La Jolla is known to be the luxurious seaside resort community that features seven miles of glorious coastline along the Pacific Ocean. La Jolla is home to almost 45,000 people, but the city has retained its own, unique small-town atmosphere as well as its own sense of local pride. Renowned for its stunning coastline of ocean bluffs and sandy beaches, steep canyons and the hillsides of Mount Soledad, La Jolla has become one of the most cherished residential destinations in the Southern California region.
Located only 12 miles from downtown San Diego and 45 minutes from Orange County, La Jolla's residents enjoy beautiful weather year round, as evidenced by the area’s average daily temperature of 70.5 degrees.
Beach culture is part of everyday life in La Jolla. Some of the more popular sandy beaches that dot the local coastline include La Jolla Cove, La Jolla Shores, Black's Beach, Windansea Beach, and Wipeout Beach. The Torrey Pines Golf Course, host of a number of PGA events including the 2008 U.S. Open, is located in La Jolla at the foot of steep cliffs and along La Jolla's famous coastline. Once you visit, you'll want to call this paradise home!