Find Seclusion without Giving up Convenience in a Coronado Vacation Rental
While Coronado is not technically an island, this San Diego area city offers the same secluded, charming atmosphere you might only expect to find on a hidden piece of paradise.
Connected to the mainland by the thin Silver Strand and separated from downtown San Diego by the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge, Coronado can be your own little retreat away from the action and hectic pace that swarms around San Diego. Creating an “island” getaway near the heart of the city has actually never been easier with the various Coronado California rentals located near the shore.
When you stay near the water’s edge in a Coronado vacation rental, every glance out the window offers you a day of swimming, sunbathing, surfing, sailing, and body boarding off of Coronado Beach’s sandy expanse. The mere sight is bound to rest and relax every bone in your body, while the various San Diego attractions lurk in the background to entertain and delight your entire family should you need a break from all the water sports.
Even if you want a little excitement away from the ocean’s waves, the wide range of nearby Coronado parks are an excellent alternative to the sandy beaches. Hiking or biking in Centennial Park will provide you with the most dramatic views of San Diego, while riding along the pathway out of Tidelands Park will lead you all the way to picturesque Imperial Beach if you are looking for an entire day’s excursion.
Beyond the basic outdoor attractions, Coronado has plenty of other ways to fill up your day. You can shop and dine in the upscale areas near Orange and Pomona Avenues and then catch a sunset with drinks at the Hotel Del Coronado. Nearby Point Loma and San Diego also have plenty of other must-sees a short drive away from your vacation rental, so be sure to spend a day or two exploring the surrounding area.