San Diego: 70 miles of coastline and 33 beaches in Southern California; near perfect Mediterranean weather with 300 days of sunshine per year;
San Diego is renowned for its idyllic climate, making it is a major destination for global visitors as well as a highly desirable place to live. In addition to having some of the nation’s finest beachfront, ocean view, ranch property and golf course locations, San Diego is unique in having an incredible palette of industry, activity and culture that defines luxury living.
In addition to being known for its idyllic climate, San Diego is home to several thousand cutting-edge software and computer and communications companies and the biotechnology industry is ranked the third largest in the country. There are more than 26 accredited hospitals ranking San Diego in the top three cities for quality and costs of healthcare. San Diego is home to the largest military concentration in the county bringing in close to $20 million in defense spending each year.
The City offers a tremendous variety of things to see and do. Museums abound in San Diego focusing on history, technology, culture, and art. Annual music and stage festivals in the City include the San Diego Symphony, San Diego Opera, La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe Theatre and San Diego Street Scene. San Diego’s theatres regularly create Broadway hits such as Jersey Boys, Memphis, The Who’s Tommy, and 7 others in the past 10 years.
The City of San Diego alone has 34,260 acres of developed and undeveloped open space, including three regional parks, 190 community and neighborhood parks, seven open-space parks, 26 shoreline parks, and 25 miles of ocean and bay beaches. Balboa Park is a national treasure, housing museums, theatres, and the San Diego Zoo.
Carlsbad is an upscale coastal resort city with old-world charm in northern San Diego County, in Southern California. The city has mild Mediterranean weather throughout the year and calls itself the golf capital of the world with four award winning courses within the city1 and many others nearby.
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The community of Coronado is located on a peninsula just across the San Diego Bay from downtown San Diego and is bounded on the West by the Pacific Ocean. Although the 2.1 mile graceful, curving bridge is a quick ride from the city, Coronado has the feel of a secluded island retreat. (learn more about Coronado)
Del Mar, Spanish for by the sea, is an upscale, residential Pacific beach town on the Southern California coast. Located 20 miles north of San Diego and just north of the Torrey Pines State Reserve, this delightful community was homesteaded by Enoch Talbert in 1882.
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Downtown San Diego is one of Southern California’s most vibrant areas to live. Each of its eight neighborhoods has a distinctive character and all are just minutes from a host of recreational and cultural activities.
The central district of the second largest city in California, Downtown San Diego is...
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Encinitas is a coastal town located in northern San Diego County, in Southern California distinguished by its varied terrain of natural beauty: beaches, cliffs, mesa bluffs and, inland, rolling hills. With 11 beaches on 6 miles of coastline and a mild Mediterranean climate2, Encinitas is... (learn more about Encinitas)
This exclusive Southern California gated community is situated on 1,240 acres of rolling Rancho Santa Fe Hills in north county San Diego, five miles east of Del Mar and the Pacific Ocean, just south of Rancho Santa Fe and the willow-lined San Dieguito River. With a year-round temperate climate... (learn more about Fairbanks Ranch)
La Jolla’s endless summer ambience, impressive ocean views, striking sandstone cliffs, and luxury estate living make it one of the most desirable locations within San Diego County.
Spanish for “the jewel,” La Jolla boasts breathtaking views, perfect Mediterranean weather, and lavish homes dotting verdant hillsides. (learn more about La Jolla)
La Mesa is situated east of the City of San Diego in the foothills of the Cuyamaca Mountains in San Diego County. The community has a semi-arid climate with hot, dry summers and warm winters. La Mesa is Spanish for “the plateau,” a nod to its geography. Mt. Helix presides over the town...
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A short stroll through the lovely Southern California Mission Hills neighborhood of San Diego and you’ll understand why it is considered such a desirable place to live.
Mission Hills is located just north of downtown San Diego, overlooking the San Diego Bay harbor and Old Town. (learn more about Mission Hills and Hillcrest)
Ocean Beach has character to spare and is distinct from other communities within the boundaries of San Diego. Eclectic, individual and an authentic beach town, Ocean Beach has been called the Haight Ashbury of Southern California. To locals, it's just “OB.” The Mediterranean climate...
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A seaside community within the city of San Diego, Point Loma is positioned on a hilly peninsula with wonderful views of the Pacific Ocean on the West, the Coronado Islands (of Mexico) to the South, and the San Diego Bay and Downtown on the East. The panorama from the hills is...
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An exclusive Southern California community within San Diego County, Rancho Santa Fe lies 4 miles east of the Pacific Ocean and Solana Beach, between the San Dieguito River and the Escondido Creek. High sandstone ridges and gently rolling hills are included within its 6,200 open...
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