San Diego is a city in the state of California in the coastal region of the Pacific Ocean. It is situated about 120 miles South of Los Angeles and bordering Mexico to the West. San Diego is among the largest cities in the United States, ranking at number eight and second in California. As of July 2018, San Diego had an estimate of about 1.5 million people. More can be found here.
Brief History of the City
The city of San Diego has been named the “birthplace of California” previously the homeplace of the Kumeyaay people. That is, San Diego was among the first areas visited by the Europeans back in the 1540s. Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo was the first individual to settle on the land and developed the city as a settling region for the 200 years. In 1769, the first European settlement was established, and 1821 saw San Diego become the Mexican empire. Two decades later, California became part of the United States. As one of the developed areas of the region, San Diego henceforth became the center county of California. Information about Head To Point Loma Caves can be found here.
San Diego comprises a hilly area about 200 deep canyons of natural open spaces on the mesas. It also includes the San Diego River flowing through the city, dividing the area into northern and southern parts. The highest point of the town stands at 1558 feet, being at Cowles Mountains and the lowest running to the coast.