Villas in San Diego

Villas in San Diego

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Popular Glampsites in San Diego

Apartment for 5 people, with ocean view and yard as well as view, kid friendly in San Diego
Apartment for 5 people, with ocean view and yard as well as view, kid friendly
2 bedrooms50yd to the beach
from $239 / night
Apartment for 4 people, with pool, with pets in San Diego
Apartment for 4 people, with pool, with pets
1 bedroom2.6mi to the beach
4.4
(28 reviews)
from $198 / nightFREE cancellation
Studio for 2 people, with pool in San Diego
Studio for 2 people, with pool
1 bedroom700yd to the beach
4.8
(5 reviews)
from $143 / night
Vacation house for 2 people in San Diego
Vacation house for 2 people
1 bedroom3.5mi to the beach
5.0
from $98 / night
Resort for 2 people, with hot tub and pool as well as balcony and sauna in San Diego
Resort for 2 people, with hot tub and pool as well as balcony and sauna
1 bedroom2.6mi to the beach
4.4
(2 reviews)
from $331 / night
Camper for 5 people in San Diego
Camper for 5 people
1 bedroom2.7mi to the beach
from $117 / night
Apartment for 4 people in San Diego
Apartment for 4 people
1 bedroom50yd to the beach
from $357 / night
Vacation house for 12 people, with yard in San Diego
Vacation house for 12 people, with yard
4 bedrooms150yd to the beach
from $876 / night
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Highlights in San Diego

  • Beautiful beaches
  • Endless outdoor activities
  • Mexican food feast
  • Culture
  • Fascinating interactive museums

Most popular amenities for Glamping in San Diego

Pool 23
Internet 433
Pets allowed 134
Balcony/Terrace 293
TV 431
Air conditioning 294

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Discover the fascinating and fun cultural city of San Diego

San Diego is considered by some to be “The Finest City In America” and is full of nature trails, beaches, inspiring museums, art and culture. It’s also a fantastic access point to the Mexican border city of Tijuana, and day trips are popular options for adventurous travelers. So, whether you’re planning a daredevil holiday with lots of extreme sports, a casual walk in a cultural park or simply lounging on the beach, all this is possible and more! You’ll find the majority of glamping in hotspots like La Jolla, Mission Bay and along the coast.

Unique San Diego Glamping experiences

Visit the best spots in style and comfort with these San Diego glampsites. Enjoy beautiful accommodations with ocean views or something closer to inner city attractions. These glamping spots are perfect for any traveler and feature impressive amenities like a jacuzzi, gorgeous interior design with lots of thoughtful touches and even gardens with an outdoor fireplace! Wake up to a magnificent sunrise with breakfast made from your own private kitchen, or kick back and watch an incredible sunset with your favorite drink. These glampingsites make all that possible and more!

Travelers and activities

San Diego for Nature Lovers

This area is a nature lover’s paradise. One of the best things to do is take a whale watching cruise. La Jolla Cove has lots to do to keep outdoorsy travelers busy thanks to its many beaches and diversity of landscapes. Since it’s part of a marine reserve, it’s a great place for scuba diving. Visitors can also enjoy the many hiking and biking trails. Sunset Cliffs Natural Park boasts some of the most gorgeous spots in the county. Explore caves and photograph coastlines with awesome, gigantic rock formations. Not to mention watch amazing sunsets with a beautiful aftermath of sparkling stars!

San Diego for Adventure junkies

For something really unique, get to know San Diego by boat. This fun excursion will reward you with sights of sea lions, Coronado Bay Bridge, Seaport Village and more! Adrenaline seekers will love paragliding at Torrey Pines Gliderport. It’s one of the best ways to really soak up those incredible coastal views! Alternatively, you can go to Cliffhanger Café and watch others paraglide. Bikers will probably enjoy an exhilarating ride to the top of Mt. Soledad. On a clear day, visitors can see all the way to Mexico. And why not join the surfing community while in town and try your luck at riding the waves?

