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Price and Availability Index Coronado
Vacation Rental Price Information in Coronado
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Coronado. The week with the highest average prices is in July (7/14 - 7/21). During this week, a night will cost on average $380. Vacation rental prices go down to $251 per night in October (10/6 - 10/13).
Rental Availability Information in Coronado
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Coronado. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in June (6/30 - 7/7). People tend to travel less to Coronado during a week in October (10/20 - 10/27) when only 27% of the rentals are booked.
The weather in Coronado
Find the Coronado climate diagram. September is the warmest month in Coronado with average maximum temperatures of 78°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Coronado, with temperatures going under 50° The wettest month is December with 9 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 1 rainy days in June, which is the driest month.
Discover the Crowning Jewels of Coronado from your Vacation Home
Your cosy Coronado vacation home opens onto one of the most important naval bases in the United States. Second only to Pearl Harbor, gleaming San Diego Bay is surrounded by islands inhabited only by seals and sea lions. Its rich military, industrial and artistic heritage awaits.
Taking it to the bridge
Listen to James Brown and arrive via San Diego Bay Bridge. Did you know that this connection between San Diego and Coronado is curved so that aircraft carriers can pass beneath? Twenty thousand tons of steel were used in the bridge, which was recognized by the American Institute of Steel Construction in 1970.
Take shelter from the fray
The San Diego Wildlife Refuge spans from Jamul to Spring Valley and Chula Vista. Its approximately 11,000 acres are a conservation habitat for flora and fauna, making it an idyllic setting for a trail walk. Wildflowers bloom with sage in the spring on the slopes of the San Miguel and McGinty Mountains. Oak woodlands, winding rivers and grasslands all feature in this scenic landscape.
Coronado's crowning jewels
Lined by both the Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay, Silver Strand is one of the top spots for recreation in Coronado. Come swim, surf, waterski or play volleyball on the three mile-long sandy beach. Or grab your fishing tackle and angle for perch, corbina and yellow-fin croaker!
San Diego Bay
A natural deep water harbor, San Diego Bay is one of the best ports on the West coast. Though Pearl Harbor became the primary (and subsequently famous) naval base, San Diego Bay still holds a special place in naval history as the birthplace of the seaplane. While you're in the area, why not stop in at the sublime Maritime Museum of San Diego?
In 1542 Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo described these atmospheric isles as 'deserted'. They still are, except for the lighthouse-keepers. Located only eight miles from Mexico, they are a haven for wildlife of all kinds, and elephant seals, sea lions and sea otters live happily on Middle Island. Come and watch them play in the surf!
Naval Base Coronado
The largest base in the Southwest United States, this base encompasses eight military facilities, 57,000 acres, and accounts for nearly a third of San Diego County's total workforce. The community is understandably oriented around the base, which offers a huge number of services and benefits for its employees.
Coronado Museum of History and Art
The history and heritage of Coronado are brought to life at this educational center, where you can discover 1880s newspapers, a treasure trove of historical photographs, vintage garments and much more. A vibrant events program includes Wine and Lecture events at the Museum and Walking Tours through Coronado's landmarks.
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