Usually, a stay in Chula Vista starts at $18 per night.
How many vacation rentals are available in Chula Vista?
You can find 15 available vacation rentals in Chula Vista.
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Chula Vista Information
About Chula Vista
Meaning ‘Beautiful View’ in Spanish, this gorgeous seaside town in California definitely lives up to its name. Nestled beside the San Diego Bay and walkable foothills, Chula Vista is a delight for golfers, beach bums, surfers, art lovers and thrill seekers of all stripes! Chula Vista embodies the laid back, Southern California spirit, maintaining the excitement of a thriving city like San Diego but not getting caught up in any sort of rush or hurry.
Things to do in Chula Vista
Take a boat tour from the marina around sunset, or take a few points off of your score at one of the over 90 golf courses in the Chula Vista and San Diego areas. Learn how to appreciate the area even more at the local Nature Center, where you can observe and learn more about local wildlife, fish, and birds that you’ll see around the bay and foothills. The Sleep Train Amphitheater is home to many plays and concerts, and there is sure to be something good playing at any time of year. The Otay Valley Regional Park offers excellent hiking opportunities opportunities. Downtown, check out the Third Avenue Alehouse, featuring 29 beers on tap and a food truck in back! Go rollerblading with your dog along a beachside park or join a game of pickup volleyball! Locals are known for their friendliness and love for mellow, relaxing days at the beach.
Day Trips Out Of Chula Vista
ATV tours are the perfect way to have a rip roaring good time around the local dunes and fields. Hike the San Miguel Mountain Trail and gaze upon the rolling foothills that surround Chula Vista and the white capped waves that form the gateway to the ocean. Cyclists will enjoy the Otay Lake Bike Trail, which wraps a leisurely 5.3 miles around the lake. Those wanting to lighten up a bit will be thrilled to stop by Torrey Pines Glideport for parasailing and paragliding! If you’re feeling adventurous, you’re very close to the Mexican border and may enjoy spending a day or two south of it. Despite Tijuana’s bad reputation, many tourists enjoy a visit or a homestay with locals to learn more about the lifestyle.
Accommodations in Chula Vista
Tripping.com offers 114 rentals in and near Chula Vista, so whether you’re looking for a modest suite or a lavish vacation home, you’ll be sure to find the perfect place to fit your needs. Look for accommodations near the beach or close to Broadway to be within walking distance from restaurants, shops and bars.
Transportation in Chula Vista
The nearest airport is San Diego International Airport. You can take the 992 or 923 bus from the airport to the UC San Diego Blue Line train which will take you to downtown Chula Vista. Cabs and Ubers are also popular ways to get downtown from the airport and getting around town - and Uber and Lyft offer very competitive pricing in this area. If you’d like to explore many beaches in Southern California, be sure to consider renting a car so that you can explore them with ease.