Easy. Elegant. Extraordinary.

Day 1

  • Nothing beats being on the bay behind the wheel a power boat. You don’t need a special license and it doesn’t take up your entire day. Rent a fully disinfected and sanitized boat on your schedule and by the hour from Seaforth Boat Rentals in Glorietta Bay.
  • Coronado’s view of the Pacific is stunning. And you can enjoy the view (away from everyone else) while sharing a pop-up picnic! Savor a shaded sit-down lunch, dinner or just sunset cocktails for two or four. Contactless booking is available from Pop-Up Picnic.

Day 2

  • Coronado Golf Course is known for its scenic fairways and tee boxes. The sweeping views of San Diego Bay and the Coronado Bridge are well worth your time. Golf, by design, is the ultimate sport for safe distancing. Clean clubs and carts are available to rent.
  • Coronado Island is mostly flat which makes it perfect for bicycling. And there’s so much to see, historic homes, the Pacific Ocean and Coronado’s charming downtown. It’s fun, it’s healthy and you can stay a safe distance from others. Rent your disinfected bike at your resort or at Holland’s.

Day 3

  • The best view of the San Diego city skyline is from a kayak (or paddleboard) in San Diego Bay. It’s always sunny and the paddling isn’t difficult. Kayaks and paddleboards are sanitized for your safety. You can rent one or two person kayaks from Bike and Kayak Tours at Coronado Ferry Landing.
  • Close your day by inhaling fresh ocean air during a sunset yoga session on Coronado Beach. It’s a great way to stretch, relax and reflect. And the view isn’t bad either! There’s sunset yoga sessions for all ages and abilities from Island Yoga Coronado.

Day 4

  • One of Coronado’s best kept secrets is the easy hiking along Silver Strand Trail. It’s flat, offers lots of space between you and others and is free! You can also bike, rollerblade or job along the trail. On the trail there’s native foliage and little critters for you to discover.
  • Coronado is blessed with an abundance of art throughout the island. A new mobile app guides you to each piece (75 in all!) and shares its cultural background. You can walk or bike at your own pace. You’ll find the Coronado Public Art App in the app store on your phone.