Solana Beach first came to be as a farming community
With magnificent bluffs rising above Pacific Ocean, this enchanting, 1.7 mile coastal community of Solana beach is snuggled in between Del Mar to the south and Cardiff by the Sea to the North, in northern San Diego County.
Solano Beach may be accessed from the 101 or from Interstate-5 with Lomas Santa Fe Drive being the main exit off the freeway.
Residents and visitors enjoy the great weather year-round and not to mention the relaxed, laid-back atmosphere.
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Price facts: The lowest priced detached home is currently listed at $749,000 (4 bed/ 2 bath) and the lowest priced attached home is currently listed at $335,000 (1 bed/ 1 bath), as of February 11, 2013.
Whether it be going for a swim or surf, or checking out the Tide pools at Tide Beach Park, maybe a run or bike ride along the beach, or shopping, there’s definitely something for everyone!
Beaches are open from 6AM to 10PM 24/7 and no smoking is allowed. You can access the beach from Fletcher Cove or Seascape Shores.
Shopping on Cedros Avenue is an adventure boasting an eclectic assortment of shops ranging from home decor, to fashion, to art, and more…
Cedros Avenue is knick named ‘The Avenue of Everything. Cedros also offers some nightlife fun with live music. My favorite place to see live music in Solana Beach is The Belly Up.
Additionally, the Solana Beach Farmers Market every Sunday from 1 :00 to 5:00 pm. Have kids? Click here to visit the Solana Beach School District!
Solana Beach holds an annual festival, Fiesta Del Sol which is a family and community event featuring awesome live music, an arts & crafts fair, children’s activities, an international food court, and a beer & wine garden. The festivities are provided by the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Belly Up and the City of Solana Beach.
If you would like more information about Solana Beach, contact Ashley today! 858.414.8594