This charming seaside village is situated along the peninsula between the San Diego Bay on the east and the Pacific Ocean and Ocean Beach on the west. The community was once dominated by very large fishing families whose livelihoods were fishing commercial tuna, as well as many military, many of whom work “Liberty Station, SPAWAR, NOSC”.
This metropolitan area is incredibly desirable for its close proximity: just minutes to the San Diego International Airport (formerly known as Lindbergh Field), downtown, Old Town, Bankers Hill, Little Italy, and of course, the local attractions of Sea World, San Diego Zoo, Seaport Village, and the new Liberty Station.
The exclusive community is home to many who love living in homes with panoramic views of the bay, Coronado, and the spectacular skyline. The real estate make up is vast from smaller, quaint Spanish style homes to the very large, expansive mansions.
Enjoy all that Point Loma has to offer: many areas of which are known to locals such as quiet walking trails along the bay to Kellogg Beach, or to Shelter Island that hosts several concerts in the charming outdoor theater. Local surf spots include “Garbage, Luscomb’s, New Break”. Enjoy deep sea fishing, whale watching, a short walk along the docks where you can grab a quick bite at Point Loma Seafoods, dine at Liberty Station, or have a great margarita at The Brigantine. The Cabrillo National Monument is a tourist attraction that features a museum, lighthouse, and some fun tide pools to explore. For those seeking to continue an education, graduate at the renowned Point Loma Nazarene University, with no better location with views and just steps to the Pacific Ocean.