Peohe's 1201 1st St, Coronado, CA92118 One of Coronado's most iconic restaurants, Peohe's is located at the Coronado Ferry Terminal and offers sweeping views…More of San Diego Bay, the Coronado Bay Bridge and Downtown San Diego. Peohe's even has its own boat dock for customers who wish to arrive by sea. Menu favorites include seafood from local waters, specialties flown in daily from around the world, as well as a top-rated sushi and sashimi bar. A full selection of beer, wine, and spirits is offered, as well as scrumptious desserts. Diners can enjoy the bayfront views from practically any inside table, the bar or the outside patio.
Tidelands Park Glorietta Boulevard and Third Street, Coronado, CA92118 Tidelands Park is a large family-friendly park located just north of the Coronado Bridge, off Glorietta Boulevard.…More Amenities include: a world-class skate park, a playground, a fitness course, baseball and soccer fields, picnic tables and restrooms. There is a small sandy beach where visitors can splash in the San Diego Bay and boat users can park their dinghies. There is also a bike path that goes under the Coronado Bridge and extends toward the Marriott Hotel. Dogs must be on a leash and are only allowed on the paved area. This is the only park in the city that is owned and operated by the San Diego Port District.
Candelas On The Bay 1201 1st St, Coronado, CA92118 Offering spectacular views of downtown San Diego and the Coronado Bridge, this bayside restaurant specializes in…More Nouvelle-Mexican cuisine. Unique offerings such as white sea bass crusted with pistachios on a bed of huitlacoche (Mexican corn truffle), dry fideos (noodles) with tomato sauce, and avocados stuffed with shrimp and salsa fresca are typical of the menu, which balances squarely between the traditional and the unexpected. For those on a budget, lunch specials are available daily for around $10. Look for Candelas near the pier at the Coronado Ferry Landing.
Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa 2000 2nd St, Coronado, CA92118 From its position on the north end of Coronado, this branch of the international Marriott hotel chain boasts broad,…More unobstructed views of the San Diego Bay Bridge and Downtown. Visitors are immediately greeted by well-kept grounds and a grand lobby. There is a concierge on-site to assist with any questions about the area and help purchase tickets or book excursions. For active guests, the Marriott offers several on-site activities such as tennis, biking, kayaking, jet-skiing or walking along the San Diego Bay Boardwalk. To relax, there are outdoor pools, a sauna and a whirlpool on the property. Coronado Beach is only a mile away and easy to bike to. Also, there is the option to venture beyond Coronado by taking a water taxi across the bay to downtown San Diego. Reservations are available online or over the phone. Make sure to ask about any special rates such as government, AAA, AARP or senior discounts.
Il Fornaio 1333 1st St, Coronado, CA92118 Located next to the Coronado Ferry Terminal Plaza, Il Fornaio offers sweeping views of San Diego Bay, the Coronado Bay…More Bridge and the downtown San Diego skyline. The restaurant specializes in authentic Italian cuisine and even has its own Italian bakery, with baked goods available to go. Locals enjoy celebrating special occasions at this classy establishment, which is sophisticated but not stuffy -- perfect for a birthday dinner or that special date. Many prefer the bayfront outside patio seating in good weather, but stunning views are available from practically any table in the restaurant.
Glorietta Bay Park 1975 Strand Way, Coronado, CA92118 Glorietta Bay Park is located between the Coronado Community Center and the Naval Amphibious Base. It includes a small…More beach along Glorietta Bay, where people can swim and watch the passing boats. The park offers spectacular views of the San Diego–Coronado Bay Bridge and the Coronado Golf Course. It has a large playground and grass area with palm trees surrounded by flowerbeds. There are picnic tables and public restrooms. Charming benches line the little pathway in front of the seawall, which is a great spot to read a book or enjoy a sack lunch—or both. The park also has a launching facility, where people can launch their boats and park their trailers free of charge.
This two-lane launch ramp is located between Glorietta Bay Park and the Community Center. Boaters can spend the day…More exploring the surrounding waterways, while enjoying beautiful views of the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge and downtown San Diego. Ramp usage is free of charge, and people can park their trailers in the adjacent lot, which only has a few spots and tends to fill up quickly on weekends and holidays. Vehicles must be attached to a boat trailer in order to utilize the lot. Vehicles without trailers will be towed at the owner's expense.
Note: This launch ramp does not have wash down facilities.