Things To Do In Coronado

Three-Hour Painting Class for One at Wine and Palette (Up to Half Off)

Wine and Palette - CA

Multiple Locations

At local bars and restaurants, students can order drinks before diving into a 3-hour painting tutorial, resulting in a completed masterpiece

$45 $25

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All-Day Beach-Cruiser Rental for One or Two at Cruiser King (Up to 53% Off)

Cruiser King

Multiple Locations

All-day bike rental includes a helmet, lock, and basket

$20 $10

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20 Days or 2 Months of Unlimited Classes at Coronado Hot Yoga (Up to 81% Off)

Coronado Hot Yoga

Coronado

Brand-new studio hosts 90-minute morning and evening Bikram classes in a room heated to 105 degrees

$106 $20

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One 30-Minute Introductory Vertical Watersports Flight valid Thursday-Sunday at SoCal Jetovator (Up to 50% Off)

SoCal Jetovator

Coronado

Introductory flight training includes about 15 minutes of instruction and the rest of the time soaring above the water and trying maneuvers

$159 $80

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One or Three Private Kettlebell-Training Sessions from Downtown Fitness World (Up to 77% Off)

Downtown Fitness World

Multiple Locations

Heft, swing, and toss kettlebell weights for a full-body muscle-building and fat-burning workout in the great outdoors

$100 $25

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$15 for 90-Minute Stand-Up Paddleboard or Kayak Session at Crown Cove Aquatic Center ($30 Value)

Crown Cove Aquatic Center

Coronado

Cruise the surrounding beaches atop a stand-up paddleboard or kayak during 90-minute rentals

$30 $15

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90-Minute Guided Bike Tour of Coronado Downtown for Two or Four from Bike & Kayak Tours (62% Off)

Bike & Kayak Tours

Coronado

Pedal beneath the Coronado bridge and check out historic sites such as the Hotel Del Coronado, Glorietta Bay, and the Naval Amphibious Base

$98 $39

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Perhaps with the exception of a high-school prom, The Gondola Company can put almost any romantic event on the water. Its vessels ferry passengers across the canals of the Coronado Cays on several types of cruises, all of which spark a romantic ambiance with Italian music and BYOB amenities. The classic 50-minute Pasaporto jaunts depart for relaxing voyages day and night. As an optional add-on, a live mandolin or violin player can tag along to strum charming, traditional melodies.

The gondoliers do not exclusively transport small groups; they also pilot Venetian caorlinas, larger boats that can accommodate up to 14 people during family-style celebrations. For even grander gatherings, a fleet cruise dispatches as many as six separate gondolas, which can smoothly support entire wedding parties atop the water. Other specialized cruises treat passengers to more than scenic views and the melancholy mating croons of wild sturgeons. On a wine-tasting cruise, a sommelier lectures on a flight of six libations. Alternatively, a Voga massage cruise lays two beds inside the boat, permitting massage therapists to coax tension from couples' torsos and limbs as they skim along the canal surface.

503 Grand Caribe Causeway
Coronado,
CA
US

The experienced staff at Seaforth Boat Rentals play host to watery adventures that were voted finalists for the KGTV San Diego A-List?s Best Water Activities in 2010 and 2011. Guided sailing adventures and WaveRunner tours shoot seafarers along the waterways for exceptional views of the coastline, splashing sea life, and dolphins circling on their own WaveRunners.

Consummate aquaphiles can haul various benefits?including reduced rates on the rentals of kayaks, canoes, and other seaworthy crafts, access to all five Seaforth locations, and free bicycle rentals in Mission Bay?with the Seaforth Sailing Club membership. Seaforth also offers sailing classes along with myriad sailing, yachting, and fishing charters for luxurious days on the water or early mornings spent serenading elusive sailfish.

1715 Strand Way
Coronado,
CA
US

At Wine A Bit Coronado, meals and drinks go down in sips and nibbles. The owners wanted an environment in which people could feel free to unwind while trying new wines and interesting pairings at their own pace. To that end, they collected a wine list from around the world, along with a robust selection of house wines made especially for them. They hold casual tastings in a comfy back room every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening, pouring samples of up to seven wines for guests to try. These events tend to coincide with the presence of a musician, who offers up tunes to please the ears as visitors train their palates and sample appetizers such as artisan flatbreads and brie-and-apple stacks drizzled with agave nectar. Also onsite are more than 20 craft beers made by local brewers.

928 Orange Avenue
Coronado,
CA
US

A crew of former athletes and passionate locals with a love for the outdoors wait beneath the bright-red awnings at each Bike & Kayak Tours location to guide multiple expeditions through the natural sights around San Diego. The 7 Caves and Ecological Reserve kayak tour sends paddlers on an expedition to a 75-million-year-old sandstone cliff with seven sculpted sea caverns that resound echoes in seven-part harmony. In the spring, snorkeling trips follow the seasonal migration of leopard sharks as students paddle in the shallow waters of the sandy flats with harmless predators.

1201 1st St.
Coronado,
CA
US

When a golfer seeks inspiration, she looks toward the skies over Scotland, just as a baker gets a second wind from his brochure of the Choco Mountain Range. Today's Groupon inspires with a saucy salute to Memphis: $20 worth of sweet meats and succulent, finger-licking barbecue for $10 at Lil' Piggy's Bar-B-Q in Coronado. Follow the sweet-smelling dreams that haunt long nights in your rib-shack.

1201 1st St
Coronado,
CA
US

Lead kayaker Marie Humphrey and her team take patrons onto San Diego Bay and nearby waterways for lessons and sightseeing tours. With the skyline as the backdrop, the team leads lessons and tours that explore the region's natural attractions and run the gamut from moonlight tours to kayaking and camping trips. Locals and visitors can kayak El Capitan Reservoir and spot wild hogs and turkeys skulking through tall grasses as spotted sandpipers and willow flycatchers soar overhead. Meanwhile, whale watching sends paddlers out along the San Juan Islands where orcas and eagles challenge each other to yodeling contents, and San Diego Bay lets boaters get up-close views of sea lions and sea turtles.

Specialized tours even allow patrons to paddle under fireworks or on the bay with their dog as passenger. Additionally, kayak-based workout tours give guests a sun-soaked alternative to the gym and Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay lets families float to live music. To expand upon the adventure, Family Kayak Adventure Center also curates trips along the waters of Baja, Florida, the Northwest, and the Southwest.

1875 Strand Way
Coronado,
CA
US