Welcome to Point Loma
Located in a ragged peninsula where you will find hiking trails, tide pools at the historic Cabrillo National Monument, and the Old Point Loma lighthouse, this nautical community is the perfect place to get in touch with land, sea and air. serves up sweeping views of downtown San Diego and the San Diego Bay.
Located just to the north of downtown San Diego, Point Loma is home to Sunset Cliffs natural park, a popular spot to watch the sunset.
The revitalized naval base of Liberty Station is a hub for residents offering chic restaurants and shops.
Hugging the coastline, Shelter and Harbor Islands are home to some of the best seafood eateries in San Diego as well as one of the best live music venues, Humphreys by the Bay.
What You Can Expect
Spectacular views of San Diego and the bay, rich history, and striking architecture all nestled in a community.
Complete with a full working marina offering daily sports fishing and seasonal whale watching excursions, a thriving arts district, local artisan shops, eateries and cultural events.
Point Loma is a marine-inspired community full of sea-loving residents who often spend their weekends on their boats and enjoy the social scene of the local yacht clubs.
Visitors and locals alike partake in boating, sportfishing, tide pooling, hiking, museum crawls, and unique dining experiences.
What Not to Expect
While there is plenty of water-based activities do not expect to find sandy, swimmable beaches.
Point Loma neighborhoods consist primarily of single family homes, many of which offer a glimpse into San Diego’s past.
Point Loma Village, Liberty Station and Shelter Island are this community’s commercial retail heart, where you will also find condominiums and town homes.
The bayside residential area of La Playa features some of the most expensive homes in San Diego, many offering private piers.
What You Will Fall in Love With
An idyllic maritime atmosphere influenced by the sparkling San Diego bay where sailboats gently dance across the water and ships slowly make their way to the open ocean.