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My wife and I had no plans for the evening and it was about an hour to sunset when we decided to visit sunset cliffs. Lots of people gathered. The smart ones had a blanket or chair to sit on. Together we all watched a...More
Lots of surfers there. You can take great sunrise and sunset pictures the view is beautiful. All the locals know how to navigate the cliffs, very dangerous if you don't know how to get down to the beach. Some trails are sketchy because that entire...More
after visiting Old Town we decided to drive to Sunset cliffs on a Sunday evening. we arrived about an hour before sunset and there was alot of people already gathering to watch the sunset. There were a few people down on the beach as well...More
Came here to watch the sunset, and I loved it. The signs say no smoking, but a bunch of people were smoking their weed anyway. I know it's legal and all, but it stinks, and takes away from the experience if you're not one to...More
as with most beach areas, parking is an issue, there are off road spots and plenty of parking on the road, but they fill up quickly, especially an hour before sunset.
There are plenty of great places to sit and wait for the sun to...More
The name speaks for itself, you have to watch the sunset here at least once when in San Diego. Do make sure that you arrive at least an hour before the sunset so you can find a good spot to do said sunset watching and...More
My husband and I had our first date here back in 1970, so we always come here with a picnic lunch to watch the surfers, smell the salt air, hear the waves crash, marvel at the sunset, and just relax. Beautiful views and great memories!...More
Great place for a date, to watch the sunset and take in the ocean breeze. We were there when there were probably another 40 people and still had plenty of space to enjoy the view and feel like we were alone.