Attracting tourists from around the world, La Jolla's upscale community is one that combines trend-setting innovations with traditional class. Located just 12 miles north from downtown San Diego, this highly prosperous community encompasses seven miles of coastline lands at an altitude of 110 feet.
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There are 38,000 people who reside in this heavenly seaside town living amongst Mediterranean-style architecture with a contemporary flair. Downtown La Jolla, known by locals as 'The Village,' boasts shops, boutiques, hotels, restaurants, coffeehouses, salons and art galleries. Although this area encompasses only a tiny geographic space, the district is jammed with trendy establishments, drawing wealthy patrons from around the globe. Perhaps the most noteworthy institution in this region of La Jolla is the University of California at San Diego (UCSD), which hosts a world-renowned medical school among other rigorous academic programs. While the business district and La Jolla Village are impressive communities, perhaps the most memorable region of La Jolla is that along the Pacific coastline.
La Jolla boasts one of the most stunning shorelines in Southern California complete with astonishing caves, cliffs, beaches and sunsets. Travel north just a short distance from La Jolla Cove and observe marine life up close at Birch Aquarium. This world famous oceanographic museum showcases marine life from the Pacific Northwest to the Mexican waters. After visiting the beaches and Birch Aquarium relax your mind at one of the coastlines most popular attractions, Torrey Pines Golf Course, the only public course on the PGA circuit, offers two challenging 18-hole courses.
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