Solana Beach CA is a city in San Diego County, California. The population is about 12,000.
Residents are drawn to the area because it offers gorgeous beaches, majestic mountains and world-class entertainment. It has amazing local coastal cuisine at eateries like ‘The Baked Bear’. It’s also home to some of the oldest surfers on earth who know how to handle their lethal boards. Solana Beach CA was incorporated as part of the last county-wide merger in 1926 that formed what we now know as North County San Diego.
Locals love the connection they feel with this outside edge of suburbia where they can live close to everything but still have room for creativity and self expression through art festivals, small businesses and a laid-back attitude.
The median price for homes in Solana Beach CA is about $747,800, according to Zillow.com . That’s a combination of single family homes and condos. The average household makes just under $100K per year, with a low unemployment rate of 5 percent. This is one of the most expensive housing markets in North San Diego County, but it remains popular because residents have easy access to highways that can take them all over Southern California.