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City of Del Mar lies with in the county of San Diego in the state of California. As the name suggests, the city is famous for its seaside resorts and beaches.
Del Mar is Spanish for by the sea, and the since the city lies near the Pacific Ocean, some of its major tourist attractions are its parks and beaches. The history of the city goes back to 1885, when Colonel Jacob Taylor, bought the 338 acres of land with an objective of erecting a seaside resort. As of the Census readings, the total area that the city occupies is estimated to be 4.6 Sq. Kilometers. Apart from its beach, Del Mar is also known to be one of the few homes for the Torrey Pine Trees.
As of the Census readings carried out in the 2000, the total population that occupies the city is said to be 4,389 people who are further distributed in to 1,082 families. 94.4 % of the total population of the city comprises of Caucasians, however the percentages of African Americans is 0.25%, of Asians in 2.87%, of Native Americans is 0.34%, of Pacific Islanders in 0.11%, of Hispanic or Latino is 3.87%, of Mixed Races is 1.71% and of other races is 0.57%. The per capita income of the households in the city came out be $62,425, while the median income of the household in the city was $81,001, and around 8.7% of population of Del Mar was living below the poverty line.
Among the main attractions of the city are the Citys beaches are parks, and two coastal parks namely Powerhouse and Seagrove Parks are undoubtedly, tourist favorites. Powerhouse Community Centers history goes back to 1928 when it replaced Stratford Inns Powerhouse. After going through several ups and downs and transformations, it was ultimately bought by the city in 1983 and the powerhouse along with the surrounding park was restored.
The City of Del Mar has always been a dog friendly city, and dogs are allowed in both of the two coastal parks, and in addition to that theres also the Northern End of the Beach, more commonly known as the Dog Beach, which stretches up to 2 miles, for all the dog lovers. Stretching across the 55 miles from the Del Mars River Mouth is the San Dieguito River Valley, which is rich in it natural beauty and its soothing scenery is sure to catch the eye of all the visitors.
Another place to be for the hikers or just the regular visitors is the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. The park offers rather diverse array of natural sceneries that are unique in its own way.