Sunny Jim Cave Showcases La Jolla History and Beauty
There is no shortage of things to do when spending time in La Jolla California. There are great galleries, restaurants, museums, hotels and walking trails along the coast and a hidden and historical cave at 1325 Coast Blvd. at La Jolla Cove.
The Sunny Jim Cave Store and cave entrance has been a San Diego landmark since 1903 when the cave was dug out by Gustav Shultz.
The cave goes down 145 steps into La Jolla Cove, which is known for having several caves which are part of the cliff and rock areas of La Jolla Village.
Sunny Jim Cave provides an inside look at La Jolla’s historical past and also a look at the pristine beauty that makes this one of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world.
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The water area outside Sunny Jim Cave is well known for being agreat place to scuba dive, swim, snorkel, kayak and paddle board. The cliff areas surrounding Sunny Jim Cave are loaded with pelicans, sea lions and beautiful coastal views and scenery.
If you are looking for a great place to visit and take a walk back in history visit Sunny Jim Cave located inside the Cave Shop just below Prospect Street on Ocean Blvd. in La Jolla Village.
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