It is difficult to find a bad place in San Diego to watch the sunset. This city has a well-deserved reputation for providing some of the most amazing sunsets in California.
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Summer sunsets in San Diego are known for their photogenic pink and purple shades but it is said that the most beautiful San Diego sunsets take place in the fall and winter months. Here are the best places to see San Diego sunsets.
This 125-year-old pier is nearly 2,000 feet long which makes it one of the longest piers on the West Coast of the United States. This San Diego icon is home to both fishermen and surfers who can provide a nice silhouette in a sunset photo.
Head to Ocean Beach Pier if you’d like to get some surfers in the foreground of your San Diego sunsets photos. This pier also often features street performers and musicians to keep you entertained.
Ocean Beach Pier
Crystal Pier was originally built in the 1920s. Today it is home to a hotel, picturesque white cottages, some lovely shops and great sunset vistas. The pier links Pacific Beach and Mission Beach.
Pacific Beach – Crystal Pier
With a name like Sunset Cliffs, it would be very disappointing if this spot didn’t offer a great view of the San Diego sunset. Try to arrive early so that you can find a good spot on the cliffs.
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve is within the San Diego city limits but is quite a wild stretch of land. If you’re feeling active hike to the top of Torrey Pines. From there choose one of the trails to the edge of the cliff for your sunset viewing point.