“Enjoy a guided cycling tour of San Diego’s Coastline.”
Hop on your bike and get ready to pedal through San Diego’s most scenic areas with the San Diego Biking Tour! San Diego’s year round perfect climate will have you soaking in the warmth of the sun as you take in some of San Diego’s most beautiful sites!
Photo by matthew.hickey on flickr
Your first option of biking tours is the La Jolla Biking Tour. Here you’ll start off at Mt. Soledad, an 822 foot “hill” that will provide you with the most stunning 360 degree view of San Diego. Perched atop La Jolla’s cliffs, you will begin your magnificent descent towards the Pacific Beach. Along your sensational adventure tour, you’ll cruise down Crystal Pier, which extends the beautiful sightseeing of the Pacific Beach. Keep on pedaling down Pacific Beach’s Boardwalk, and continue your San Diego Bike Tour along the bay walk on Mission Bay. Finally you’ve reached the majestic coastline and quaint town of La Jolla! Pedal on over to the Children’s Pool for a close encounter with the harbor seals! Finish your cycling adventure tour with La Jolla Cove, Clam’s Cave, and Sunny Jim’s Cave.
If you’re in for more of a coastal tour, embark on The Coronado Bike Tour! This San Diego Bike Tour departs from the Ferry Landing on the east side of the island. Get ready to cruise down the coast and admire the historic Coronado Bridge as you tour south state highway 75. First, stop and admire the grand Hotel Del Coronado! On your cycling route you’ll also come across the North Island Naval Air Station. Cruise along the sparkling sands of Silver Strand Beach on your way back to the Ferry Landing. Take in the sites on this biking tour as you cross through the Embarcadero, Sea Port Village, the Maritime, and the famous USS Midway!
Either one of these San Diego Biking Tours will have your hearts racing and your feet pedaling for more of the beautiful coastline of San Diego. This San Diego Biking Tour is a great way to get out and spend the day taking in the stunning scenery of San Diego.
“Hotel Del Coronado” Photo by jlantzy on flickr