Sunset Cliffs, San Diego, California
Sunset CliffsÂ is a neighborhood inÂ Point Loma, San Diego, California. It is bordered by theÂ Pacific OceanÂ on the west,Â Ocean BeachÂ on the north, Catalina Blvd. and Santa Barbara St. on the east, and Sunset Cliffs Natural Park on the south.
The area is named for the sheer cliffs which border the ocean. Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a public shoreline park which includes the entire strip of land immediately adjacent to the ocean, as well as a larger area of undeveloped park and nature preserve on the south side of the area.Â There are surfing spots below the cliffs. The cliffside trails are popular for walking and for watching the sunset, but are undeveloped and can be dangerous. A woman died in a fall from the cliffs in December 2008, and other falls have resulted in injuries.
The main street of the area is Sunset Cliffs Blvd. The neighborhood is almost entirely residential, with curved contour-following streets and custom homes. A small commercial strip is found along the northern end of Sunset Cliffs Blvd. running into Ocean Beach. The area contains Sunset View Elementary School, part of theÂ San Diego City Schools, as well as a private elementary school called Warren-Walker School.