Get ready for some refreshing fun, whether it’s in the bay or along the coast of San Diego, or in the calm Carlsbad Lagoon in North County San Diego.
San Diego and surf go hand in hand, for good reason. The ocean belt that kisses San Diego Land boasts some great surfing spots, with the top being Black’s Beach in San Diego, Ocean Beach by the pier, Tourmaline Beach in Pacific Beach, Windansea Beach in La Jolla, Swami in Encinitas and Tamarack Beach in Carlsbad.
Beginners should head to La Jolla – both the La Jolla coastline and the area just north of the La Jolla pier are good spots with softer waves to practice standing on your table while starting to rest. .
Surfing by the little cousin, boarding boogie (also known as
boarding boogie) is an interesting option for those who can’t stand up on a
surfboard (ahem, the company now includes). Boarding the body uses a stout
board that is usually about three feet long. Instead of standing on it, the
resident placed himself on the table with his feet dragging behind him to surf.
My favorite places to board the plane are Moonlight Beach in Encinitas and Carlsbad beaches just north of Tamarack (leaving Tamarack beach really for surfers – those waves can be intense) and the beach.
That’s right, you don’t just have to surf in the ocean in San Diego. Thanks to WaveRider at the famous Belmont Park Wave House restaurant and bar in Mission Beach, you can ride a wave – and a big wave there.
The Wave has a covered sand bar floor, which just adds to the fun. Even if you don’t want to actually ride the wave simulator, it’s still fun to watch while sipping a local cocktail or craft beer.
The ocean is not just surfing and windsurfing; You can also swim in it. Also obviously, you might be thinking; However, the waves of the Pacific coast make it a bit difficult to do so.
So if you want to practice your freedom journey (or butterflies if you’re really ambitious), head to La Jolla Cove, where the water is a bit calm – just make sure you’re in the cove area and Don’t stray too close to the rocky coast to its north and south.