San Diego for Culture and entertainment seekers

Thanks to its rich Hispanic heritage and vibrant art scene, San Diego has a reputation for being cultural gem. To get started on your deep dive into this city, look no further than Balboa Park. A stroll in this park belongs on every traveler’s itinerary for its numerous attractions and festive, artsy atmosphere. Catch a show at The Globe built in the Shakespearean-style. Or, explore the Natural History Museum and see the dinosaurs with your family. While in Balboa Park, don’t forget to explore The Spanish Village Artist Center and the San Diego Zoo! It’s also a well-known fact that San Diego has a very active nightlife scene with something for everyone as well as an impressive microbrewery scene.

On May 29, 2014, this city decided to create a holiday for its very own local skateboarding legend, Tony Hawk, dubbed “Tony Hawk Day”.

Top 7 travel tips in San Diego

1. Get to know La Jolla by kayak

La Jolla has several different coastal caves worth exploring and one of the best ways to get to them is by kayak. If you’re feeling up to the challenge, why not visit all 7?

2. Eat your heart out in Old Town

Thanks to its geographical location right on the Mexican border, foodies can enjoy some of the best Mexican food in America. For the best of authentic Mexican cuisine, head over to Old Town. This area dates back to the 19th century and features restaurants like Alamo Mexican Café and El Patio de Old Town. To explore more of the area, try taking a food tour.

3. Have fun beach hopping

San Diego County is home to at least 50 different beaches! If in La Jolla, check out Black’s Beach and many more! Ocean Beach is a great local spot for sunsets and seeing all the surfers and skateboarders of the area. Coronado and Solana beaches are some of the most stunning in the area. There’s also plenty of activities to try like paddleboarding, snorkeling and more!

4. Hop the border for a day trip to Tijuana

A border run to Tijuana will grant you some excitement, beautiful beaches like Rosarito Beach and Puerto Nuevo as well as an adventure in the historic city center. Be sure to also enjoy the delicious traditional lobster with amazing margaritas at the Fisherman’s Village in Puerto Nuevo.

5. Check out the impressive San Diego Museum of Man

Built in the early 20th century, this ornate anthropology museum is a fantastic place to take some awesome photos of the architecture. Be sure to also explore inside, though, for the exhibit on the Maya people, the “BEERology” section, observatory and living with animals exhibition.

6. Check out the San Diego Museum of Art

This gorgeous museum should definitely be on your travel itinerary! It features works by Zurbaran, Goya and more! It’s also fun to visit this art museum at night for its diverse special events.

7. Board the USS Midway

This enormous ship has over 60 exhibits and 29 restored aircraft. Quite an extravagant display of military might! If its massive size and interactive displays aren’t enough, then definitely check out the flight simulators which are out of this world!

FAQs: Glamping in San Diego

Which types of facilities can you expect to find in the glampsites in San Diego?

Out of the facilities offered by Holidu, it appears that the glampsites in San Diego contain everything that travelers wish for! Here, the glampsites generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: internet (92%), balcony (85%), and barbecue (79%)...Sounds tempting?

How are the glampsites rated in San Diego?

The glampsites here receive many great reviews from travelers. 63% of the glampsites in San Diego have excellent reviews and an average rating of 4.5 stars!

Are the glampsites in San Diego child-friendly?

Judging by the Holidu data, 21% of glampsites in San Diego are suitable for families with children, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the ideal glamping location for you and your children.

Are the glampsites in San Diego suitable for travelers and their pets?

In general, only 5% of glampsites in San Diego accept pets. We can therefore recommend that there are more suitable destinations in the USA for our four-legged friends.

Do the glampsites in San Diego generally come with an internet connection?

Certainly! According to Holidu's data, 92% of glampsites in San Diego include an internet connection. You will be able to browse the internet during your stay!

How much does it cost on average for glampsites in San Diego?

A lot of the glampsites in San Diego are generally very expensive. According to the data collected last year, 11% are at more than $500 per night.

Do the glampsites in San Diego often have a fireplace or a pool?

Of course! According to Holidu's database, a fair amount of glampsites in San Diego are equipped with a fireplace. This is the destination you need to head to during the winter months!

Are the glampsites in San Diego suitable for trips in large groups or better for a vacation as a couple?

According to Holidu's database, 88% of glampsites welcome families of up to four travelers. Approximately 79% of the glampsites here have at least two separate bedrooms. This is the perfect destination for going in a small group on vacation!

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