Things to see and do - Coronado
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Situated on a peninsula across the bay from downtown San Diego, this pretty enclave seems sheltered from the urban center a half a mile away. For years the town could only be reached by ferry or a spit connecting it to the bay’s southern end. Coronado became more accessible in 1969 with the opening of the 11,179ft San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge.
Tourist attractions Coronado : Things to see and do
1500 Orange Avenue USA - Coronado, CA 92118
California's last surviving Victorian-era seaside resort, this landmark structure of white wood and red shingles, sweeping balconies and graceful spires, rises beside Coronado's southern shore. Financed by Coronado founders Elisha Babcock Jr. and his..
1315 Orange Avenue USA - San Diego CA 92118
Prix Prices from : 235 $
This Coronado Island inn is just 1 block from the the white sand beaches of the Pacific Ocean. It features an outdoor pool with a sun deck and offers an iPod docking station in every room. Free WiFi and cable TV are included in the bright, contempor..
1500 Orange Avenue USA - San Diego CA 92118
Prix Prices from : 319 $
This historic hotel is ideally situated along California's Pacific coastline and boasts luxurious accommodations, first-class amenities and exceptional service, in a charming Victorian-style atmosphere. Originally built in 1888, the Hotel del Corona..
1415 Orange Avenue USA - San Diego CA 92118
This 3-star resort on Coronado Island is 2 miles from Naval Air Station North Island Navy Port. The island resort features a rooftop sun deck and apartments with kitchenettes. Apartments at Coronado Beach Resort come equipped with modern electronics..