Sunset cliffs is technically not a beach - it lies south of Ocean beach and has several beachs below. Sunset Cliffs Park (named for its fabulous sunsets) encompasses 68 acres of bluffs and walking paths high above the wide expanse of the Pacific Ocean - the rugged coastline and panoramic views attracts surfers, ocean-gazers and the sorts who simply like to view the spectacular sunsets.
The drive along Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, which begins at Adair Street and continues south to Ladera Street, offers breathtaking views and photo opportunities. If you prefer, you can walk or bike through the sunset boulevard.
There are no lifeguards at Sunset Cliffs, but portable restrooms are available and a public shower can be found at the corner of Ladera Street and Sunset Cliffs Boulevard
The park sits between Point Loma Nazarene College to the south and Adair Street to the north along Sunset Cliffs Boulevard. Take I-8 west; it turns into Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, which takes you to Sunset Cliffs Park.
Tips & Suggestions
Sunset Cliffs is a rare stretch of Southern California Coast that has retained much of its natural beauty. With Ocean Beach just to the North, Sunset Cliffs makes a wonderful weekend getaway for couples or families. The ?Inn at Sunset Cliffs? is conveniently located at the north end of the cliffs, close to downtown Ocean Beach.
Neighborhood: Ocean Beach
1253 Sunset Cliffs Blvd
(between Adair St & Osprey St)
San Diego, CA 92107