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Windansea Beach

Windansea Beach The rocky shore of Windansea Beach (6800 Neptune Place) is perhaps best known for its beautiful scenery and surf breaks created by underwater reefs. Sandstone rocks act as partitions along the beach offering a secluded atmosphere for sunbathing.

Much of the beach at Windansea experiences shorebreak, a condition on steep beaches which results in hard breaking surf right at the shoreline. Swimmers should enter and exit the water carefully to prevent spinal injuries.

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This beach has separate water areas reserved by ordinance for swimming and surfing.

Surfing can be excellent at Windansea, but the popular surf breaks are very concentrated and can become quite crowded. Novice surfers may wish to consider La Jolla Shores instead.

Scuba: This is not a good beach for scuba diving, due primarily to the shorebreak.

Restrooms and Showers:
There are no public restrooms or showers at this beach or anywhere in the vicinity.
Public Transit:
Call San Diego Transit at (619) 233-3004 for buses that serve this beach.

The public parking lot has only 18 spaces. The only other parking is on street in a residential are



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Last modified: 20101006
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