Sunset Cliffs is known to be one of locals favorite hot-spots to watch the Sunset. Admire the stunning view of the Pacific while standing on top of a 40-foot cliff above the beach. If you are lucky enough, you will have the chance to spot some whales swimming around the ocean. This sunset spot is also situated in a 68-acre natural park which is worth visiting with your date.
Take a hike around the splendid natural landscapes with its fantastic scenery and visit the Annie’s Canyon Trail. These naturally eroding sandstone walls have been sculpted by the water over time to create the unique shapes they are in today. You will remain mesmerized by the views facing the ocean and the San Elijo Lagoon along this .25 mile loop trail.
This nationally renowned fine arts museum will provide you with endless galleries to admire. The museum is home to diverse collections that range from European old masters, 19th and 20th-century art, new works of modernism, and much more. This museum may also offer you the chance to join in on Valentine’s event, such as an evening tour with live music or an art workshop.
The beauty of San Diego is that the climate can be temperate even in February. Spend an afternoon walking around Balboa Park, the nation’s largest urban cultural park. Plan a picnic around the beautifully cultivated gardens and the stunning architectural buildings that surround them.
The Maritime Museum offers you the chance to climb on board of the Californian or San Salvador boat and take a three-hour picturesque tour of San Diego. You will see the main landmarks, the city skyline, and encounter the wildlife while sipping on champagne.