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Things to do

The Shoal La Jolla Beach hotel is only minutes from San Diego's hottest spots!

Here are some of our neighboring attractions:

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San Diego Zoo

Located 10 Miles from the Shoal La Jolla, is the renowned San Diego Zoo. At 99 acres, the San Diego Zoo is one of the largest and well-known zoos in the world. Housing over 3,700 animals and 650 species in mostly cageless exhibits. Voted the top 10% of zoos in the world by TripAdvisor in 2015, 2018 and 2023, the San Diego Zoo is sure to please.

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Birch Aquarium

Located just north of La Jolla is Scripps Birch Aquarium. Dive into the world just beyond the shore and see some wonderous marine life. You might even catch a glimpse of some new hatchlings!

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La Jolla Tide Pools

Enjoy a walk along the Southern California coast and catch a glimpse of some of our most beautiful flora and fauna. If you're feeling extra adventurous, kayak and diving are just a few of the activities you can enjoy in La Jolla!

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Village of La Jolla

Walk around the Village of La Jolla and enjoy shopping at some local owned businesses. Whether you're hungry for a snack, tasty meal or just a quick cup of coffee, Village of La Jolla has plenty of dining options to choose from!

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University of California San Diego

If you are a prospective student, guest speaker, or just visiting someone on campus, our hotel is the perfect location for you! By extension, our hotel is also a great distance from the La Jolla Playhouse located on the southern end of campus. Come out and see for yourself, Go Tritons!

Killer Whale


Located just 7 miles from The Shoal La Jolla is SeaWorld Theme Park & Animal Experience. Offering numerous thrilling marine-themed rides and shows- SeaWorld is an excellent choice for family entertainment. The park offers special seasonal events throughout the year to entertain and educate their visitors about marine life.