San Diego's Most Walkable Neighborhoods
San Diego is really one big collection of many distinct towns, each with its own character. Some of the best are actually quite walkable and offer an eclectic atmosphere. Encintias boasts golf courses, beaches, boutiques, and seasonal festivals. Kensington offers a more artsy and historical district dating back to the early 1900's with individual style of homes and mom and pop shops. La Jolla is famous for its ocean air, fine dining, comedy clubs and of course the University California San Diego, but it also offers a phenominal walkable urban neighborhood right on the footsteps of the Pacific Ocean. Little Italy, one of the 8 boroughs of Downtown San Diego mirrors an antique Italian fisherman's village, set with a modern twist of a variety of specialty schools, academy's, as well as private and public schools. Finally, there is the neighborhood of North Park where the community association coordinates springtime concerts in the park, night art walk as well as a fantastic historical district to boot. There is no shortage of activities offered in each of these walkable neighborhoods, pick, choose and enjoy..
Encinitas is calling you! The city’s largest single industry, ornamental flowers will catch your heart as you inhale the essences while basking in the warmth and sea-side breeze of Encinitas. The five districts satisfy every fancy from the small beach side mix of business and residences to the golf courses and havens for the shopping-obsessed. Browse the art galleries and eclectic shops and restaurants or become involved in Olivenhain’s 4-H club. Celebrate Oktoberfest and the Poinsettia Festivals with your neighbors or teach engineering to little ones at the world’s largest rally of wooden bodied vehicles. The opportunities abound and await you and your loved ones. Encinitas...