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Location in the contiguous United States Coordinates: 32°57′18″N 117°15′50″W  /  32.95500°N 117.26389°W  / 32.95500; -117.26389 Coordinates: 32°57′18″N 117°15′50″W  /  32.95500°N 117.26389°W  / 32.95500; -117.26389 Country United States State California County San Diego Incorporated July 15, 1959 [1] Government 92014 Area code(s) 858 FIPS code 06-18506 GNIS feature ID 1656480 Website www .delmar .ca .us Del Mar ( Spanish pronunciation: [del ˈmaɾ]; Spanish for "Of the Sea") is a beach town in San Diego County, California, located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean.

Established in 1885 as a seaside resort, the city incorporated in 1959. The Del Mar Horse Races are hosted del mar the Del Mar racetrack every summer. In 1885, Colonel Jacob Taylor purchased 338 acres (1.37 km 2) from Enoch Talbert, with visions of del mar a seaside resort for the rich and famous. [6] The United States Navy operated a Naval Auxiliary Air Facility for blimps at Del Mar during World War II. [7] The population was 3,954 at the 2020 census, up from 4,161 at the 2010 census.

[5] The town has a wealthy population along the coast and the bluffs above the ocean. However, these properties are very vulnerable to climate change caused sea level rise and subsequent coastal erosion.

Already transportation infrastructure has been under threat. The city has a Climate change adaptation plan that notably doesn't have any managed retreat strategy even though it was recommended by the state California Coastal Commission in 2019. [8] [9] Contents • 1 History • 2 Geography • 2.1 Climate • 3 Demographics • 3.1 2010 • 3.2 2000 • 3.3 Current estimates • 4 Government • del mar Education • 6 Transportation • 7 Environmental issues • 7.1 Climate change • 8 Attractions • 9 Notable people • 10 In popular culture • 11 References • 12 External links History [ edit ] The historic Mission Revival style Canfield-Wright House.

Del Mar was first settled in the early 1880s by Theodore M. Loop, a railroad official, and his wife Ella. Ella gave the site its name, inspired by Bayard Taylor's poem "The Fight of Paso del Mar". [10] In 1885, Del Mar was officially founded after another settler, "Colonel" Jacob Taylor, purchased the land from homesteader Enoch Talbert. [11] Geography [ edit ] Del Mar is one of only two locations where the Torrey Pine tree naturally occurs. The Torrey Pine is the rarest pine in the United States; only two populations of this endangered species exist, in Del Mar and on Santa Rosa Island.

[12] The Soledad Valley at the south of Del Mar severs two colony segments. Del mar the southern edge of Del Mar is the Los Peñasquitos Lagoon. To the north is the San Dieguito Lagoon and the San Dieguito River, which empties into the Pacific Ocean at Del Mar.

The bluffs along Del Mar's south beach are subject to collapse. [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.8 square miles (4.7 km 2), of which 1.7 square miles (4.4 km 2) of it is land and 0.1 square miles (0.26 km 2) of it (3.94%) is water. Climate [ edit ] Del Mar's climate is considered mediterranean-subtropical with warm, dry summers and mild, humid winters.

Temperatures exceed 85 °F (29 °C) only on a few occasions throughout the year and rarely drop below 41 °F (5 °C). The average yearly temperature in Del Mar is approximately 65 °F (18 °C). Demographics [ edit ] Historical population Census Pop.

%± 1960 3,124 — 1970 3,956 26.6% 1980 5,017 26.8% 1990 4,860 −3.1% 2000 4,389 −9.7% 2010 4,161 −5.2% 2020 3,954 −5.0% U.S.

Decennial Census [20] 2010 [ edit ] The 2010 United States Census [21] reported that Del Mar had a population of 4,161. The population density was 2,341.9 people per square mile (904.2 per km 2). The racial makeup of Del Mar was 3,912 (94.0%) White, 10 (0.2%) African American, eight (0.2%) Native American, 118 (2.8%) Asian, three (0.1%) Pacific Islander, 25 (0.6%) from other races, and 85 (2.0%) from two or more races.

