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Where to Watch Sunsets in San Diego

About 10 month(s) ago by Pacific Terrace Hotel

 (Photo: Visit California)

Take in a Wondrous West Coast Sight

There’s a reason San Diego sits at the top of “Best of” lists and Instagram feeds. Our legendary, incandescent sunsets are a nearly nightly occurrence, setting the stage for dramatic moments, perfect backgrounds, and intimate moments of reflection. Find your ideal vantage point, and don’t forget your camera!

Coronado Landing

A pilgrimage point for visitors all over the world, this resplendent promenade is as good as it gets when it comes to angles: No matter where you are, no matter how big the crowds, your view of the sky will be incredible. Afterwards, grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants while flipping through your pics, and plan your next adventure.

Scripps Pier La Jolla

A more remote locale for those who like a little more seclusion, Scripps Pier offers breathtaking tranquility, and more than a few chances to spot San Diego native species. Enjoy some birdwatching in the time leading up to sundown, and, if you get there long before, check out the Birch Aquarium at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography.


Crystal Pier Pacific Beach

For a romantic stroll, just outside the Pacific Terrace Hotel, head down the picturesque boardwalk to Crystal Pier, known for its amazing sunsets.


Poolside at Pacific Terrace

We can’t help but brag: You don’t even need to leave the comfort of your poolside chaise lounge or our bubbling oceanfront hot tub to see the full picture of a San Diego Pacific Ocean sunset. Raise a glass to another evening in paradise, and soak in the last rays of the day.

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