Spending Winter Break in San Diego

December 28, 2018
things to do in san diego during winter

Are you looking for ways to enjoy your winter break? Consider heading to the point loma hiking trails or check out these things to do in San Diego during winter.


Head to the beach

Known as “The Crown City”, Coronado beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in all of San Diego county that is not only family friendly due to the smaller waves, it’s also perfect for a romantic getaway as it has a beautiful backdrop of beach houses and the iconic Hotel del Coronado. You can also consider going whale watching as whales can be seen from December through April. There are a number of different companies offering whale watching and some of them will even let you go again for free if you don’t see a whale the first time!


Holiday Shopping

Even if Christmas is over, it doesn’t mean that you still can’t get great deals. The Seaport Village is a great spot to hang out and explore the over 50 one of a kind shops and take in the beautiful views as you walk along the waterfront. You might also catch live entertainment or an event that often takes place at this location.


Grab a Hot Coffee

Whether you want some small bites like avocado toast or just a pastry to go along with you coffee, there’s something for everyone at Butter Buzz. Also, the coffee is amazing. Over at Bing Haus, not only will get quality coffee, you can also enjoy delicious rolled ice cream with flavors such as cookies and cream, coffee, thai tea, and monthly rotating flavors! Steady State Roasting is an award winning small batch roastery serving up specialty coffee. Try the space traveler, featuring notes of blueberry and chocolate in this bright blend from Guatemala.


Take a Hike at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve Park

What better way to relax from after finals then by heading into nature for a peaceful walk? Torrey Pines Natural Reserve is a great place to get outdoors and see beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean as the reserve is located above the beach.