Hispanic or Latino of any race were 175 people (4.2%). There were 2,064 households, with 340 del mar having del mar under the age of 18, and 927 (44.9%) with opposite-sex married couples living together, 114 (5.5%) had a female householder with no husband present, 57 (2.8%) had a male householder with no wife present. Del mar were 124 (6.0%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 19 (0.9%) same-sex married couples or partnerships.

There were 707 households (34.3%) comprising one individual, and 209 (10.1%) comprising one individual 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.02. There were 1,098 families (53.2% of all households); the average family size was 2.57. The population comprised del mar people (13.6%) under the age of 18, 205 people (4.9%) aged 18 to 24, 1,071 people (25.7%) aged 25 to 44, 1,455 people (35.0%) aged 45 to 64, and 866 people (20.8%) who were 65 years of age or older.

The median age was 48.6 years. For every 100 females, there were 102.1 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 101.1 males. There were 2,596 housing units at an average density of 1,461.1 per square mile (564.1 per km 2), of which 1,113 (53.9%) del mar owner-occupied, and 951 (46.1%) were occupied by renters.

The homeowner vacancy rate was 2.6%; the rental vacancy rate was 7.9%. Of the population, 2,398 people (57.6% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 1,763 people (42.4%) lived in rental housing units.

2000 [ edit ] The 2000 census, [22] reported 4,389 people, 2,178 households, and 1,083 families residing in the city, with an average family size of 2.61.

The age distribution was reported as 13.6% under the age of 18, 5.4% from 18 to 24, 33.1% from 25 to 44, 33.8% from 45 to 64, and 14.1% who were 65 years of age or older.

The median age was 44 years. For every 100 females, there were 105.0 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 105.0 males. The median income for a household in the city was $120,001, and the median income for a family was $130,270.

Males had a median income of $81,250 versus $70,069 for females. The per capita income for the city was $92,425. About 7.8% of families and 8.7% of the population were below the poverty line, including 18.6% of those under age 18 and 8.5% of those age 65 or over.

Current estimates [ edit ] According to the San Diego Association of Governments, the estimated population of Del Mar as of January 1, 2018, was 4,322, with 2.08 persons per household and del mar median household income of $129,880 (not adjusted for inflation).

When adjusted for inflation (2010 dollars; comparable to Census data above), the median household income was $115,179. Government [ edit ] The City of Del Mar is governed by a city council of five elected representatives. Each year a new mayor is chosen from among the councilmembers.

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{INSERTKEYS} [23] In 2020, councilmember and UCSD Professor Terry Gaasterland was selected as mayor. [24] In the California State Legislature, Del Mar is in the 39th Senate District, represented by Democrat Toni Atkins, and in the 78th Assembly District, represented by Democrat Chris Ward. [25] In the United States House of Representatives, Del Mar is in California's 49th congressional district, represented by Democrat Mike Levin.

[26] Education [ edit ] Del Mar is served by the Del Mar Union School District, which includes eight K–8 schools. High school education is provided by the San Dieguito Union High School District. {/INSERTKEYS}

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Transportation [ edit ] The North County Transit District operates their BREEZE bus service. The historic Del Mar station once served passengers on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Surf Line and the Amtrak San Diegan intercity service between the early 1900s until its closure in 1995, due to the opening of the new Solana Beach station two miles north.

That station provides Coaster commuter rail and Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner service.

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This trainline is the second busiest passenger rail corridor in the United States. [27] Environmental issues [ edit ] Climate change [ edit ] Much of the population is on the coast and nearby bluff which are vulnerable to sea level rise caused by climate change. [28] In 2019, the city refused to develop a managed retreat strategy for moving infrastructure and population del mar from the water. [8] [28] This decision was made against the recommendation of the California Coastal Commission.

[28] [9] Instead the city is planning on using other climate change adaptation strategies, such as seawalls and beach nourishment. [28] [8] [9] The railroad tracks were built adjacent to coastal bluffs some 40 feet (12 m) above the beach. San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is conducting a $3 million study on relocating the rail line farther inland through the city.

