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The Cave Store in La Jolla, California

The Cave Store in La Jolla is the easiest way to visit Sunny Jim Cave, the largest sea cave in town. Another way is to kayak here from La Jolla Shores Beach where you can rent kayaks or join a guided tour to this cave and many others. The Cave Store is a must-see if you haven’t been there before. They have lots of items for sale and on display for curious folks. Kids love this place. They charge a small fee to descend the stairs that lead down into the cool damp dark cave, but it’s worth it if you aren’t paddling the shoreline for access. Trails near the store lead to incredible views from the point above the caves. The La Jolla Coast Walk Trail follows the bluff to the north starting at the Cave Store.

Address
1325 Coast Blvd
La Jolla, CA 92037
Phone
858-459-0746
URL
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