La Jolla Cove
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San Diego

Besides spectacular views of the California coastline, La Jolla Cove offers swimming and tide-pooling opportunities. (Glenn Koenig / LAT)
People and harbor seals at Children’s Pool Beach in La Jolla, Calif. Humans are not allowed on the sand during the seal pupping season. (Glenn Koenig / LAT)
A fisherman tries his luck off the coast of La Jolla, Calif. (Glenn Koenig / LAT)
Ellen Browning Scripps Park, La Jolla, Calif. (Glenn Koenig / LAT)
One of the oldest active sailing ships in the world, the Star of India anchors in San Diego Harbor. The iron-hulled cargo ship, built 1863, invites visitors to sleep aboard at certain times of the year. (Allen J. Schaben / LAT)
San Diego’s Torrey Pines Golf Course provides a spectacular setting for the swing set. (Robert Benson/ U.S. Presswire)
The Spanish Colonial structure housing the Museum of Man in San Diego’s Balboa Park dates from the Panama-California Exposition of 1915. (Don Tormey/LAT)
A movie star in its own right, the Hotel del Coronado on Coronado Island sports a signature cupola. Said to be the largest wooden structure in the United States, it has been a coastal retreat since 1888. (Don Tormey / LAT)
Petco Park is the centerpiece of San Diego’s trendy Ballpark District. (Robert Benson/U.S. Presswire)