La Jolla Moving and Storage – La Jolla, CA

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La Jolla Movers, Republic Moving & Storage, provides all of our customers with the tools that they need for a successful move including overviews of all of the cities and neighborhoods that we service in San Diego, Temecula and Orange County California. Before you move to La Jolla, California find out what this area has to offer from sites-to-see to school listings and apartments…which is listed below for your convenience in our Mover’s Guide to La Jolla, California.

La Jolla, California is an affluent seaside community that includes 7 miles of coastline along the Pacific Ocean and is surrounded on three sides by ocean bluffs and beaches. It is located 12 miles north of downtown San Diego and borders Pacific Beach to the south, Del Mar to the north and Gilman Drive and Interstate 5 to the east. La Jolla encompasses the following neighborhoods:

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Beach-Barber Tract: this neighborhood includes the coastal section from Windansea Beach to the Village.

Bird Rock: this neighborhood includes southern coastal La Jolla, and the very lowest slopes of Mt. Soledad. Known for surfing and its shops and restaurants along La Jolla Boulevard.

Country Club: this neighborhood includes lower Mt. Soledad on the northwest side and the La Jolla Country Club golf course.

Hidden Valley: this neighborhood includes the lower portion of Mount Soledad on the northern slopes.

La Jolla Alta: master-planned development east of La Jolla Mesa.

La Jolla Farms: this neighborhood is located in northern La Jolla neighborhood west of UCSD. It includes:  Torrey Pines Gliderport, Salk Institute and homes above Black’s Beach

La Jolla Heights: this neighborhood includes the residences on the hill overlooking La Jolla Shores.

La Jolla Mesa: this neighborhood is a strip on the lower southern side of Mt. Soledad and borders Pacific Beach.

La Jolla Shores: The residential area along La Jolla Shores Beach and east up the hillside including Scripps Institution of Oceanography.  A small business district of shops and restaurants along Avenida de la Playa is also included in this neighborhood.

La Jolla Village: this neighborhood is northeast La Jolla, east of La Jolla Heights, west of I-5 and south of UCSD. La Jolla Village Square shopping and residential mall is named after this neighborhood which includes two movie theaters.  This area is not to be confused with the Village of La Jolla.

Lower Hermosa: this neighborhood is the coastal strip south of Beach-Barber Tract.

Muirlands: This comparatively larger neighborhood is on the western middle slope of Mt. Soledad.

Muirlands West: The smaller neighborhood is the area between Muirlands to the south and the Country Club to the north.

Soledad South: Southeastern slopes of Mt. Soledad east of La Jolla Alta.

Upper Hermosa: Southwestern La Jolla, north of Bird Rock and east of La Jolla Blvd.

Village of La Jolla: Also called “Village” is what would be considered the downtown La Jolla business district area and it includes the majority of La Jolla’s retail shops and restaurants and the surrounding residential homes.


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From shopping to golfing, entertainment and arts to nature, La Jolla has it all. Discover some of our favorite things to do in this beach town:

Torrey Pines Golf Course:  Torrey Pines Golf Course is the home of the PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open which draws professional golfers from around the world. The two courses at Torrey Pines are open to the public and course amenities include lessons, clinics, schools, golf shop and lodge.

Torrey Pines Gliderport:   Paragliding, hang gliding, remote control models and sailplanes, La Jolla’s Gliderport provides a breathtaking location for all of your flying adventures.  Go tandem with an instructor or earn your own wings with their certified instructors. For the less adventurous land lovers this is also a great location to enjoy some food with a fantastic view at the Cliffhanger Café which is located atop the sea cliffs of Torrey Pines. Diners enjoy breathtaking views of the Pacific, dolphins and whales and paragliders.

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve:  Encompassing over 2,000 acres of land and over eight miles of trails, Torrey Pines National Reserve is a favorite location of locals and tourists for its hiking and amazing views of the cliffs that overlook Torrey Pines State Beach.  It is bordered by Torrey Pines Municipal Golf Course on the south and Del Mar on the north.

Museum of Contemporary Art:  presenting works across all media created since 1950, the Museum of Contemporary Art is located on Prospect Street in the heart of La Jolla. With a large variety of exhibition spaces and experiences for the community this museum is internationally recognized for its collections.

Shopping: With a healthy mix of haute couture and laid-back beach there is something for everyone when shopping in La Jolla. Parking is plentiful so make it a day-long adventure when strolling through this seaside neighborhood. For a list of shops and more places to explore click here.

Beaches: listed here are the top five La Jolla beaches from south to north:

Windansea: located at the end of Nautilus Street Windansea is a popular surfing spot for higher-level surfers because it serves up larger waves. It is also a beach that offers up amazing photo opportunities with its underwater reefs, jutting rocks and cliffs.

La Jolla Children’s Pool: Originally named as a place for children to have a protected area to swim, the sea wall began to fill with sand and is now home to an abundance of harbor seals. There is an ongoing, heated debate, on who is allowed to swim in Children’s Beach—humans or seals— and is often the site for animal right’s protestors. Despite the tension that has built up over this beach it is still a very popular tourist location to take pictures and enjoy watching the harbor seals frolic and lay in the sun.

La Jolla Cove: swimming, snorkeling and diving are the favorite pastimes in this small beach. This beach is ecologically protected which means that boogie boards, surfboards and other flotation devices are not allowed. With the beach being protected there is an abundance of undisturbed marine life to explore including but limited to: reef areas, kelp beds, leopard sharks, lobster, garibaldi and yellow-tail. The cove is approximately 15-30 feet deep, has a calm current and moderate temperature.

La Jolla Shores: soft sand, clean water and gentle waves make this the perfect beach for families and beginner surfers.

Black’s Beach: the north side of Black’s Beach is a nudist beach and is an isolated area north of Scripps Pier beneath the Torrey Pines Gliderport.