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San Diego, Outskirts intro. The massive Californian conurbation of San Diego, with its historic core, stunning parks, waterways and wild gullies separating built-up mesas, lies along the Pacific coastline from the Mexican border and incorporates literally hundreds of neighbourhoods and communities. The coastal strip is the heart of everything here but for visitors using self-drive and who plan to explore the entire Southern California region and northern Mexico, staying on the outskirts of the city gives useful travel options in all directions. There are many small San Diego hotels set along the outskirts of the massive conurbation as far south as Chula Vista and the Mexican border and inland to the east and adjacent to Mission Trails Regional Park and El Cajon. A few options are also located along the city's northern borders, around Montgomery Field and the Mt Soledad Freeway. Along the northwestern seacoast are a string of beaches where visitors can enjoy watery fun and sun.