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Visit the Old Mission San Luis Rey de Francia

Visit the Old Mission San Luis Rey de Francia

  California’s coast is lined with historic missions that tell the story of the missionaries whose quest for spreading the word of God laid the foundation on which the state is built. San Diego is home to two of these missions: the Mission San Diego de Alcala and the Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. The (Continue reading)

Visit Oceanside!

Visit Oceanside!

Oceanside’s residents take pride in the transformation the city has undertaken over the past two decades. Once merely a drive-by on travelers’ way to San Diego and other beach cities, visitors now make Oceanside their vacation destination. While you’re there, also be sure to visit the Sunset Market farmers’ (Continue reading)

Missions Of San Diego

Missions Of San Diego

San Diego's Spanish Heritage is Rooted in its Missions Father Junipero Serra and a handful of missionary monks founded California’s first mission, the Mission San Diego de Alcala, also its first European settlement, on July 16, 1769. A few decades later, the Mission San Luis Rey de Francia was founded on June 13, (Continue reading)

Festival of the Bells 2013

Festival of the Bells 2013

July 12th, 13th and 14th This free, one weekend event is the anniversary celebration of Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcalá, the Mother of California’s 21 Missions. Founded by Blessed Father Junipero Serra on July 16, 1769 Celebrating 244 Years! The first Festival of the Bells was originally started by the (Continue reading)

Explore Mission Valley

Explore Mission Valley

Mission Valley is the site of the first Spanish settlement in California, Mission San Diego de Alcala, oldest of the California missions. Today Mission Valley is a major commercial center lining the San Diego River and is home to several shopping centers and Qualcomm Stadium (home of the San Diego Chargers). San (Continue reading)