Visit Solana Beach, CA near San Diego and Hike on Annie’s Canyon Trail, Have lunch at Pizza Port & Discover Cedros Avenue & The Belly up Tavern!

Jaycation visits Solana Beach and discovers the many outdoor activities tourists and locals can do in this beautiful San Diego Beach Town. Jay Jay starts off at the San Elijo Lagoon and visits Annie’s Canyon Trail. After a nice hike we dine at the original Pizza Port for lunch for some slices! After we hop on the skateboard to Fletcher Cove to enjoy some amazing views of the beach and take in the beauty of San Diego. From Fletcher Cove we skate over to Cedros Avenue, Solana Beach’s famous Design district full of home decorating stores, designer clothes brands and a few quaint coffee shops! The famous venue the Belly Up Tavern also happens to be on Cedros!

We end the video skating passed the Solana Beach Train Station then head over to South Cardiff to end the video!

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*Places Visited in Solana Beach*
Annie’s Canyon Trail

Pizza Port

Belly Up Tavern

Chief’s Burgers and Brew

Solana Beach

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