For a day of sporty leisure, head on over to Coronado. Whether you arrive by car or ferry, you can easily rent bikes from one of the several rental shops on the island - Holland's Bicycles, Bikes & Beyond or Wheel Fun Rentals.
If your arrival point is the Ferry Landing, you can start your circumnavigation here. Grab rentals from Bikes & Beyond and head out. If your navigation starts in the southern direction, you will find yourself riding along a path, right next to the bay. As you cruise on, downtown San Diego sparkles across the bay and sailboats float on by. The path will bring you by Tidelands Park and heads under the bridge. As you ride under the massive structure, the Coronado Golf Course pops up just on the other side. Continuing along the edge of the island (and the golf course) you will catch a glimpse of The Hotel Del.
Crossing the main road (Orange Avenue) the ocean lies just ahead. If you are biking at a leisurely pace, it will take about 25 minutes to get to this point. Cycling can work up quite the appetite, so stop off at one of the many restaurants that are located right next to the beach. After filling your belly, hop back on the saddle and work off your lunch. Start pedaling along Ocean Avenue which brings you the whole length of Coronado Beach. Once reaching Sunset Park, curve around the back streets, that runs parallel to the Navy Base. This will bring you back to 1st Street, sending you straight in the direction of the Ferry Landing. Thus, completing your Coronado circumnavigation. No matter where you start your route, you will not be disappointed.