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Del Mar Beach

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Updated 05/16/2014

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The numbered streets of Del Mar, from 15th north to 29th, end at a wide beach popular with volleyball players, surfers, and sunbathers. The portion of Del Mar south of 15th Street is lined with cliffs and rarely crowded. Leashed dogs are permitted on most sections of the beach, except Main Beach, where they are prohibited from June 15th through Labor Day. For the rest of the year, dogs may run under voice control at North Beach, also known as Dog Beach. Food, hotels, and

shopping are all within an easy walk of Del Mar beach. Parking costs from $1.50 to $3 per hour at meters and pay lots on Coast Boulevard and along Camino Del Mar. Amenities: food and drink, lifeguards, parking (fee), showers, toilets. Best for: swimming, walking.

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Sight Information


Take Via de la Valle exit from I–5 west to Rte. S21 (also known as Camino del Mar in Del Mar) and turn left, Del Mar, California, 92014, United States

Updated 05/16/2014


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