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Price and Availability Index Mission Beach
Vacation Rental Price Information in Mission Beach
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Mission Beach. It is during a week of June (6/22 - 6/29) that you will find the highest prices for the next 12 months. On average, the most interesting prices are in a week of January (1/19 - 1/26) as the average price is only $290 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Mission Beach
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. Be careful if you plan to go to Mission Beach in August, as it comprises the busiest week of the next 12 months (8/18 - 8/25). Conversely, it is in November (11/24 - 12/1) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather in Mission Beach
Find the Mission Beach climate diagram. In September maximum temperatures go higher than 78°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 50° low. It may rain 9 days in January while it typically rains only 1 days in June.
With Mission Beach vacation rentals you experience the real California
Located just north of San Diego, Mission Beach is the perfect place for your next family vacation. Surrounded by Pacific Beach to the north, San Diego River Estuary to the south, and Mission Bay Park to the east, the area boasts an impressive lineup of awesome attractions. A major highlight in this community is Sea World. Loved by all vacationers, and located in Mission Bay Park, this animal themed park and oceanarium is well worth a visit. The Belmont Amusement Park is also a favorite among visitors. It still features attractions that were part of the original 1925 park. A Mission Beach vacation rental will ensure you are close to the beach, Belmont Park, Mission Bay, and other attractions the area has to offer.
Making your way to idyllic Mission Beach
Driving to Mission Beach is certainly the best option. If you want to arrive at Mission Bay Park, rent a car and take the exit on Interstate 5 and continue west. As you move south on Ingraham Street, you will come to Mission Bay Park.
Using Interstate 8, you will reach the south end of Mission Bay. Here, you will have to take the west exit and continue north to reach Mission Beach. If you prefer public transport, hop onto an MTS bus going on line 8 and you will arrive here in one piece. If flying, the San Diego International Airport is just a short drive away.
Climate that enhances the appeal of Mission Beach
When you vacation here, expect mild, sunny weather throughout the year. This way, it becomes a pleasure to stay at your Mission Beach vacation home, as the coast is never too far away.
The temperatures from January to August range between 57°F and 72°F. Therefore, this is the best time to book your Mission Beach vacation rental. The pleasant climate makes leisurely strolls and sightseeing a pleasure. With minimal rain and no snowfall, winter months are enjoyable too.
Highlights of Mission Beach
While a walk along the sands that hug the ocean is an attraction by itself, there are other sights to keep you glued to the place. Belmont Park, an amusement park in Mission Beach, attracts crowds from all over the world. It is an ideal spot to sit and take in the awe-inspiring surroundings. This is where you can catch a glimpse the true Californian lifestyle. A ride on the second-oldest wooden rollercoaster in the U.S. will have you screaming with glee.
You will also find numerous opportunities for surfing, kayaking, and boating. If you love being on the water, climb aboard the Bahia Belle. This Mississippi-style paddleboat will take you on a lovely cruise around the bay, and features an early evening, family-friendly before turning into a floating nightclub after dark. The Bahia Belle sets sail from Santa Barbara Cove, which is easily accessible from your Mission Beach vacation rental.
Nightlife in Mission Beach
The variety of nightlife in Mission Beach will blow you away. If you like to be close to the action, you can book your Mission Beach vacation home close to the vibrant nightclubs, restaurants and bars. If you like getting out at night, you will love the Aero Club. With a well-stocked bar, this is the perfect place to play some pool or just meet up with friends in a relaxing, spacious setting.
The Sandbar Grill is the place to dig into sumptuous food. Or, you can choose to drink, dance or just enjoy the ambience. Locals and visitors alike frequent the grill, making it a great place to feel at home in Mission Beach.
Events you shouldn’t miss in Mission Beach
The Great Pyramid Race and Country Fair, held mid-August, includes a race, a masquerade party, activities for kids plus other fun events that you and the family will enjoy.
The Mission Beach Monster Market is another attraction that you have to experience. Held on the last Sunday of every month, the market is a labyrinth of food stalls, quirky jewelry, beautiful crafts and more. In fact, you will find everything you need in the market, even souvenirs. It is bound to make your stay in your Mission Beach vacation rental a memorable one.
Self-catering in Mission Beach
If you want to get in touch with your inner chef, Mission Beach vacation rentals will give you ample opportunity to test your culinary skills. Just make sure you buy your ingredients from the local market. Open on the first and third Sunday of every month, the market is a treasure trove of fresh produce and food, along with clothing and even plants.
Mission Beach and its myriad of attractions.
The most famous landmark of the Mission Beach coastline, the Giant Dipper is an old-style roller coaster that will still thrill you with its speed, views and night-time light show.
Whale Watching Cruise
Spot a gargantuan humpback whale, a playful dolphin pod or a pilot whale group on your tour, which includes freshly baked muffins and a whole lot of fun marine biology facts.
Mission Beach Boardwalk
For three and a half miles, the palm-lined boardwalk bridges the beach and the city of San Diego. You'll find any number of restaurants, shops and attractions along its sunny length.
South Mission Beach
Kick back at this idyllic grass park with a soft sandy beach, filled with picnic tables, volleyball nets and basketball courts.
There's no end to the attractions at this oceanfront amusement park. Enjoy wave machine swimming, rides and flumes, plus fitness studios, restaurants and bars.
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