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Point Loma Information and Highlights

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Point Loma Information and Highlights

Do you know that there are no specific beaches in Point Loma but you can still adore the freshness of beachside breezes by exploring its tidepools and watching the waves crashing on its cliffs?

Point Loma offers a delightful and unique combination of aquatic life, parks, history, and manmade attractions.

While natural beauty lies in its every inch, Point Loma also exhibits modern industrial life as well as a mix of cultural heritage and history in the form of museums and recreational parks.

Point Loma is becoming a center of attraction for providing scenic backdrops in wedding and event photography. 


Spanish and Portuguese invaders were the first who inhabited in Point Loma.

Loma means Hill in Spanish and Point Loma means Hill Point but during Spanish and Portuguese times, it was known as La Punta de la Loma de San Diego or Hill Point of San Diego.

Initially visited for abalone, mussels, lobsters and clams, Point Loma became a populated locality after European settlement in 1769.

In 1852, the US military and naval bases were established in Southern Point Loma; thus restricting civilian interference. 

The Spirit of St. Louis was built in San Diego and tested in Midway neighborhood of Point Loma.

After World War 2, when civilians were allowed to visit Point Loma, many people visited and inhabited Point Loma due to its increasing military importance. 


Spread at an area of 4,400 acres, Point Loma is a hilly peninsula located at the South West border of Pacific.

Situated to the east of Old Town and downtown San Diego, the San Diego River flows in the south of Point Loma.

The first Europeans expedited in Point Loma in California, adding richness to its history and geographical importance. 


Clear visibility, high air pressure, and high humidity are constant weather components throughout the year in Point Loma.

Apart from these, the variability lies in temperature not only throughout the year but also through the week and even day and night time.

The temperature is mostly high or moderately high during daytime but nights are cool and breezy.

From April to September, there is high precipitation with increased chances of rain. Snowfall is rare in Point Loma. 


For a rich and diverse shopping experience in San Diego, look no further than Point Loma.

From decoration items to giveaways and branded boutiques to wholesale items; Point Loma offers a good range and variety for everything.

The specialty of this place lies in clothing, jewelry, and arts and craft including:

  • Temptress - 1918 Bacon St - (619) 224-2284
  • Dollar Thrill – 4871 Newport Ave - (619) 222-2115
  • Dreamgirls – 5054 Newport Ave - (619) 223-4836
  • Miss Match - 4932 Newport Ave - (619) 223-5500
  • The Black Bead - 5003 Newport Ave - (619) 222-2115
  • Tree of Life – 4870 Santa Monica Ave - (619) 223-3970
  • The Philosopher’s Stone - 4967 Newport Ave - (619) 224-0700
  • The Kobey’s Swap Meet – 3500 Sports Arena Blvd - (619) 226-0650
  • Vintage Revivals Home & Garden  - 4847 Newport Ave - (619) 269-7922
  • The Sports Arena Square Shopping Center – 3500 Sports Arena Blvd, 619-226-0650


Point Loma is one of the ideal places for food lovers.

Offering pleasant food and drink experiences coupled with cool breezes, the restaurants and open air cafes welcome you 24x7 in Point Loma.

Satisfy your cravings at any time of the day by visiting any of these restaurants but don’t forget to explore more eateries!

  • Sushiya - 2558 Laning Rd - (619) 224-0100
  • Hodad’s - 5010 Newport Ave - (619) 224-4623
  • Pizza Nova - 5050 N Harbor Dr - (619) 226-0268
  • Mitch’s Seafood – 1403 Scott St – (619) 222-8787
  • Northside Shack – 1255 Rosecrans St - (619) 738-8233
  • Tender Greens - 2400 Historic Decatur Rd - (619) 226-6254
  • Point Loma Seafoods - 2805 Emerson Street - (619) 223-1109
  • Fathom Bistro Bait & Tackle – 1776 Shelter Island Dr - (619) 222-5835
  • Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern – 4990 N Harbor Dr - (619) 226-2103
  • Pomodoro Ristorante Italiano – 2833 Avenida de Portugal - (619) 523-1301


Being loyal to the true Californian culture, Point Loma offers vibrant and colorful nightlife.

Infamous for its cocktail bars, hookah bars and grills, Point Loma also offers a wide variety of live music venues and adult entertainment clubs.

Here are some famous nightlife centers: 

  • Club Marina - 1310 Scott St - (619) 222-5932
  • Pacific Shores - 4927 Newport Ave - (619) 223-7549
  • OB Warehouse - 4839 Newport Ave - (619) 222-1700
  • Harbor Town Pub - 1125 Rosecrans St - (619) 224-1321
  • The Wine Pub - 2907 Shelter Island Dr - (619) 758-9325
  • Westy’s Bar & Grill - 1029 Rosecrans St - (619) 221-1942
  • Blue Wave Bar and Grill - 2051 Shelter Island Dr - (619) 223-2572
  • Vessel Restaurant + Bar - 1551 Shelter Island Dr - (619) 221-8000
  • Olive Tree Tasting Room - 4805 Narragansett Ave - (619) 224-0443
  • Wonderland Ocean Pub - 5083 Santa Monica Ave - (619) 255-3358


The foundations of present day Point Loma had been built on military and naval bases which made adapting to modern day education system easier for the locals.

Today, there are numerous schools and colleges in Point Loma apart from Point Loma Nazarene University.

Some schools are listed below:

  • Point Loma High School
  • High Tech High International Academy
  • Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech School
  • Lifetime Montessori School
  • Warren Walker School
  • Silver Gate Elementary School
  • The Rock Academy
  • Westminster Presbyterian Preschool


The military and naval dominated localities offer historical and cultural landmarks apart from manmade attractions.

Some of them include the following: 

  • Old Point Loma Lighthouse – The most crowded and famous Old Point Loma Lighthouse is considered the historical icon representing the entire city of San Diego. The two storey lighthouse is located within the infamous Cabrillo National Monument, which was the first place to be discovered by the European expeditors. 
  • Rosecroft – The historic set of gardens and man made parks; Rosecroft was designed and built by Emmor Brooke Weaver. It was designed for and owned by heiress Marion James Robinson. Situated on 2.5 acres, it contains countless gardens with ornamental plants. Many of its gardens have now been opened for wedding ceremonies and educational and business events. 
  • Sunset Cliffs – Primarily known for watching the waves crashing into the cliffs while the beautiful sun sets in the backdrop, the Sunset Cliffs are also favorite for deep sea surfers. It is always crowded in the evening so visit early to grab your favorite spot. 

Other favorite landmarks include Shelter Island, Point Loma Tidepools, Liberty Station, and Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery. 


San Diego International Airport is the only air route to reach Point Loma.

From the airport, you can get Limo service, taxi or yellow cab service or choose public transport system to reach your destination.

Metropolitan Transport System or MTS is commonly used to connect different areas of San Diego.

You can take Route 35 to reach Ocean Beach or Old Town. Route 28 will take you to Rosecrans Street from Point Loma. 

Water Taxi is a less conventional way specifically used to visit Shelter Island and Harbor Island.

But for moving within Point Loma, it is recommended to rely on MTS or private taxi and cab service.

Uber and Lyft services are also available in Point Loma. 


Historically rich and cultural Point Loma offers pleasant experience not only for its inhabitants but also for the tourists.

Irrespective of its richness and royalty, the people of Point Loma are very friendly, helping, and easy to reach out.

Point Loma is undoubtedly one of the top most places to visit or live in San Diego. 

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