Pacifica is south of San Francisco, and homes for rent in this city are near miles of beaches famous for superb fishing and surfing. The Pacifica Pier is a quarter of a mile in length, and and residents commonly catch striped bass and salmon. There's also the Pacifica Skateboard Park and many biking trails on the hillsides throughout the area, making the city ideal for those who enjoy outdoor activities. The winters are warm and rainy while the summers stay cool and often have foggy mornings with sunny afternoons.
Facts for Renters
There are many great restaurants in the area renters can visit after a day on the beaches. Good Fellas has pizza and pasta for those who want casual Italian food, and High Tide Restaurant has crepes and its own outdoor patio. For cocktails and seasonal, local food there's the Surf Spot.
Pacifica once had several railway stops in the city. The South Shore railroad hugged the coastline and was advertised as an easy way to travel to the beaches while taking in the beautiful views. However, it was often clogged with debris and ended up carrying vegetables to other towns more than passengers. In the 1920sâ, it was shut down.
The city hosts an annual community celebration known as the Fogfest. It has multiple stages for live music, a parade, arts and crafts, midway games, a children's play area, family events, contests and food.
Resources for Renters
Renters who want to check on the tides, rules, or hours of the Pacifica Pier can check online at its Web page.
Surfers can use the Surfline website to check wave height and other conditions and see a live stream of the beach.