We’re not sure if it’s the Californian sun, sandy beaches or the laid back atmosphere, but this beach town has been home to many world-renowned athletes. Here are some quick information on a few sports stars who are proud to call Carlsbad, their home.
Located just minutes from San Diego’s downtown district, you’ll find 1,000 acres of pure entertainment. Balboa Park offers visitors a taste of art, history, Mother Nature and culture. The San Diego Zoo, miniature railroad, and museums are among the park’s biggest attractions to nearly 14 million visitors a year!
Temecula, a charming and picturesque town, is just 45 minutes away. The town is known for its historical charm, beautiful climate and, of course, award-winning wines.
Interrupting the gorgeous stretch of near continuous beachfront that runs from La Jolla north to Oceanside are a series of lagoons, and Carlsbad has three ready for you to explore.
A trip to Carlsbad is never complete without a walk through our pristine downtown core. Centered on Carlsbad Blvd, Carlsbad Village Drive and State Street, the whole area has a genuine Californian small-town feel with stores spilling onto the sidewalks and beautifully manicured tree-lined streets. It’s often described as what some of the idyllic coastal towns in Los Angeles looked like during the 1950s.