Welcome to Mission Beach
A sandbar between the Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay, Mission Beach is the perfect place for beach lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
With Pacific Beach to the north and Ocean Beach to the south, Mission Beach is a layback neighborhood hosting Belmont Park with its 100-year-old Giant Dipper wooden roller coaster, a national historic landmark, SeaWorld San Diego, and a Marina area which is home to sailboats, windsurfing, kayaking, paddling boarding and rowing and sailing clubs.
Mission Beach is a classic boardwalk beach community lined with trending coffee shops, quaint cafes, groovy eateries, and hopping late-night bars.
What You Can Expect
With nearly two miles of the oceanfront boardwalk on the west of the strand and a curved stretch of the walkway on the east side along the bay.
Mission Beach is the go-to community for anything from a leisurely stroll or bike ride to fast-paced waterfront activities. Enjoy watching beach volleyball, sailboats on the bay, kids playing in the sand, and the waves hitting the shores in this one-of-a-kind oasis.
Only two blocks wide, Mission Beach is a unique peninsula that assures you are always only steps away from its broad white beaches or gentle bay waters.
Vacation and second homeowners, surfers and beach enthusiasts, and a fair share of the young at heart live in this neighborhood, making it a dynamic and always busy scene.
What Not to Expect
Peace and quiet. The density of the housing makes the community more of a beachy urban environment.
Mission Beach is a sought-after area for beach lovers and those looking for vacation homes.
You can find everything from low-rise condos and charming beach cottages to contemporary waterfront estates.
What You Will Fall in Love With
The boating and water sports culture, outdoor living, lush environs along with the many courts, and an enjoyable vacation vibe.