Each of California’s famous cities seem to have their own unique feel. Travelers who are looking for an area that mixes beach living with a little excitement may want to book a trip to Del Mar, California.
Located approximately 20 minutes north of downtown San Diego, Del Mar offers fun activities for people of all ages.
Ocean lovers will want to break out their boards when they get a glimpse of California’s world-famous surf. Shoppers will want to make sure their credit card debt is paid off before hitting more than 60 stores in the city’s downtown village, which sell everything from high-end apparel to specialty items. Those looking for a little excitement while on vacation will want to purchase tickets to the Del Mar Racetrack and take in the heart-pounding action of horse racing.
This attraction can be found on the Del Mar Fairgrounds, a 370-acre property that is also the home of the San Diego County Fair. As fans of Del Mar horse racing are no doubt aware, the races that take place on the one mile track are run counter-clockwise.
If the kids are in tow on this vacation, then a trip to Legoland California might be in order. Not too far away, in nearby Carlsbad, this building block-themed amusement park offers more than 60 rides, shows and attractions.
After a long day of fun in the sun, tourists will want to unwind in a pleasant space. Luckily, there are plenty of Del Mar California vacation rentals to choose from in the city. For instance, visitors might want to relax at the resort known as Villa L’Auberge. Here, guests stay in one bedroom condos that are located in the heart of Del Mar’s historic village.
Or, guests could stay at the Stratford Inn of Del Mar, where they can choose from several room options, such as a boutique king, poolside two queens or deluxe studio suites.
If travelers have come to Del Mar in search of beach rentals with a view to remember, then maybe they should look into staying at the Del Mar Motel on the Beach. Guests will want to book a king bed-full oceanview room to feel that sea breeze and take in the sight of the Pacific Ocean like never before.