Welcome to Point Loma
Point Loma is on a peninsula with San Diego Bay to the south and Mission Bay to the north. The neighborhoods consist primarily of single-family homes. At the furthest tip of Point Loma, you’ll find Cabrillo National Monument, a tribute to explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo who led the brave expedition in 1542. Liberty Station, the former Naval Training Center, is now a thriving arts district with historic architecture, great shops, restaurants and community events; and Sunset Cliffs Park, a seaside park with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and stunning cliff rock formations. On a typical day, you'll see surfers in the water, beachgoers among the tide pools, fishermen on the bluffs, walkers, bicyclists and motorists cruising up and down the boulevard and gray whales offshore during whale season.
Point Loma geography is flat at the beach, then gradually rises to 422 Ft high and slowly descends into Ocean Beach. Since you have this gradual height many homes in Point Loma have gorgeous, panoramic views of San Diego bay, Downtown, Coronado Island and the Pacific ocean.