[29] On August 16, 2020, the California Coastal Commission emphasized the need to move the railroad tracks inland due to the persistent coastal erosion which eats away at the bluff each year. The accelerating rate of sea level rise due to global warming adds urgency to the issue. [27] [30] A tunnel under Del Mar which would cost more than $3 billion is being considered. [30] Attractions [ edit ] Powerhouse Del mar, Del Mar • Del Mar racetrack, held live during the summer and now the fall at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

The fairgrounds also hosts the satellite del mar facility Surfside Race Place throughout the year when races are not live. [31] • San Diego County Fair • Torrey Pines State Del mar • Powerhouse Community Center • Del Mar Antique Show, held three times a year for over 50 years on the Del Mar Fairgrounds • North Beach Area (29th Street to Solana Beach border), also known as "Dog Beach".

Notable people [ edit ] • Desi Arnaz maintained a residence in North Del Mar on the beach west of Highway 101 near the Del Mar Racetrack after his divorce from Lucille Ball. He was arrested once for brandishing a firearm and ordering people off of his beach area. He resided there until his death. • Burt Bacharach, songwriter, has a beach residence in north Del Mar. • Gary Beck radio DJ lived on top of Del Mar Heights in the early 70's on Mission Carmel Cove.

• Drew Brees, quarterback of the New Orleans Saints. • Rachel Buehler, defender for the United States women's national soccer team. • Martin Cooper, conceived the first handheld mobile phone. • Tom DeLonge, guitarist and founding del mar of the pop-punk band Blink-182, rock band Angels & Airwaves, and punk rock band Box Car Racer.

• Jimmy Durante, lived on the beach for many years and has a street named after him.

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• Steve Fisher, former head basketball coach at San Diego State University, resident since 1999. • Rachael Flatt, former figure skater, 2010 Olympian, 2010 US Champion, three-time US silver medalist and 2008 World Junior Champion, was born in Del Mar. • Terry Gaasterland, professor of biology at UCSD, serves on the Del Mar City Council and served as its mayor.

[32] • Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, has a vacation residence on Del Mar beach. [33] • Craig Taro Gold, author, entrepreneur and entertainer, was raised in Del Mar del mar attended Torrey Pines High School. • Tony Hawk, skateboarder and business entrepreneur, was raised in Del Mar. • Kristin Hayter, singer-songwriter • Gary E. Jacobs, businessman, philanthropist, minority owner in the Sacramento Kings, founder of the Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High Charter School, and owner of the Lake Elsinore Storm, lives in Del Mar.

• Sara Jacobs, US Congresswoman • Nate Kaeding, former San Diego Chargers placekicker. • Charles David Keeling, American scientist known for the Keeling Curve, and Chairman of the Citizen Task Force responsible for developing the City of Del Mar's Community Plan (General Plan) adopted in 1976. • George R. Lunn, former US Congressman and Lt. Governor of New Del mar. • William Murray, American fiction editor and staff writer at The New Yorker for more than thirty years and author of numerous fiction and nonfiction work, including a series of mystery novels with a racetrack setting, spent the majority of his later years living in Del Mar.

[34] • George Emil Palade, Nobel Prize winner. • Carson Palmer, former NFL quarterback. • Ardem Patapoutian, 2021 Nobel Prize laureate, lives in Del Mar. [35] • Steve Perry, former lead singer of the rock del mar Journey, lives in Del Mar. • Madeleine A.

Pickens, along with her deceased husband Allen Paulson owned a home in Del Mar overlooking the Del Mar Racetrack. She currently owns a home on the beach in Del Mar. [36] • Tristan Prettyman, singer-songwriter. • Zandra Rhodes, celebrity fashion designer, splits her time between homes in Del Mar and London.

[37] • Aaron Rodgers, quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. • Willie Shoemaker, jockey, lived in North Del Mar on beach west of US 101 near Del Mar Racetrack. • Garrett Stubbs, baseball player. [38] • Norv Turner, former head coach of the San Diego Chargers. In popular culture [ edit ] • In 1966, winners of a KHJ radio station contest rode with members of The Monkees band on a train from Del Mar, which had been renamed 'Clarksville' for the day by the town's mayor.

[39] • Del Mar is the first surfing location mentioned in the 1963 Beach Boys song " Surfin' U.S.A." • Tip on a Dead Crab (Viking Press 1984), William Murray's first mystery in the Shifty Lou Anderson series, is set at Del Mar's racetrack. [40] References [ edit ] • ^ "California Cities by Incorporation Date". California Association of Local Agency Formation Commissions.

