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Welcome to Coronado

Coastal elegance and resort-style living in a stunning San Diego enclave
Candy-colored skies ablaze with the setting sun, the silhouette of palm trees tower against the horizon, and the soft whisper of waves crash along the sandy shore in Coronado, a seaside paradise. One of San Diego’s most coveted towns, Coronado is a narrow swath of gorgeous beach jutting out into the San Diego Bay. The sweeping ocean vistas provide some of the best views in Southern California, and the water serves as a playground for outdoor adventurers. This breezy, affluent town strikes the perfect balance between effortless elegance and lavish living, offering residents an idyllic place to live well.
Coronado properties shine the brightest out of all of San Diego’s stunning real estate gems. The expertly preserved historic homes here evoke the grandeur of a bygone era, while the lavish oceanfront estates take the idea of luxury to dizzying heights. Some of the area’s most sought-after communities include Coronado Shores, Coronado Village, and Coronado Cays, all of which share the same spectacular scenery and the same fashionable zip code.

What to Love

  • Ocean views and pristine beaches
  • Exclusive resorts and lavish amenities
  • Excellent schools and private academies
  • Grand estates and epic sunsets

Local Lifestyle

Resort living is at its best in Coronado, and residents reap the rewards. You will often find locals teeing up on the golf course or enjoying a leisurely brunch under the swaying palm trees. Sunsets here are sublime, and the silky, sugar-white beaches are perfect for lounging the afternoon away under the sun.

Coronado residents love their pups, and morning jogs on the beach with the family dog are a common sight here. Part of Coronado’s charm is its laid-back, small-town feel, and residents are quick to offer a warm smile and friendly wave to passersby — usually from their bike or golf cart, modes of transportation favored by locals.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

Considering Coronado was built on the ambitions of a first-class hotel and resort, there is little wonder that the town now boasts an equally impressive culinary scene. Situated in the glittering Hotel del Coronado, the ornate Crown Room Brunch serves a luxe brunch, while Stake Chophouse & Bar creates the ultimate supper club experience.

The bright, airy dining room and harbor vistas at Peohe’s serve as the perfect backdrop to the impeccable menu of fresh seafood and chef-driven delights. Alfresco dining takes advantage of the spectacular views, while the inventive sushi menu pampers the palate.

Things to Do

Sun and surf take center stage in balmy Coronado, and outdoor recreation is high on the list of things to do in this charming beach town. An iconic San Diego spot, the Hotel del Coronado is considered the city center, and with good reason — Coronado grew up around the Del, as locals call it, and embraced the life of luxury the hotel exemplified. This swanky landmark entertains the town with holiday light shows, winter ice skating, and wellness services.

Nestled on the bay side of the peninsula, the Coronado Municipal Golf Course offers a championship course and sweeping waterfront views, along with a national ranking as one of the best courses in the nation. Coronado Beach is, of course, a popular destination, and this canine-friendly town even sports its own little resort of sorts for pups — the Coronado Beach & Dog Park, a haven that invites residents to splash with their dogs and enjoy off-leash play time along a waterfront dog run.


Coronado families benefit from the highly acclaimed Coronado Unified School District, as well as several excellent private schools, including:


Overview for CORONADO, CA

19,672 people live in CORONADO, where the median age is 41.7 and the average individual income is $68,608. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

41.7 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for CORONADO, CA

CORONADO has 7,147 households, with an average household size of 2.41. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in CORONADO do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 19,672 people call CORONADO home. The population density is 2,558.07 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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54.97 / 45.03%

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Schools in CORONADO, CA

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The following schools are within or nearby CORONADO. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Silver Strand Elementary
K - 5th
Christ Church Day School
K - 6th
No rating available
Coronado Middle
6th - 8th
Coronado Village Elementary
K - 5th
Sacred Heart Parish School
K - 8th
No rating available
9th - 12th
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