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Coronado Island is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the Western U.S. and covers a remote island connected to the mainland
by 10-mile long neck of land called the Silver Strand. The city became a major resort destination in 1888 with the opening of the
famous Hotel Del Coronado.
In 1969 the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge was opened, allowing much easier and quicker commutes than crossing the bay on a ferry.
Ferry Landing Marketplace
Overlooking San Diego Bay and the city skyline is a collection
of shops, restaurants and art galleries.
Encompasses the downtown Coronado area west towards the Hotel Del Coronado.
It is a dense concentration of restaurants, hotels, shops and entertainment venues.
North Island NAS California
US Naval base on northern half of Coronado Island, home to air units and homeport for big aircraft carriers.
Coronado Cays California
Love floats along when you take a gondola ride thru the Coronado Cays Canals. Take a romantic one-hour guided tour in a genuine 36-foot-long Venice Gondola.
Providing quality entertainment with a combination of delightful classic comedies, dramas,
and mysteries, dazzling musicals, colorful FREE Shakespeare, and exciting original works by local authors.
Lambs Players Theater
340-seat theater serves as home to a year-round performing season for the highly acclaimed Lamb's Players theatrical group.
Lambs Players Festival of Christmas - A Coronado Yuletide Tradition that is different every year.
Imperial Beach Sandcastle Competition [JULY]
The largest sandcastle building competition in the US is held in late July. This weekend festival includes
a street festival, parade, live music and entertainment. All events are free to the public, except for the Sandcastle Ball.
Master and amateur sand carving teams from throughout the U.S. and Canada competed for more than $21,000 in cash prizes.
Border Field State Park
Tijuana River Refuge
Historic beach front site contains much of the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve, an important wildlife habitat.
The salt and freshwater marshes give refuge to migrating waterfowl and resident wading birds, such as black-necked stilt, avocet, teal,
American widgeon and pelican. The park offers hiking, horse trails, surf fishing and birding.
Silver Strand State Beach
Following along the isthmus connecting Coronado Island to Imperial Beach with extensive beachfront facilities
on both the Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay. Combined with the area’s mild climate, the beaches make Silver Strand
one of the area’s finest recreation destinations. Camping, fishing, swimming, surfing, boating, water-skiing, volleyball, and
picnicking are popular activities. Anglers can fish for perch, corbina, grunion and yellow-fin croaker.
Hotel Del Coronado Resort
1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado, CA 92118 ;
This legendary landmark graces 26 beautiful oceanfront acres on Coronado Island.
Built in 1888, this extravagant seaside vacation resort has hosted many dignataries and celebrities over the years.
Today it is still one of the most popular locations for hosting special events or private romantic getaways.
Many of the 692 guestrooms feature ocean, beach, bay or garden views with balconies and terraces.
The Hotel Del Coronado is considered to be one of the premier wedding and anniversary celebration sites in all of California.
Coronado Best Western Resort
275 Orange Avenue 275 Orange Avenue, Coronado, CA 92118 ;
Closest resort hotel to North Island Naval Air Station.
The Best Western Resort Hotel welcomes you to visit miles of white sandy beaches, marinas, bicycle trails, public parks and the nation's most ideal climate.
Military, business and family travelers alike will relish the central location, outstanding service, and unbeatable prices.
Choose from our tradition of graciousness, in beautifully designed guest rooms and suites.
Loews Coronado Bay Resort
4000 Coronado Bay Road, Coronado, CA 92118 ;
Located south of the famous Silver Strand on a private 15-acre peninsula in the romantic Coronado Cays area.
This vacation resort features 440 waterfront guestrooms with view to either the San Diego Bay and Pacific Ocean.
Many first-class recreation amenities are available including three swimming pools, modern health club, watesports, tennis courts and much more.
Coronado Island Marriott Resort
2000 Second Street, Coronado, CA 92118 ;
This sixteen acre bayfront vacation paradise is an exotic island retreat located on the San Diego Bay near the bay bridge and downtown Coronado.
Water taxi ferry service makes for a fun, easy trip to downtown San Diego. Hotel services includes banquet facilities and watersports equipment.
This non-smoking hotel features great amenities such as abundant recreation, including a full-service spa, three heated outdoor pools, and tennis courts.
Glorietta Bay Inn
1630 Glorietta Blvd, Coronado, CA 92118 ;
San Diego's scenic Glorietta Bay is the backdrop to this historic 1908 Coronado Island landmark, Glorietta Bay Inn.
The restored hotel combines old-world charm with contemporary comfort.
Built in 1908 as the home of 'Sugar Baron' John D. Spreckels, our hotel's sun warmed lobby, sitting porches and a music room, complete with a baby grand player piano, welcome you to a by-gone era of innkeeping.