The Cedros Experience is Like No Other
Set your sights on Cedros, the heart and soul of Solana Beach. This unique experience is well within your reach, whether you are a coastal local or adventurous visitor. San Diegans should show themselves around this special spot often and take advantage of its in-town treasures. A scenic ride via train to the Solana Beach station will have you there in no time to experience the culture of the Cedros community.
Stroll Cedros to find something special at one of the district’s distinctive retailers that are sure to speak to your style—eclectic, ultra-modern or antique. The iconic avenue offers everything from endless entertainment options, specialty shops and epicurean eateries to indulgent salons, day spas and yoga or Pilates studios. Cedros even has hot spots that suit what you like to sip…whether it’s espresso, sauvignon blanc or micro-brewed suds.
Did you know…
- In the early 1900s, there were almost no people in Solana Beach—just farms that grew grains and lima beans
- The land to develop Solana Beach was purchased for only a little over $40,000 in 1922
- Bing Crosby once lived in a restored adobe off of today’s Via de la Valle
- “Solana” is of Spanish and Latin origin and loosely translated means “sunny spot”
Solana Beach Farmer’s Market on Cedros Avenue, open every Sunday!
North County San Diego’s Premier Certified Farmer’s Market.
Food Court opens at noon & Market from 1:00 – 5:00 pm