Green Motion awarded the Green World Award 2023
What a win!
Most people who visit San Diego stick to the downtown area however you haven’t really seen the real San Diego unless you explore the coastal area.
San Diego has 70 miles of beautiful coastline set in a collection of beaches - each one with its own personality.
Sailing from Harbor Island
There are a number of options for sailing in San Diego. You can book an intimate sail for 2, an afternoon on the water with a group of friends or even do whale watching – seeing San Diego from a new perspective!
Catch a sunset at Windansea
Windansea is a popular location for surfers however if you are not up for surfing, the beach itself is stunning and if you stay long enough, you will be rewarded with a gorgeous sunset.
Try Tandem Hang Gliding at Torrey Pines Gliderport
Torrey Pines is lucky enough to enjoy flyable weather about 300 days out of the year. You can enjoy a flight over the beautiful Torrey Pines coastal cliffs with a bird’s eye view of the emerald Torrey Pines Golf Course, stunning mansions along the cliffs and miles of dramatic coastline.