Boasting a unique casual elegance that doesn’t completely lose the West Coast excitement, La Jolla is one of the many jewels of San Diego. The community is just across the Mission Channel from Mission Beach, and only minutes away from Pacific Beach. The community itself is somewhat more calm than its neighbors, making it the perfect place to go out bustling during the day and return home to relax at night—or the other way around, if you prefer! We offer a variety of La Jolla vacation rentals, including cottages. So, browse through our La Jolla beach rentals, and find the perfect houses for rent in San Diego CA for your vacation today!
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Amenities in Our La Jolla Beach Rentals
Like all of our properties, our La Jolla beach rentals are equipped with top-quality amenities—many of which you’d never find in a hotel. Flat screen TVs and wide, comfortable couches come standard of course, and the beds are of a higher caliber to ensure a good night’s rest. The kitchens are stocked with everything you need to maintain your routine—whether that involves toast, coffee, tea, or wine, you’ll find the appliances and dishes you need. Check the individual properties below to learn more. While everything above comes standard, you’ll also find properties with marble fireplaces, ceiling fans, and more.
Why La Jolla?
La Jolla embraces all the best qualities of San Diego—great beaches and fantastic weather—while offering plenty of its own. The beach remains a premier attraction, giving residents and tourists staying in our La Jolla beach rentals quick access to swimming, surfing, boogie-boarding, and even scuba diving. La Jolla is also home to some of the most calming day trips. The Torrey Pines Golf Course, home of the 2008 U.S. Open, is a popular trip for golf enthusiasts. The Museum of Contemporary Art is always bringing in new exhibits and makes a great trip each time you come out to visit. The La Jolla Symphony is another long-standing cultural landmark, with a long history of premiering new music.
Plus of course, you’re in San Diego, meaning quick access to tourist destinations so popular, they hardly need explanation: The San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, and Belmont Park (the “Coney Island of the West”). What’s not to like?
Top San Diego Attractions to Visit on Your Vacation
Home to the renowned San Diego Zoo, this 1,200-acre park is the city’s cultural hub. Located in downtown San Diego (about two miles north of the city center), Balboa Park is a great place for a stroll, bike ride or picnic. Wander around the park’s many gardens while admiring the intricate Spanish-Renaissance architecture that permeates the grounds (the best examples are the California Building and the House of Hospitality).
The Botanical Building is a great starting point in Balboa Park. The building is one of the most photographed places in Balboa Park and is one of the largest lath structures in the world. But don’t just look at it: The famous botanical building features more than 2,100 permanent plants, including striking collections of tropical plants and orchids. The park also features a cactus garden, rose garden, and Japanese-style garden, as well as a palm tree canyon, among many other attractions.
Torrey Pines Reserve
Want to see what San Diego looked like at its founding? It’s at the Torrey Pines State Reserve. This oceanfront reserve features 1,750 acres of unspoiled land, protecting the unique topography and various types of flora present from way back when, including the Torrey pine, America’s rarest pine tree. There are 3,000 Torrey Pines in the reserve alone, and aside from San Diego, the only other place in the country the pines grow is on Santa Rosa Island off the coast of Santa Barbara.
The reserve also houses one of Southern California’s last salt marshes and waterfowl refuges. What does that mean for you? Plenty of hiking opportunities—eight miles to be exact! Trails offer a chance to get up close and personal with the attraction’s famously beautiful sandstone ravines and badlands, as well as breathtaking views of the coastline. And if you come during the spring, you’ll see wildflowers on full display.
The Gaslamp Quarter’s 16 blocks are peppered with Victorian-style buildings that now house a variety of shops, art galleries, theatres, and trendy restaurants, not to mention plenty of bars and clubs. The area stretches from L Street all the way up to Broadway, including Sixth, Fifth and Fourth Avenues, as well as out to First Avenue at G Street. The best place to start your tour of the Gaslamp Quarter is the Horton Plaza outdoor shopping center, situated at First and G Street. From there, you can explore the neighborhood’s side streets that will eventually lead you to the main avenues. Or you can start at the Gaslamp Quarter Gate itself, located at L Street and Fifth Avenue. Fifth Avenue is considered downtown San Diego’s main thoroughfare. You’ll find the most action here, especially at night.
We want you to have a relaxing and rejuvenating vacation. That’s why we’ll make sure everything regarding our La Jolla beach rentals, from cleaning to maintenance, is taken care of so you don’t need to lift a finger. Call us at 858-598-3137 or chat with us online using the tab in the lower right of your browser window if you have any questions about availability, booking, staying, or anything else. We’re proud to offer a supreme vacation experience, so we hope you’ll choose our La Jolla vacation rentals for your stay!