Salk Institute for Biological Studies -
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is an independent, non-profit, scientific research institute located in the La Jolla community in San Diego, California. It was founded in 1960 by Jonas Salk, the developer of the polio vaccine; among the founding consultants were Jacob Bronowski and Francis Crick.
Stuart Collection -
The Stuart Collection is a collection of public art on the campus of the University of California San Diego. Founded in 1981, the Stuart Collection's goal is to spread commissioned sculpture throughout the campus, including both traditional sculptures and site-specific works integrating with features of the campus such as landscaping and buildings.
Torrey Pines State Beach -
Sandy swim & surf spot with picnic area.
Children's Pool La Jolla -
Small beach with harbor seals as well as small shops for souvenirs.
Kellogg Park -
Grassy oceanfront park with a playground.
La Jolla Open Aire Farmers Market -
Weekly market with local produce & art.
Scripps Coastal Reserve -
Scripps Coastal Reserve is a 126-acre University of California Natural Reserve System reserve located west of UC San Diego in the La Jolla Farms area of La Jolla, California. Administered by UC San Diego, the site is owned by the University of California and managed for teaching and research. The reserve includes an 80-acre underwater and shoreline reserve and a 46-acre aboveground knoll. The underwater reserve comprises coastal areas that are now part of the San Diego-Scripps State Marine Conservation Area.
Marine Street Beach -
Marine Street Beach is a public beach located in the community of La Jolla in San Diego, California, on the Pacific Ocean. It sits at the western terminus of Marine Street, with Children's Pool Beach to the north and Windansea Beach to the south.
Windansea Beach -
Rocky & sandy beach & surf spot that is more of a "locals only" secluded spot to relax and enjoy big swells that crash close to shore.