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Located in the Sea Cliff neighborhood of San Francisco outside the Golden Gate, this cove is tucked between Baker Beach & Land's End. Offering spectacular views of Marin Headlands and The Golden Gate this cove of sand is good place for sunbathing...more
I have been going to this beach for 50 years and it has not changed much since the summer of '69. It is a nice little isolated cove hidden within a posh residential neighbourhood in Western San Francisco. I have been to many bigger, sunnier,...More
Though very small, the beach does boast great ocean views. You’d better come early as possible because the space may not accommodate many people.
Around the beach there was a neighborhood of beautiful mansions, which was a fantastic view to appreciate too, if you are...More
Limited parking for this beach, plus you need to walk down a set of stairs. Beach offers very cool views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Fran coastline. Also, there are little coves to the left of the beach which were interesting, especially for...More
You can't do one without doing the other-the Palace of Legion of Honor (now merely called Legion of Honor) is one of the most wonderful museums in San Francisco and a superlative location.
China Beach is right there.
Those are very easy to get to...More
Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful!!!!
A definite must see. I have been visiting this beach for 30+ years and it is as beautiful and pristine now as it was 30+ years ago. I would suggest bringing a picnic lunch and plan on spending an amazing, romantic, and...More
Located in one of the most expensive residential areas in San Francisco, Sea Cliff, China Beach is a small cove with a beach that allows swimming. There is limited free parking above the cove and a moderately steep walk down to the beach. Views of...More
The Internet says there are tide pools at China beach at low tide well not really tide pools, puddles of water in the rocks with mollusks but nothing else. but it is a neat beach to see with a view of the Golden gate Bridge....More
On our last full day in sf (a Saturday on a holiday weekend), we wanted to get out of downtown to get away from the crowds. We took an Uber from Union Square out to China Beach (not a short drive, but still less than...More