Encinitas Beaches in Northern San Diego County California

Encinitas is a city beach in California which is located on the coast in northern San Diego County, south of Carlsbad and Oceanside. And if it is one of the surfing enthusiast, this is a great place for you. Encinitas beach has long been known as the southern California surf, it also is home to more than 50,000 residents located about 20 miles north of downtown San Diego, you can always enjoy a trip to town when you do not ride the wave or soaking up the sun a few on the sand.

Besides surfing, swimming and fishing also become interesting activities that can be enjoyed on the coast of San Diego, and just as in the Moonlight Beach, which begins where the hills and residential area on the upper end. Just a few blocks east of downtown Encinitas is if you want to head into town for a bite to eat or shop to shop. Long, wide, flat and sandy, it’s an ideal beach for a walk, and started a fire on the beach fire pits are a great way to usher in the evening. Because the Coast Guard that is prevalent in Moonlight Beach, Encinitas is one of the best beaches for families. It also provides facilities such as toilets, showers, picnic tables, volleyball and tennis, parking is also available on a hilltop overlooking the beach.

You can find the Beacons Beach and Grandview Beach is located north of Moonlight Beach, this place is also the Encinitas coast beaches are quite popular, also known as Leucadia State Beach, Beach Beacon is one of the best surfing in the area, but you need to remember that this beach has no facilities and no lifeguards here. Many local residents enjoy the small beach because it is easy to miss and do not often attract tourists. You can park your car in the parking lot at Neptune Avenue and walk to a small beach, which is less than the Coast Guard did not have public restrooms. Since you must use a ladder and a little precarious trail down to the beach to Beacon, not recommended for those with mobility problems. This does not happen at Moonlight Beach, which offers a new running track and a bit easier to access. While the food booths that can not be obtained on the Beach Beacon, you can always walk to the restaurants on Highway 101, just a few blocks to the east.

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