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Sunset Cliffs San Diego The Best Place To Live
Sunset Cliffs is a residential neighborhood in Point Loma named after it's notable sunset views and sheer cliffs that border the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular location to view the sunset, take walks on the cliffside trails, check out the tide pools, and surf. Sunset Cliffs is mainly composed of custom single family homes and has a single small commercial strip.
Living In Sunset Cliffs
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is the biggest attraction for this neighborhood, and is composed of 68 acres of open space that is adjacent to the ocean. It is well known for its carved coastal bluffs, arches, and sea caves. It is also connected to the 640 acre Point Loma Reserve. Luscombs Point is a popular location for weddings and sunset views. At Garbage Beach, visitors can access the beach through the built-in stairs. However, with the unpredictable surf and limitations, residents mainly stay above ground.