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Check out the top ten outdoor treatments at San Diego spas.

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Sometimes you need to kick back and treat yourself. Check out the top ten outdoor treatments at San Diego spas from DiscoverSD.
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In perfect timing with the season, Spa Terre at the Paradise Point Resort and Spa has recently renovated their private Jacuzzi patio area for single and couples massages. Poolside manicures and pedicures will also be available throughout the summer. Couples looking to relax in open air will also enjoy the Romantic Nightcap, which includes a Balinese massage, Jacuzzi soak, champagne and Spa Terre retail gifts.
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If you’re the type to mix pleasure with even more pleasure, KIN Spa offers its massages alfresco in the uber popular rooftop pool area otherwise known as KIN Lounge. Simply rent a cabana with the pool bar and indulge the afternoon away.
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The Made to Order Gourmet Feast facial is a new addition and involves a cleanse, exfoliation, eye and lip treatment and fruit and herb-based masque. Choose to have your spa treatment in the temperature-controlled casita for the ultimate in serenity, comfort and privacy. While you’re there, bring a book and lounge in the Spa Garden, or take a dip in the hydrotherapy pool.
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Conveniently located in the Gaslamp Quarter, the Sè Spa will be offering their signature massages outdoors on their pool deck during the summer. The Tala “Four Hands” massage is one of the most indulgent massages on the menu and includes two massage therapists working in sync toward your inner tranquility. And after the treatment, you’re only a few steps away from the zero edge pool and underwater sound system.
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The eco-friendly Blue Marble spa has adopted sustainable business practices, all while maintaining a peaceful atmosphere for spa services. Opt for the Organic Massage, which is offered in one of their five outdoor cabanas. The Swedish massage incorporates organic sunflower, olive and wheat germ oils in the therapy.
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The Sea Spa has a number of outdoor cabanas for outdoor massages. The Watsu Flotation treatment is performed in a custom, 98 degree pool, where the body is stretched and massaged to promote relaxation and a healthy spine, while you’re left feeling weightless and sublime.
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All of the massages at the Spa at Estancia are offered in their private garden area to restore your body’s restoration and balance. Try out the Abhyanga Ayurvedic Massage, which incorporates European massage with Ayurvedic oils to aid in circulation, oxygenation to the skin and recharging of the body’s energy.
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After Memorial Day, guests and visitors to the Hotel Del can opt for a massage or body treatment alfresco and on the beach. The Shell Coronado Massage is a beautiful compliment to the summer sun and crashing waves. Shells are gently heated and used during the massage for complete relaxation.
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The Spa offers a wide variety of spa treatments outdoors, ranging from drawn aromatherapy baths in their private garden and couples treatments. Bring your honey and go for the Bergamot Bliss, a dip into a secluded warm pool, body polish, outdoor shower, citrus massage and linen wrap.
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This Encinitas spa staple offers relaxing massages in their private bungalows in the garden. Bergamot uses only all natural products in all of their treatments. The Raindrop Therapy uses pure essential oils applied to the spine and feet to detoxify, rejuvenate and pump up the immune system.
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