La Jolla, one of San Diego's premier luxury residential and resort communities, lies on 7 miles of beautiful coastline in Coastal San Diego. La Jolla has a fairly large population of 43,000 residents, but maintains its charming, pleasant small town feel that it is famous for. This charming community is famous for its rugged and beautiful coastline of grand ocean bluffs, long white beaches, deep canyons, and rolling hillsides. Because of its diversity and spectacular living standards, La Jolla has become one of the most desirable places in to live in San Diego County.
With an average temperature of 70 degrees and pleasant year round climate, La Jolla residents and tourists enjoy nice weather all year. La Jolla is an elite community featuring upscale shopping and dining opportunities, foreign and unique boutiques, and delicious gourmet eateries. The main street of La Jolla is Prospect Street and is dotted with upscale and elite shopping entertainment, and dining opportunities. In addition to these opportunities, La Jolla also houses a significant amount of the nation's bio technology companies within its borders.
La Jolla K-12 student residents are served by the San Diego City Schools District that operates superb institutes. Many residents, however, choose to send their children to the many religious or private institutes in the area. For higher learning, La Jolla is the resident location of the University of California at San Diego, the Salk Institute, and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Because of its beautiful beaches, La Jolla's beach scene is a part of daily life for residents. Favorite destinations include La Jolla Cove, La Jolla Shores, Black�s Beach, Windansea Beach, and Wipeout Beach. La Jolla is also the home of the Torrey Pines Golf Course, which is located along La Jolla's rugged coastline and hosts numerous PGA events year-round.