If you are a new visitor to our charming beachside community, you can find detailed information about things to do and places to visit or stay on the Visit Solana Beach website curated by our local Chamber of Commerce.

If you are a resident or just stopping by, view our upcoming events calendar for a schedule of City sponsored events offered year round.  Enriched with a strong sense of community, we host events such as the Fiesta del Sol in the Spring with live music, great food and artisan booths; Concerts-in-the-Park on summer evenings at Fletcher Cove, a park by the sea; two Holiday Tree Lighting events in winter; and much more. 

Find out more about Public Art displays and programs.

Find out more about Parks and Recreation facilities and services.


Solana Beach started as a farming community with gorgeous bluffs overlooking the ocean, but with no beach access. Later on, a gap was cut out in the bluffs, providing access to the ocean. The beachfront is divided into four main Beach Parks: Fletcher Cove, Tide Beach Park, Seascape Surf, and Del Mar Shores. These beaches provide a wide variety of recreational activities for City residents and visitors. Find out more

Cedros Design District

Part history, part inspiration, and all charm, the unique experience of Cedros is like a stroll down a charming European side street. Whether you are a coastal local or adventurous visitor, meander around this special spot often and take advantage of its many treasures and discoveries. Find out more

Farmer’s Market

The "Cedros Avenue Farmers' Market" is located at 410 Cedros Avenue (corner of Cedros Avenue and Rosa Street). Come out and support the Market, which runs from 1:00 to 5:00 each Sunday. You’ll find an excellent assortment of farm fresh flowers, produce, fresh bread and even a French Patisserie. For a lovely outdoor Sunday excursion, visit the market and then stroll the adjacent Cedros Design District, full of interesting shops, or pop over to the nearby beach.
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Solana Beach Heritage Museum

The Solana Beach Heritage Museum is located at 715 Valley Avenue, Solana Beach, California, in La Colonia Park. Built in 1887, the Museum is the first home built in the community. Find out more

More Helpful Links

Del Mar Race Track

Belly Up Tavern & Nightclub

North Coast Repertory Theatre

Lomas Santa Fe Executive Golf Course

Friends of the Solana Beach Library

San Dieguito Park

Nature Collective: Nature Center & San Elijo Lagoon

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City of Solana Beach (858) 720-2400

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