Anything having to do with water tops the list of activities. Whether your passion is a morn-ing kayak ride, a day sportfishing with your buddies, or tackling a full sail of wind on the bay or ocean, Point Loma is your utopia.In addition, a convenient public launching ramp is just a few blocks away.

Local marinas feature charter fishing boats offer easy half day trips to adventurous week long excursions.

If golf is high on your list of activities you love living at Bellamar offers one great perk.

As a San Diego city homeowner you qualify for special reduced resident green fees at city operated golf courses including beautiful Balboa Park Golf Course, night-lighted Mission Bay Golf Course and the U.S. Open host — Torrey Pines North and South. When you venture out, San Diego county offers nearly 100 courses to test every skill level.

Miles of coastal walkways, sandy beaches and trails will keep you outdoors and fit whether you prefer to walk, jog or peddle your way around the peninsula. Picnic areas are also nearby and are the perfect place to watch a glorious west coast sunset.

On the western side of Point Loma lies the rocky inter-tidal zone, a window into the ocean ecosystem that lies along of San Diego’s coast. The Point Loma tide pools are one of the great natural wonders of the San Diego area and never fail to captivate the interest of kids and visitors.

The central feature of Cabrillo National Monument atop the Point Loma Peninsula is the Old Point Loma Lighthouse, which was erected by the U.S. Government in 1855. It is the highest lighthouse in the world. The structure has been restored and is now a museum and, more importantly, a coveted California landmark.

And what is a trip to Point Loma without a visit to Ocean Beach, the neighboring community on the peninsulaʼs north end. Dubbed “the city that stood still” it is an eclectic mix of antique stores, throwback bars, surf shops and urban hip. Home to hippies, students, long time residents and liberal thinkers, OB is a classic.