is even ocean view dining from many of the resturants.
Besides the luxury homes and the incredible beaches, this great city is known for its famous race track which calls its home the Del Mar Fairgrounds. During the summer months of July, August and September each year, you’ll see some of the best horse racing in the world.
Another family adventure is the San Diego County Fair held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. This county fair brings in millions of people from all over the county and California each year. With concerts and entertainment throughout this month-long season, it’s always a proven fact the San Diego County Fair in Del Mar is a popular venue.
Like many other San Diego beaches, Del Mar boasts its own “Dog Beach.” Nine months of the year dogs are allowed along the entire two mile stretch of beach. The most popular location for owners to bring their dogs is the North Beach area. This beach is located north of 29th Street and stretches nearly one half mile to the border of Solana Beach.
Whether you are a resident or a visitor, you’ll find it a very versatile city. Relaxing on the beach, walking, dining, shopping, whatever you choose to do, there are numerous activities for you and your family.