Archived from the original (Word) on November 3, 2014. Retrieved August 25, 2014. • ^ "Dwight Worden becomes del Mar mayor".

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December 15, 2021. • ^ "2020 U.S. Gazetteer Files". Del mar States Census Bureau. Retrieved October 30, 2021.

• ^ "Del Mar". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved April 9, 2015. • ^ a b "Census Data: Del Mar city". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved July 14, 2021. • ^ "Del Mar city history". Archived from the original on October 27, 2008. Retrieved February 8, 2012. • ^ "U.S. Naval Activities World War II by State".

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Patrick Clancey. Retrieved March 19, 2012. • ^ a b c Diehl, Phil (October 8, 2019). "Del Mar will stand its ground against managed retreat". San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved January 3, 2021. • ^ a b c News, Anne C. Mulkern,E&E. "Coastal City Refuses to Retreat". Scientific American. Retrieved January 3, 2021.

• ^ Bright, William (1998).

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1500 California Place Names: Their Origin and Meaning. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. • ^ Eric (August 1, 2008). "History of Del Mar". Del Mar times. Archived from the original on September 29, 2020. Retrieved February 9, 2021. • ^ C. Michael Hogan (2008). Torrey Pine: Pinus torreyana, Globaltwitcher, ed. Nicklas Stromberg [1] Archived May 25, 2012, at the Wayback Machine • ^ Riggins, Alex; Warth, Gary; Grad, Shelby (August 3, 2019).

"Encinitas beach cliff collapse that killed 3 women part of larger California coast crisis". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on August 4, 2019. Retrieved July 20, del mar. {{ cite news}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL ( link) • ^ Xia, Rosanna (August 9, 2019). "A cliff collapse. Three deaths. More bluff failures expected with rising seas". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved August 13, 2019. • ^ SMITH, Joshua Emerson (December 16, 2018).

"Officials press forward with emergency plan following string of collapses at Del Mar bluffs". Del Mar Times. Retrieved September 3, 2019. • ^ Diehl, Phil (July 28, 2019). "Del Mar is weak link in San Diego's coastal railroad".

Del Mar Times. Retrieved September 3, 2019. • ^ Smith, Joshua Emerson; Robbins, Gary (November 30, 2019). "Bluff collapses within steps of passenger train tracks in Del Mar after heavy rains". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on December 3, 2019. Retrieved July 20, 2020. {{ cite news}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL ( link) • ^ Smith, Joshua Emerson (January 28, 2020).

"To prevent rail line collapse, San Diego area spends $10 million to repair Del Mar bluffs". Los Angeles Times del mar. Retrieved January 29, 2020. • ^ Rott, Nate (December 4, 2018). "Retreat Is Not An Option Del mar A California Beach Town Plans For Rising Seas". New Hampshire Public Radio. Retrieved May 5, 2020. • ^ "Census of Population and Housing". Retrieved June 4, 2015. • ^ "2010 Census Interactive Population Search: CA - Del Mar city". U.S. Census Bureau.

Archived from the original on July del mar, 2014. Retrieved July 12, 2014. • ^ "American FactFinder: Del Mar city, California". United States Census Bureau .

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Del mar June 9, 2014. [ dead link] • ^ "City of Del Mar website". Retrieved October 13, 2019. • ^ Email (December 9, 2020). "Gaasterland becomes Del Mar mayor; new council members sworn in". Del Mar Times.

Retrieved December 9, 2021. • ^ "Statewide Database". Regents of the University of California. Retrieved April 9, 2015. • ^ "California's 49th Congressional District - Representatives & District Map".

Civic Impulse, LLC. • ^ a b "Shoring Up for Rising Sea Levels". Engineering News Record. Retrieved January 3, 2021. • ^ a b c d Diehl, Phil (October 18, 2019). "California coastal regulators blast Del Mar for rejecting 'retreat' from sea-level rise". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved January 3, 2021. • ^ Little, Joe (September 22, 2020). "Steel Beams Installed to Reinforce Del Mar Beach Bluffs".

