San Diego Resources
SAN DIEGO is the second largest city in the state and the seventh largest in the country. Within its borders of 4,200 sq. miles, San Diego County encompasses 18 incorporated cities and numerous other charming neighborhoods and communities, including downtown’s historic Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, Coronado, La Jolla, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Escondido, La Mesa, Hillcrest, Barrio Logan, Chula Vista and more.
Known for it’s near-idyllic climate, 70 miles of pristine beaches, and dazzling array of world-class family attractions (including the world-famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, SeaWorld San Diego and LEGOLAND California), San Diego offers a wide variety of things to see and do, appealing to guests from around the world.
Plus, San Diego’s arts and culture and culinary arts are making a name for themselves, both nationally and internationally. When combined with its 92 golf courses, luxury spas, multicultural celebrations, disability accessibility, and dynamic downtown, it’s not hard to see why San Diego is the place to live.
San Diego Communities
With six miles of the Pacific coastline marketing one of its borders, Encinitas takes full advantage of its prime position and beautiful climate. It’s flower growing industry lends revenue to the city, but non-growers can enjoy blooms in Encinitas, too. The city offers Quail Botanical Gardens and the gardens of the Self Realization Center to the public.
Encinitas also has golf courses, a coastal shopping district, restaurants and cafes, and noteworthy beaches with great surf.
35 miles north of San Diego and 83 miles south of Los Angeles, Oceanside blends city convenience with small town comfort. Easy access to metropolis offerings isn’t the only thing Oceanside has going for it, either. This community is ocean-side (as you may have guessed), has competitively priced land, and offers a wealth of resources to its residents. From its famous wooden Pier to its historic district of Mount Ecclesia, Oceanside has taken its history into its modern age.