9 Incredible Things To Do In San Diego This June

Ana Sofia de la Cámara Ana Sofia de la Cámara

9 Incredible Things To Do In San Diego This June

Summer is finally (basically) here! Hurray!

And what a better way to celebrate than heading outdoors and seeing all our beautiful city has to offer. Enjoy the wonderful San Diego weather and outdoors, along with these awesome activities this June! Just remember to wear your sunscreen!


Do you know what June means? Pride, of course! The time to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and its critical history! Many fun and important events are going on this June in sunny San Diego. Such as the Resilient Community March on June 11 at 10:30 am.Since a full-scale Pride Parade is still not possible because of the pandemic, this march is an important demonstration to stand united in demanding LGBTQ+ equality, freedom, and liberation. Balboa Park is the meeting point where participants will march into Hillcrest. Make sure to bring your best Prideful attire, flags, and messages of hope!

Location: 6th & UPAS St in Balboa Park


2.The U.S. Open

The U.S. Open is back! This fantastic golfing event brings out golf’s best and brightest stars along with the dedicated fans who make the sport what it is. The 2021 U.S. Open will take place from June 17-June 20 in Torrey Pines Golf Course. It will be the second time Torrey Pines will host the national championship, the first being the iconic 2008 U.S. Open.

Location: 11480 N Torrey Pines Rd


3.The Pool House in The Pendry 

With the weather being so perfect, there’s nothing better to do than be poolside with friends and a good drink! The Pendry San Diego Hotel has one of the best pools in all of San Diego! The Pool House has a premier rooftop lounge featuring outstanding views in the Gaslamp Quarter. The contemporary venue has a beautiful lounge and bar, surrounded by comfy sun loungers and stylish cabanas. The pool is free daily for hotel guests but is also available for non-hotel guests Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 6 pm, a $100 dining minimum is required.

Location: 550 J St


4.Rooftop Cinema Club

There’s nothing quite like the summer season to watch movies, especially under the stars of a lovely California evening. Rooftop Cinema Club has an outstanding selection of iconic films that you will enjoy on comfy deck chairs, along with a fantastic food and drinks selection. This makes for a unique and wonderful evening out for all moviegoers!

Location: 1 Market Place (Manchester Grand Hyatt)


5. The Children’s Pool in La Jolla

La Jolla, the jewel, the village, whatever you call it, this wonderful part of town is an ideal location to spend an entire summer day this June! You should bring your camera to take pictures of all the beautiful beaches and marine life, like the Children’s Pool where the seals gather.


Location: 850 Coast Blvd


6.Hotel Del Coronado

Hotel Del Coronado is an iconic institution that opened back in 1888. It is the second-largest wooden structure in the United States and a National Historic Landmark. The hotel has hosted countless presidents like Franklin D. Roosevelt and Jimmy Carter, for starters. Celebrities such as Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn, Burt Lancaster, and Frank Sinatra have also been guests. One of the best films ever made, Some Like It Hot was filmed almost entirely here! It has some beautiful restaurants, and its beach is a fantastic place to work on your tan! The ferry ride to and from Coronado is the cherry on top of this tremendous outing!

Location: 1500 Orange Ave.


7.Surf lessons at San Diego Surf School

Well, if you don’t know how to or haven’t surfed in a long time, a surf lesson is a fun activity you should try this June. San Diego Surf School has experienced instructors trained to work with beginners as well as experienced surfers who want to improve. They offer private, semi-private, and group lessons, which all last 90 minutes.

Location: 4850 Cass St., San Diego 92109 and 5050 Santa Monica Ave.

8.Taste of Little Italy

The Taste of Little Italy is a wonderful showcase of what Little Italy has to offer! The event will take place on June 22 and 23 from 4 pm to 8 pm. There will be slight modifications from paste Taste events to ensure public safety. This year, Taste will be held over two days, with two time slots to minimize congestion. Attendees will explore all lovely 48-square-blocks of Little Italy and sample delightful bites from some of Little Italy’s finest culinary gems.

Location: Little Italy


9.Gelato in Little Italy

Little Italy is a beautiful place you and your friends can spend a lovely day visiting. The food is fantastic, and nothing beats a summer day quite like gelato! You should try Milkissimo gelato. An excellent small gelato shop run by the very popular owner Klaudio. His small business is known for its fantastic, friendly service and excellent gelatos! Their Charcoal flavor is a particular favorite, and we can’t wait to try their new Caramel Penutbutter Cup flavor!

Location: 1640 Camino Del Rio N



See also: 5 Spots For An Adventurous Day In La Jolla, 10 Movies You Didn’t Know Were Filmed In San Diego

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