NBC 7 San Diego. Retrieved September 24, 2020. • ^ a b Diehl, Phil (August 16, 2020). "State Coastal Commission says Del Mar train tracks need to move inland". San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved August 16, 2020.

• ^ "New Race Track Executive Joins Del Mars Surfside Race Place ~ EquestrianMag". Archived from the original on October 23, 2013. Retrieved October 22, 2013. • ^ "Staff Directory • Del Mar, CA • CivicEngage". Retrieved February 12, 2022. • ^ "Peek Inside Bill and Melinda Gates' New $43 Million Southern California Mansion". April 24, 2020. • ^ "William Murray, Novelist and New Yorker Writer, Dies at 78".

The New York Times. March 12, 2005. • ^ Robbins, Gary (December 9, 2021). "Del Mar's Ardem Patapoutian receives Nobel Prize del mar special ceremony in Irvine". Del Mar Times.

The San Diego Union-Tribune. Archived from the original on December 9, 2021. • ^ "Regional Spotlight: $35 Million Home Sale Crushes Del Mar Record".

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RISMedia. June 2007. • ^ "Fashion designer crashes car into Calif. store". Associated Press. Retrieved July 1, 2008. • ^ "Garrett Stubbs - 2015 Baseball Roster - University of Southern California". • ^ "The Monkees rename city!".

(The Monkees Live Almanac, 1966 Promotional Tour). Monkees Live Almanac .

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Retrieved September 29, 2016. • ^ "Tip on a Dead Crab". External links [ edit ] Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Del Mar. • Official website • Del Mar Historical Society Wikimedia Del mar has media related to Del Mar, California.

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• Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0 ; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms del mar Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • Enjoy the beach then explore the quaint community With stunning views from historic coast Highway 101, wildlife reserves, sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs and coastal bluffs, picture perfect oceanfront parks and plenty of shopping and dining, Del Mar is considered among the finest communities in San Diego.

There's a quaint yet upscale charm to this seaside village in San Diego's North Coastal region that seems the perfect complement to Del Mar's two miles of beautiful coastline. The area offers both family- and dog-friendly beaches where you can kick-off your flip-flops, pack a picnic from the local shops and do some serious relaxing. To help you explore even more of this seaside village, each of the lifeguard stations along Del Mar Beach features a map of the Del Mar Village highlighting restaurants, shopping, services and more!

Del Mar is also known for a popular activity beyond the beach, "where the surf meets the turf". The Del Mar Thoroughbred Club is woven into the fabric of San Diego history, hosting the finest horse racing every year since 1937, when Bing Crosby welcomed the track's first guests.

The beautiful facility is located on the Del Mar Del mar, home to yet another popular summer tradition, the San Diego County Fair. Where to Go • Across from the race track, where the San Dieguito River del mar the sea and (as they say in Del Mar) the turf meets the surf.

Also known as Dog Beach, The River Mouth is a broad wedge of beach with lots of room for volleyball games and a gathering place for dogs. The swimming here isn't too good, due to the shallow sandbars and unpredictable currents, but it's well protected from wind and surf - a perfect spot to introduce small children to the sea or help them build their first sand castle.

• The northern del mar of Del Mar City Beach, from 15th Street to The River Mouth, is arguably San Diego's finest, with good swimming, intermediate surf and easy access at every block. Two coastal parks, Powerhouse and Seagrove are located here, providing excellent spots for picnics. If only there were more parking, there'd be no argument at all.

• South of 15th Street, bluffs line Del Mar City Beach, though they are neither as high nor as steep as elsewhere in North County. At all but the highest tides, the beach is totally passable all the way to Torrey Pines, and there are a number of del mar, unsanctioned trails down from the cliffs. A dirt path paralleling the train track on the bluff is a favorite of walkers and joggers, who can go for miles without encountering a car or crossing a road.

Parking • Parking can be a challenge, especially during the busy spring and summer months. Street parking in commercial and residential neighborhoods are your best bet.

• Select parking lots available in downtown Del Mar's shopping district, but be watchful of signs for spots reserved for patrons of restaurants and shops. • Metered parking is also available, so be sure to bring plenty of quarters. Bathrooms & Showers • Restrooms and shower facilities are available around the main lifeguard tower on 17th Street.

