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La Jolla Travel Guide  

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The Spanish meaning of La Jolla means “the jewel” and is the jewel of the America’s finest city San Diego.
It is wealthy and hilly seaside resort having a population of 42,808.
The bordering begins from the Pacific Ocean in the south and stretches along the ocean north to also include Torrey Pines State Reserve that ends at Del Mar. this is just 15 minutes from downtown San Diego having lovely beaches, culturally rich heritage, natural scenery and friendly people.
In addition to all the tourists attractions it is also known for renowned institutions like the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the Stephen Birch Aquarium & Museum, University of California etc making it an important place in terms of tourism and economy.
This is an area of lovely scenic natural beauty having a mixture of geology that includes sandy beaches and rocky shorelines giving the tourists variety of outdoor activities like mountaineering, biking etc. Also there are a number of parks and shopping areas for recreation and enjoyment.

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Overall Guide : Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego This museum is located in La Jolla has more than 3000 works for preserving, conserving and interpreting the works of arts since 1950.  It was founded in 1941 in La Jolla as the Art Center... more but in the 1950’s and 1960’s it operated as the La Jolla Art Museum and was the residence of philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps. Windansea Beach This is a beautiful beach which encompassing a historic stretch of picturesque coastline located in La Jolla and the beachfront stretches from the north of Palomar Avenue (Big Rock) till the south of Westbourne Street. Visitors can enjoy surfing here and have a relaxing time as well. La Jolla Cove This is a very small beach and is located within the walking distance from the Children’s Pool Beach and is the most beautiful beach in the Southern California. This beach is popular for swimming, scuba diving and snorkeling. Torrey Pines Golf Course A municipal public golf course owned by the city of San Diego sitting on the coastal cliffs and overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It was named after the Torrey Pine which is a rare tree growing along the local coastline in San Diego County
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