Point Loma

Welcome to Point Loma

Alongside Coronado and the Silver Strand, the Point Loma peninsula defines the San Diego Bay, protecting the downtown area from the Pacific’s waves. It’s a hilly and somewhat rugged stretch of land with a divided personality: In the north lies the residential and commercial zones while the south is a protected park and military land. Visitors come for the hiking, surfing, and sunsets, then stay for the laid-back lifestyle. Even though “the Point” is geographically close to the bustle of downtown, it possesses such a surprisingly different sort of atmosphere—like that of a suburban seaside village.

Key Details

  • WHAT TO EXPECT

    Though just minutes away from downtown, this laid-back beach community feels truly suburban.

  • THE LIFESTYLE

    Hiking, boating, surfing, and sunsets galore, plus easy access to the airport and downtown.

  • UNEXPECTED APPEAL

    Bustling Liberty Public Market, an ambitious food emporium in trendy Liberty Station.

  • THE MARKET

    Several distinct neighborhoods comprised of mostly single-family homes—many with breathtaking ocean and bay views.

  • YOU’LL FALL IN LOVE WITH

    The ruggedly beautiful southwestern point of Point Loma, home to the Cabrillo National Monument.

Point Loma

Attributes

  • Hiking
  • Boating
  • Beaches
  • Shopping
  • Seafood
  • Restaurants
  • Historic
  • Tourist Friendly
  • Marina
  • Harbor
  • National Park
  • Military

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