Pacifica is a little coastal town along the Bay Area’s Peninsula coastline. Just 30 minutes south of San Francisco, Pacifica is a well-kept secret waiting to be found.
The L-shaped pier, most commonly called the Pacifica Pier or Sharp Park Pier, is officially titled the Rev. Herschell Harkins Memorial Pier, located along the coast of Pacifica, CA. This public pier requires no fishing license.
By Ginny Prior – October 2021 – Photo by Emily Jenks What couple doesn’t dream of a beachfront wedding with romantic sunsets and an aquamarine surf curling in the distance, then gently kissing the shore. For bride Analicia Garcia and her high school sweetheart Kyle Howser, it was all that and more. A real south of the READ MORE
Wild coast, wildlife, wildflowers. Spring is seductive in Pacifica. With some 3,600 acres of open space and postcard views of the coast, the best way to experience Pacifica is to engage all your senses.
Pacifica is home to some of the San Francisco Bay Area’s best surfing beaches. One of the most popular beginner surfing spots is Linda Mar State Beach. This beach is a mile-long stretch on the north end of Pacifica, just north of picturesque Pedro Point. It’s well-liked by many as is known for being somewhat protected from the READ MORE
Pop-Up food options are on the rise and Pacifica is a charming destination brimming with great surf, mile high hiking and biking trails as well as authentic, locally inspired dining options. See what these entrepreneurs are cooking up.
Getting out of the house and into the fresh air is more important than ever. Those who want to pedal their way through the outdoors will find great biking trails in Pacifica.
On the first day of March, the unthinkable happened. Pacifican, Pacifica Tribune subscriber and San Francisco Chronicle reader Marv Morganti, slammed down – unfinished – his favorite homemade Pacifica Jack cheese sandwich. “Cheesegate,” he cried as he poured through the last words of Nick Rahaim’s very engaging Chronicle article: “The competing legends of Monterey Jack.” READ MORE
Where’s the best bet to capture these tasty crustaceans? Pack up your gear and head to the Pacifica Municipal Pier. No fishing license required and it’s FREE!
While COVID still has us sheltering in place, outdoor enthusiats will discover that Pacifica is the perfect destination for a whale watching adventure. Capture these gentle giants as they emark on their migration journey.