Introduction To La Jolla

La Jolla California, is a seaside resort community of

around 25,000. Spanish for “the gem”, it’s frequently

times described as “gem by the sea”. La Jolla

borders the Pacific Ocean to the south and extends

north to Torrey Pines State Reserve and Del Mar,


Along the way, La Jolla includes neighborhoods

like Bird Rock, Windansea, La Jolla Shores, La Jolla

Farms, Torrey Pines, Mount Soledad, and even La Jolla


Citizens of La Jolla and company owner describe

the” village” or “town” of La Jolla. The authorities
postal address for the postal code 92037 is in fact La

Jolla, and not San Diego as it is for the majority of
communities within the City of San Diego. Often,

tourists get puzzled and think that La Jolla is

really a seperate city, which it isn’t.

La Jolla is a community of the City of San Diego.

La Jolla has several community groups that work to

unify the voice of the location, including a number of non

earnings companies.

With it’s palm lined streets, large houses, and

tropical environment and environment, La Jolla resembles

a southern European town with it’s own touch of

Beverly Hills along the retail shops on Prospect

Street. A great deal of the natural beauty from La Jolla

comes from the presence of the ocean and Mount

Numerous narrow curvy roads follow the contours of

Soledad with hundreds of nice houses ignoring the

ocean, nestled gently on the slopes. There are

several sandy beaches here also, including the

Windansea Beach, La Jolla Cove, La Jolla Beach,

and La Jolla Shores.

La Jolla also has the Torrey Pines Golf Course,

which was made well-known by the PGA Tour Buick

Invitational held there each February. Down the

steep cliffs frm the golf course is the famous

Black’s Beach.

The downtown area of La Jolla is popular for
it’s precious jewelry shops, upmarket restaurants, and

even hotels. Prospect Street and Girad Opportunity

likewise use several popular boutiques. Well known

for its architectural and historic existence is

the La Valencia Hotel, which used to invite motion picture

stars on retreat from Hollywood.

Just recently, harbor seals have actually taken over the Kid’s

Beach, which is a peaceful male made cove near the

downtown location. The seals are protected under

federal law, so removing them is nearly difficult.

Now, the beach is open, as the rope is down.

Swimming here is allowed, although it’s not


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