San Diego's first residents were the Dieguito Indians, who date back to 9000 B.C. About 1000 B.C., the Diegue o or Kumeyaay Indians entered the region, ancestors of the various Native American people who live in San Diego County today. The Big Bay's history starts at the tip of Point Loma where you can visit the Cabrillo National Monument. Visit America's Cup Harbor or the area's parks, marinas, restaurants and hotels. In Seaport Village, you'll find a mix of bistros and boutiques and live music. Visitors also enjoy taking a ferry across the Bay to Coronado. There, one can enjoy the art galleries, shops and restaurants.
San Diego Bay is a long sand spit extending from Imperial to Coronado, separating the Pacific Ocean from protected waters known as San Diego Bay.