Coronado, known as Coronado Island, lies on a peninsula connected to the mainland and is listed as one of the most expensive places to reside in the United States.Coronado is home to some of San Diego’s most stunning beaches with their gentle surf, sparkling sand and charming small-town feel.Coronado was voted #1 beach in the United States for 2012 by Dr. Beach. The city is most known for their two famous structures, the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and the historic Hotel Del Coronado.
Within the city you will see many elegant gardens, unique shops, many exquisite dining options and antique mansions. You may find yourself spending the day relaxing on the beach, riding your bike down the 16-mile boardwalk, sailing or taking a stroll down Orange Avenue, which is lined with shops, galleries, theaters, and the Coronado Historical Museum. There is also a low cost Ferry service that is offered from the landing across the bay to Seaport Village. Coronado’s’ schools are all directed by the Coronado Unified School District, which receives praise for their high quality educational