Ah, spring break...who says it's just for college students? For those of you who've left your Girls Gone Wild days behind but are still itching for a vacation, check out this list that Yahoo! put together of the top spring break destinations. While some of the vacation spots are a little unconventional, each city offers a plethora of fun outings to enjoy. And for those of you who like being on vacation but hate skipping a workout, we've rounded up the healthiest places to eat in each city, along with the must-try activity to ensure that you stay fit, no matter where your adventures take you.
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San Diego topped Yahoo's! list of spring break destinations, and we can see why. After all, what more do you need on vacation except sun, surf, and sand?
Healthiest place to eat: San Diego is home to more than a thousand restaurants so there's bound to be something for everyone, but the ultra-healthy can't go wrong with Spread, a vegetarian restaurant that seeks to "challenge the culinary imagination" of its diners. The owners of the restaurant work only with locally sourced, organic food, and the menu often changes based on what's available at local farmers' markets.
Best place to work out: You're in San Diego—it'd be a crime to leave without surfing! Del Mar is reportedly the best place for beginners. Sign up for lessons with the San Diego Surfing Academy, which is open all year long. Not a surfer? Mix it up with stand-up paddleboarding or another fun outdoor workout!