Here’s a gallery of Stunning Piers and Bridges in Southern California from my travel adventures. Locations varied from San Diego to San Francisco.
Scripps Pier in San Diego, California
Scripps Institution of Oceanography also known as Scripps Pier was founded by UC San Diego back in the 1900. Is known to be the longest research pier in the world. Aside from its interesting history, Scripps pier is amazing to photograph. One more thing you should know about Scripps Pier is that twice a year in the month of May and August the sun will set right in between the center point of the pier.
Twice a year in May and August the sun will set right on centered vantage point of the pier.
The Coronado Bridge is located in San Diego, CA. The bridge creates a cross link between San Diego and Coronad California.
The Golden Gate Bridge
The famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. This is truly one of my favorites bridges ever!
Manhattan Beach Pier
The Manhattan Beach Pier is located in Manhattan Beach, California. The city is on the Pacific coast, south of El Segundo, and north of Hermosa Beach. Really cool spot to hang out and catch some surf.
The Santa Monica Pier
Located in Santa Monica, California. The Santa Monica Pier has been a long time favorite for many travelers. It’s know as one of the Landmarks of Souther California. The Santa Monica Pier if full of life, including restaurants and a really fun roller coaster among other things.