As one of the most desirable coastal communities San Diego has to offer just 20 minutes from Downtown, Del Mar delights the senses with its breath-taking views, high-end cultural rituals, and white sand beaches. Founded in the summer of 1885, Del Mar quickly became one of San Diego’s most treasured communities. Filled with traditions, families, and beautiful scenery, Del Mar simply is a paradise.

Biking and walking are the typical modes of transportation when roaming around this coastal town. One of the most famous destinations is Del Mar’s Dog Beach, where locals can bring their furry companions to frolic in the waves. At night the city boasts many fine dining restaurants in Old Town Del Mar where the rich and famous come to experience all this high-end seaside resort has to offer.

Other unique opportunities to explore are Scripps Bluff Preserve and the newly restored San Dieguito River Lagoon. Both spots are located at the northern end of Del Mar and offer extraordinary views of the San Diego coastline, native plants, shorebirds, and other wildlife.

One of Del Mar’s biggest summer traditions is the horse races at the famous Del Mar Racetrack that kick off every July. A tradition that started in 1937, Del Mar has attracted people from all over the world to take part in their historic horse racing tradition.

Enjoy the stunning beaches, the elegant culture, or the rich traditions that Del Mar has to offer and you will not leave disappointed.

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Del Mar    |   La Jolla   |   Point Loma   |   Pacific Beach   |   Mission Hills   |   Hillcrest   |   South Park   |   North Park   |   Downtown   |   North County Coastal