As if being an iconic beach town isn’t enough, Del Mar continues to reinvent itself as one of the premier Southern California spots to live and play!
Its two-mile stretch of gorgeous beach may not be the most private place to settle down, but some people don’t want “quiet”, per se; they need a little more action and people in their lives!
If you’re a surfer, all the better!
Great swells all year long!
The “public” side of Del Mar shows off its expansive County Fairgrounds and world famous thoroughbred racetrack, butthe “private” side of Del Mar reveals a calm beach town atmosphere with a bustling farmer’s market and an historic downtown filled with fun upscale shops and delicious dining!
Del Mar residents are very strict when it comes to preserving their historic roots and small town feel, by not allowing high-rise buildings and by monitoring the per capita population growth.
The school systems? Say no more…they are absolutely top-notch, leaving one to think, “What could be better than living here in Del Mar overlooking the ocean?” Answer: Not much.
The two beautiful coastal parks, Powerhouse Park and Seagrove Park, as well as the amazing trail system at Torrey Pines State Park, all add to the spectacular gifts that Del Mar offers its residents and guests.
Never underestimate this cozy town of 6,000 “neighbors” that is still right there in the running as one of the best places to live in San Diego County!