Slow Travel in San Diego

Book a flexible-term apartment in San Diego for 30 days or longer. Move-in-ready with an equipped home office setup.

About San Diego

San Diego, California, is often called the ”Birthplace of California.” Though it was originally home to the Kumeyaay indigenous people, it was the very first site to be visited and settled by Europeans on what is today known as the West Coast of the US. The area was claimed for Spain in 1542, and the settlement was officially founded in 1769. San Diego would become part of the Mexican Empire in 1821, and it would be officially incorporated into the state of California in 1850. Today, San Diego remains one of the most important cities in the state and holds a population of over 1.4 million people. The city of San Diego has a vast economy that relies on sectors like tourism, international trade, military, manufacturing, and research. Visitors come from around the world to experience the gorgeous year-round weather, the breathtaking beaches, the exciting outdoor spaces, and more. San Diego also offers education options at notable universities including the University of California, San Diego, and San Diego State University. The city is serviced by the San Diego International Airport, and within the city, transport options include cars, buses, cycling, light rail, commuter rail, and more.

Slow travel isn’t just about traveling slowly; it’s a movement that allows you to connect deeper to a community and culture. Squeezing a tour through a country in two weeks can be exhausting. Do you ever feel like you need a vacation when you return from your vacation? Moving from plane to bus to train can take a toll on you. And that’s why slow travel is so rewarding. Slow travel allows you to explore a location as a local would — stocking up on produce from a local market, spending the day walking the pier without an itinerary, and connecting with neighbors and local families. Slow travel allows you to get to know the lesser-trafficked spots like outskirt neighborhoods, local wine bars, and a chance to practice the national language. Digital nomads and ex-pats are known to love slow travel, spending months or even years in one city or country.

For people who want to slow travel in San Diego, Anyplace hosts the best properties in the city. All our slow travel accommodations in San Diego offer convenient access to properties with full kitchens, strong wifi, and amenities to make your slow travel relaxing, productive, and immersive. Here are a few reasons to choose Anyplace for your San Diego slow travel rental.

Find an apartment in San Diego on the website, and then book. No emails, roommate interviews, or complications.

Most slow travelers will need to work while in San Diego. Our apartments include a workspace equipped with everything you need to be productive. Just bring your laptop.

All utilities and gigabit speed WiFi are included and will be set up for you and ready to go.

No landlord, no problem. You just need to move in—we handle the rest for you.

Forget about ever having to sign a long lease. Our slow travel rentals in San Diego are available for 30 days or longer. Stay as long or little as you’d like—down to the day.

Search for a San Diego apartment on Anyplace with the exact dates that match your schedule.

Manage your stay online, so if you realize that you'd like to extend the length of time that you’d like to stay you can do it with a click of a button.

Book A Slow Travel Rental in San Diego

Browse apartments in San Diego that are already set up with furniture, utilities, laundry, a home office, and extra amenities like a pool and gym. All you have to do is reserve online, pay, and move in. And if you like it, you can easily extend your stay online. Forget about endlessly searching on multiple sites and apps to find the ideal home for you in San Diego. Use Anyplace and choose slow travel accommodation that matches the dates you need, your budget, and will provide you with the amenities needed for a comfortable stay.