San Diego in February


“Gestures, in love, are incomparably more attractive, effective and valuable than words .”

-Francois Rabelais


San Diego is such a beautiful city with so much to see and so much to do! San Diego in February is a fun and gorgeous city of love. February is a good time to visit San Diego, as winter starts to wind down and it’s before the crowds arrive for spring break. February isn’t the time to go if you want to spend a lot of time at the beach. But if you’re thinking of  a romantic Valentine’s Day getaway, San Diego is a good bet.


Each month I have special fun events I want to show you so that you get the most out of this beautiful city!


Let’s start with our usual daily Farmer’s Markets. Check out times above ^






Mira Mesa

Otay Ranch

Pacific Beach

UCSD/La Jolla




Ocean Beach


Sierra Mesa



Horton Plaza

Linda Vista

North Park


Valley Center


Imperial Beach

La Mesa

Rancho Bernardo


City Heights

Del Mar

Little Italy

Pacific Beach


Rancho PQ


Scripps Ranch



Sikes Adobe



La Jolla


Rancho Santa Fe

Solana Beach



San Diego Museum Month

Guests can participate by picking up a free San Diego Museum Month Pass at participating libraries; with the pass, guests can receive half-price admission for up to four guests per visit, at 40 of San Diego’s museums, and historical sites.

Location: Various. Info: 2/1-2/28 Various times


2019 is the Chinese New Year of the Pig.

In Chinese culture, pigs are the symbol of wealth. Their chubby faces and big ears are signs of fortune. 2/5

Opera on the Concourse

If pricey tickets keep you from experiencing the San Diego Opera, you can still experience the music for free! Artists from “Rigoletto” will present a free, lunchtime recital of songs from Verdi’s traditional Italian classic opera.

Location: the concourse in front off the SD Civic Theater. Info: www.kpbs.org2/7 Noon


T9 Mermaid Half Marathon

Come to San Diego’s Mission Bay for a scenic women’s 5k, 10k, and half marathon. The flat and fast course features beautiful views on mostly closed roads. The Mermaid is ideal for both runners and walkers.

Location: Tecolote Shores North.

Info: www.mermaidseries.com2/9 7 am



The 10th Annual Brewbies Festival –100% of the proceeds are donated to the Keep A Breast Foundation. Changing the world – one pink beer at a time!

Location: Bagby Beer Co., Oceanside. Info: 2/9 12 pm – 5 pm


Escondido Chocolate Festival

Bring your sweetheart or just your sweet tooth to beautiful Downtown Escondido. Enjoy various designated restaurants, shops, and spas while sampling chocolates paired with local fine wines and craft beers.

Location: Downtown Escondido. Info:

2/9 1 pm – 5 pm


Coronado Valentine’s Day 10K , 5K & 1 Mile

This flat and fast course is perfect for everyone – whether you are an experienced runner looking to set a 10K PR, or a couple looking for something fun to do with your Valentine. Location: Tidelands Park, Coronado. Info:

2/10 7:30 am


San Diego Improv Festival

Say goodbye to 2018 and hello to 2019 with an incredible line up of shows! Sixty teams from all over the globe! Rooftop parties, onsite bar, and lots of fun activities await you this year.

Location: 3746 6th Ave. Info: 2/7 – 2/10 7 pm

San Diego Tet Festival

Celebrate the Year of the Pig with legendary Lion Dances, traditional music, singers, stories, and food!

Location: Mira Mesa Community Park. Info:

2/8 – 2/10 Fri 5 – 10 pm, Sat & Sun 11 am – 10 pm




5K Paw Walk in the Garden

The San Diego Botanic Garden is teaming up with the Rancho Coastal Humane Society for our annual 5K walk. Participants will walk through the 37-acre garden with their dog(s) in tow.

Location: San Diego Botanic Garden. Info:
2/16 8 am – 12 pm


UCSD Tritonman Triathlon

You can sign up for one or both races, but make sure to do it early! Tritonman Classic (traditional rules), half-Olympic distance.

Location: Tecolote Shores North Park. Info:
2/16-17 various times


Chinese New Year Food and Cultural Fair

This two-day event showcases exciting performances, Asian art and culture, an array of delicious Chinese and Asian food, and much more.

Location: Third Ave and J St. Info:

2/16–2/17 10am–5pm


Big 3 Auto Parts Exchange

The car event is held annually and has grown to be the largest old car event held in the San Diego area.

Location:SDCCU Stadium. Info:
2/22–2/23 Fri 12 – 4 pm, Sat 8 am – 4 pm


San Diego Bird Festival

The San Diego Audubon Society is celebrating the wild birds and habitats of our county, which
truly offers one of the best birding in the U.S.

Location: Marina Village Conference Center. Info:

2/27 – 3/3 various times



So much to do, so much to see.


If you want to see a home sometime this month, check out all my Featured Listings, and message me.

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