FROM SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (30 – 32 miles)
Depart San Diego International Airport. Go East on N. Harbor Drive. Turn left onto Laurel Street (East) (0.5 miles). Turn left (North) on India Street (0.8 miles). Take the ramp and go North on Freeway 5 (24-26 miles). Exit on La Costa Avenue and turn right (East) (1.9 miles). Turn left (North) onto El Camino Real. Turn right at Costa Del Mar Road and proceed to the resort.
FROM MCCLELLAN PALOMAR AIRPORT (3 – 4 miles)
Depart McClellan Palomar Airport (aka Carlsbad airport). Go out of the parking lot. Turn left on Palomar Airport Road. Turn right on El Camino Real (2.5 miles). Turn left on Costa Del Mar Road (at the traffic light).
FROM JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT (60.7 miles)
Depart John Wayne Airport and proceed on the local road (0.6 miles). The road name changes to Airport Way (0.2 miles). Take Airport Way toward Terminal/I-405 N/CA-55 N (0.18 miles). Keep left at the fork to continue on Airport Way (0.14 miles). Take first left onto Macarthur Blvd. (0.20 miles). Merge onto I-405 S/San Diego Fwy S toward San Diego (7.60 miles). Merge onto I-5 S via the exit on the left (49.3 miles). Exit La Costa Avenue. Turn left (East) onto La Costa Avenue (1.9 miles). Turn left (North) onto El Camino Real. Turn right at Costa Del Mar Road and proceed into the resort.
Things To Do
G.I.A. Museum - 5345 Armada Drive, Carlsbad, CA, Phone: 760-603-4000
The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) Museum is devoted to researching and educating the public about the field of gemology, gemstones, and jewelry making, important activities in this area as the Gemological Institute of America is headquartered in Carlsbad. The GIA Museum features a variety of exhibits.
South Carlsbad State Beach
South Carlsbad State Beach is a beautiful stretch of protected coastline that offers an array of outdoor activities to enjoy. White sand, coastal bluffs, and warm water make it a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike – come and enjoy swimming, surfing, scuba diving and snorkeling, fishing, beachcombing, and picnicking. South Carlsbad State Beach is one of the top Carlsbad attractions.
is a municipal park that sits in a 27-acre canyon and one of the best things to do in Carlsbad, California. Opened in 2003 and designated as a Historic National Landmark, the park is a former working ranch that was at one time owned by actor Leo Carrillo. In addition to the beautiful natural landscape, the park includes a reflecting pool, old windmills, adobe buildings, and other historic buildings.