Coronado is often referred to as an Island, but did you know that it can be reached by land? One famous entry way to this beautiful resort town is via the Coronado Bay Bridge starting near Downtown. If you’re in South County head north along Silver Strand Boulevard from Imperial Beach. The harbor ferry from Downtown San Diego is also a popular way to reach the island for those on foot or bike. Coronado island is full of amazing things to do, see, and eat. If you’re in the mood for some superb Mexican food Miguelito’s is the place to go. Anything with Miguelito chile verde sauce is a good choice. On the other hand red-sauce, Italian style head to Sapori for a romantic and classy ambiance. Be prepared to see new dishes if you haven’t been for a while; this menu changes frequently. For some good old fashioned American food head to Nicky Rotten’s and grab a burger. Nicky’s is a great place to catch the game with some old friends, or to make some new ones!
Coronado boasts three beautiful golf courses offering year-round play: Coronado Municipal Golf Course, Sunset Park, and Sea N Air Golf Course. Because Sunset Park is located adjacent to the coast you can watch the sunset as you finish your round of golf! If you live here already, visiting, or looking for property one of the great sites to see is the Cabrillo National Monument. Hours and visitor information can be found HERE, breathtaking views, and unique sites are located throughout the National monument. Point Loma and Coronado contain premiere real estate, if you own, are looking to rent or buy, contact us today to find out more.