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Introduction to Point Loma

If you are looking for an adventurous gateway from your daily chores, then Point Loma is the best destination to be this summer. It is a sea side community bordered by the Pacific Ocean along the western and southern side. The eastern side of this great peninsula is flanked by San Diego Bay and the north by San Diego River. Therefore, it goes without saying that there will be no shortage of water sport activites resports, bars, and restaurants serving mouthwatering coastal cuisines. While you are in Point Loma, a visit to the iconic “Old Point Loma Lighthouse” is a must, which also has a well laid out snacks bar for visitors to enjoy while they soak in the 360 degree ocean and city views. The lighthouse finds its way to the “National Register of historical places”, along with four other places, like Naval Training center, Cabrillo National Monument, Rosecroft, and Marine Corps Recruit Depot.

Some of the better known restaurants and shops, in and around Point Loma Village are as follows:

Point Loma Village Florist

Most part of Point Loma consists of individual houses and many have taken the opportunity to open home shops. These shops sell everything, from local crafts to grocery essentials. There are several distinct neighborhoods to Point Loma, but the commercial and the retail hub is popularly known as Point Loma Village.  It is a beautiful place, where the streets are lined with Jacaranda trees and merchandizes to allure customers. The Point Loma Village Florist is a perfect example of a highly rated floral boutique, which is located on Canon Street & Roscrans. They can customize your flower purchase to suite the mood and occasion, with an extensive range of flower variety and design.

Point Loma Seafoods


Harbor Town Pub


Kona Kai Resort & Spa


Old Venice Restaurant


 The Wine Pub




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