• Additional restrooms are located at the lifeguard station at 25th Street. Lifeguards • The main lifeguard tower is located on 17th Street, and is the main dispatch zone for lifeguards that patrol up and down the Del Mar coast.

Popular Activities • Good del mar conditions at most Del Mar Beaches. Swimming is good in certain spots, like River Mouth and 15th Street. • Jogging and bicycling along the coast, south of 15th Street. • Volleyball at River Mouth. • Sun bathing at beaches around 17th street.

Directions to Del Mar Beaches • From freeway 5 exit Del Mar Heights Road or Via De La Valle and head west. Del Mar Heights leads to the south end of Del Mar at Pacific Coast Hwy and 4th Street; Via De La Valle meets Pacific Coast Hwy on the extreme north end of Del Mar at the Rivermouth.

To find the main beach area, follow the Coast Highway to the intersection of 15th Street and Coast Boulevard, midway between these two points. All of Del Mar's beaches are named after its numbered streets, so finding any specific spot referred to here is as simple as locating the same street. What to Love • The fairgrounds and racetrack offer open-air concerts during the summer. • Hot air balloon rides along the coast.

• Watch for dolphins in the surf, frequently spotted just past the waves in Del Mar. • A steep, wooden staircase leads up to Scripps Bluff Preserve on 80-foot bluffs affording great views of the coastline.

Coronado Silver Strand State Beach Del mar, clamming and shell collecting Nestled between Imperial Beach and Coronado you’ll find Silver Strand State Beach. One visit and you’ll understand why it’s call that. Here you can enjoy swimming, surfing, boating, kayaking, water-skiing, volleyball, camping and picnicking.

Anglers can fish for perch, corbina, grunion and yellow-fin croaker. The area also features a wonderful del mar path, part of the Bayshore Bikeway, that takes riders past the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge del mar offers great views of the bay and skyline. Discover Beaches & Bays The San Diego Beach Scene Where to go, what to bring and much more Thanks to San Diego’s west-by-southwest coastline orientation, the continental shelf protecting us from the brunt of localized north pacific storm surges, distant southern ocean swells and a temperate climate, San Diego's beaches are safe and pleasant virtually year-round.

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The restaurant was entirely designed in Spain and assembled by a team of Spanish artisans to celebrate Spanish craftmanship and lifestyle. The menu offers a range of traditional and seasonal Tapas, Catalan-Style Charcoal Grilled Entrees, as well as the must-have Signature Paella. Enjoy our Best of Spain wine list and beautifully crafted cocktails in our indoor and outdoor bars. A two-story jewel box overlooking the river, Del mar Mar was designed by world-renowned Lazaro Rosa Violan of Barcelona.

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Del Mar is a quaint seaside village rich in history striking natural beauty and European charm. Located just 20 miles north of San Diego on the Southern California coastline (32.9595° N, 117.2653° W), Del Mar Village is unique in its offering of a vibrant small-town atmosphere, natural playground along the Pacific Ocean, and the casual sophistication of a world-class destination.

First renowned del mar the golden era of the movie industry, Del Mar was the retreat for Hollywood’s biggest movie stars who came to enjoy its peaceful ambiance, pristine beaches, and exhilarating thoroughbred horseracing. Today, the historic Del Mar Village attracts residents and visitors from across the globe seeking tranquility, breathtaking vistas, stunning sandstone canyons, beach and other recreational activities and award-winning cuisine with spectacular ocean views.

Residents and visitors can Explore Del Mar Village without ever needing a car. The collection of unique, independent shops and services, upscale and casual restaurants and boutique hotels is accessible on foot throughout the heart of the Village. Del Mar Village is also easily navigated on a bicycle and the beaches are dog-friendly.

Del Mar has many local events such as Summer Solstice (June), Twilight Summer Concerts (June-September), Taste of Del Mar (September), Santa by the Sea (December), Farmers Market (Saturdays every week) and much more!

Del Mar is also home to the renowned Del Mar Racetrack which brings the excitement of thoroughbred horse racing events during the summer and fall racing seasons and the San Diego Fairgrounds that host the hugely popular San Diego County Fair and many other special events throughout the year.

Ozuna x Doja Cat x Sia - Del Mar (Letra/Lyrics)