La Jolla CAlifornia
La Jolla California, is a seaside resort community of  round 25,000.  Spanish for "the jewel", it's often times referred to as "jewel by the sea".  La Jolla borders the Pacific Ocean to the south and extends north to Torrey Pines State Reserve and Del Mar, California.

Along the way, La Jolla encompasses neighborhoods like Chook Rock, Windansea, La Jolla Shores, La Jolla Farms, Torrey Pines, Mount Soledad, and even La Jolla Village.  

Residents of La Jolla and business owners consult with the "village" or "city" of La Jolla.  The official postal deal with for the zip code 92037 is actually La Jolla, and never San Diego as it is for many communities throughout the Metropolis of San Diego.  Generally, tourists get confused and believe that La Jolla is definitely a seperate metropolis, which it isn't.

La Jolla is a group of the Metropolis of San Diego. La Jolla has a number of community groups that work to  unify the voice of the area, including several non revenue organizations.

With it is palm lined streets, giant houses, and  tropical climate and atmosphere, La Jolla is sort of a southern European village with it is own contact of Beverly Hills alongside the retail outlets on Prospect Street.  A lot of the natural attraction from La Jolla stems from the presence of the ocean and Mount Soledad.

Several narrow curvy roads observe the contours of Soledad with a whole lot of nice properties overlooking the ocean, nestled gently on the slopes.  There are several sandy seashores here as nicely, together with the Windansea Seaside, La Jolla Cove, La Jolla Seashore, and La Jolla Shores.

La Jolla additionally has the Torrey Pines Golf Course, which was made well-known by the PGA Tour Buick Invitational held there every February.  Down the steep cliffs frm the golf course is the well-known Black's Beach.

The downtown area of La Jolla is well-known for it is jewelry shops, upmarket eating places, and even hotels.  Prospect Avenue and Girad Avenue also offer several famous boutiques.  Well-known for its architectural and historical presence  is the La Valencia Hotel, which used to welcome film stars on retreat from Hollywood.

Recently, harbor seals have taken over the Youngsters's Seashore, which is a quiet man made cove close to the  downtown area.  The seals are protected beneath  federal law, so removing them is almost impossible. Now, the seaside is open, as the rope is down.  Swimming here is allowed, though it's not  recommended.