Del Mar



The beach in Del Mar is one of the most beautiful and enjoyable in San Diego. The two plus miles of sandy beach offers a great place to relax, walk, or run. Two coastal parks,Powerhouse and Seagrove Parks, are located just above the 15th Street surf break; providing a great spot to picnic with friends and family. The Powerhouse Park also features a barefoot friendly, dog free “tot lot,” where kids can play on swings, slides, and climb.



North County offers some of the best local running, paddling, fishing, and diving in the area. Local runs and walks include the beach, coastal bluffs, Torrey Pines State Park, and the trails through the backside of Del Mar in Crest Canyon. All areas provide a unique vantage point to enjoy wildlife and the natural surroundings. On flat surf days, many surfers have found alternate avenues of enjoying the ocean via paddling and free-diving in our local waters.


Del Mar Real Estate

Del Mar Market Overview

  •  $2,052,300 ZHVI
  • 1.0% 1-yr forecast (Feb 29, 2016)
  • $3,195,000 Median listing price
  • No recent data Median sale price
Data through Feb 28, 2015


  • Family Households 65%
  • Non-Family Households 35%
  • Sales Tax Rate 8%
  • Population Change Since 2000 9%

Living the Beach Life


Del Mar Beach is a well-known surfing community with plenty of prime surf breaks along it’s two mile coastline. The northern half of Del Mar City Beach in California, from 15th Street to The River Mouth, is one of North San Diego’s best surf spots, with good swimming, intermediate surf waves and easy access at every block.




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