2011-09-21 WedSan Diego sits across from the Pacific Ocean, which makes San Diego have a long shoreline. Thus visitors are attracted to San Diego all the year round for the picturesque beaches. But insiders know that San Diego still have other fantastic places to go besides the beaches, such as the Farmers markets and several unique parks.
This article will help the visitors to have a different travel experience in San Diego. Please follow the article and explore the fabulous places.
1. Farmers Markets
Farmers Markets is really a good place for a visit if you have plenty of time. The weather in San Diego is warm all the year round, so visitors are able to see the numerous Farmers Markets through the year. The roam aisles are installed in Farmers Markets, and are decorated with flowers and fruitful products. Visitors must be amazed by the fun of wandering in Farmers Markets, and you can pick out your favorite and fresh products.
2. Glorietta Bay Park
Glorietta Bay Park is located on Coronado Island, which is a 2-acre park consisting of a playground and a small beach. Glorietta Bay Park doesn’t have too many people as other parks in San Diego, so you will have much more leisure there. Not far from the Glorietta Bay Park, there is a marketplace where you can explore or take a walk. You can also a take a walk along the 3 miles boardwalk with your friends or family.
5. Torrey Pines State Park
Torrey Pines State Park is famed for its sandstone cliffs that attracts numerous visitors all the year round. These sandstone cliffs are an estimated 300 feet above the Pacific Ocean surrounds by many Torrey pine trees that are seldom seen. If you want to challenge yourself, you can take a gliding ride from the Torrey Pines Gliderport. You can start from the Torrey Pines State Park and stroll down to the Black's Beach, which is one of the America’s nude beaches. The park also offers tours start from the visitor’s center down to the Black's Beach.
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