Cabrillo Tide Pools in San Diego, California 

Location: Cabrillo National Monument

Click here for Cabrillo National Monument Website

Went back to my old stomping grounds of San Diego, CA (where I grew up). I lived in San Diego since about 6 years old through college. Before then I lived in England for the first portion of my life (my parents are British) but am so very glad they decided to move to America and call California home. 🌊☀️

Dress is Christy Dawn from Prism Boutique and shawl from Urban Outfitters

Exploring the tide pools. There are so many cute crabs all around the tide pools, thousands. I suggest bringing your bathing suit and some water shoes (so you don’t hurt your feet on the rocks while exploring) and getting into the water for a better look 👀🦀. 

Dress from Urban Outfitters and hat from Prism Boutique 👗👒

🐚🦀 one of the many crabs

There are hills, stairs, and climbs. This location is awesome for a simple day hike as well. A great place to get some exercise and bask in the breathtaking views. 

Dress from Urban Outfitters bracelet vintage Chanel from Tradesy and Prada shoes from Decades. Rings are miscellaneous from my collection. 

The monument reservation area is $10 to visit but well worth it as you get to see the tide pools, the Cabrillo National Monument, the Lighthouse, and stunning views from the pacific to the memorizing downtown San Diego skyline, and even all the way to Mexico.  
Thanks for reading and be sure to check back for more soon! ❥

17 thoughts on “Cabrillo Tide Pools in San Diego, California 

  1. I think it’s amazing Crystal! So happy to see your blog, you are a talented girl and beautiful inside & outside. Love you ♡ –

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  2. Would love to visit there, thanks for posting as I’ll continue to read and support you! I can at least visit thru your amazing photos!!


  3. Astonishing rock crops in first and final pictures, it looks unique in so much as one of a kind. A kind spirit such as yours can uplift us even further if you are able to write comments along with us to your own blog(if possible), love to here the addenda to the commenters. I’m glad this place is a spiritual trip for you I’m interested as to when you’ll make a back for another day trip, I wonder how such splendor can be considered revisitable and ascend to even repeaticious betterment, this may allow for us viewers a second opinion, interesting to what the web weaves in its reveals over time fluxes. Peace love happiness joy and laughter.


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