La Quinta is wrapped by the majestic Santa Rosa Mountains and is a convenient thirty-minute drive from Palm Springs. Thanks to the seasonal snowbirds and year round tourists, the valley has the infrastructure and amenities one would expect of urban areas and larger resort destinations while retaining its small-town friendliness and quaint charm. That’s just one of the reasons La Quinta is often referred to as the “Gem of the Desert,” along with its low humidity, abundance of sunshine and truly exceptional natural landscape.
Offering a plethora of recreational pursuits and unparalleled real estate choices, luxurious shopping and dining options, and a quality of life that is simply unmatched, the community of La Quinta is nothing short of exceptional. Nestled in the beautiful Coachella Valley next to the prestigious Indian Wells, La Quinta offers a wealth of real estate choices. From multi-million dollar country club homes to traditional single-family homes and efficient condominiums, there is something for everyone here in La Quinta.
The Robb Report credits La Quinta as the leading golf destination in the US. Among those destinations is the La Quinta Resort and Club, a resort dating to 1926, where director Frank Capra wrote the screenplay for Lost Horizon.
And there’s plenty to do in La Quinta…
Golf? – numerous tournament courses including PGA West and the city’s SilverRock Municipal Course are just minutes away. Beyond golf? Plenty of choices – parks, fitness center, tennis, hot air ballooning, Lake Cahuilla, live theatre, polo matches, nearby casinos, desert walks and numerous hiking trails into the Santa Rosa Mountains.
The Indian Wells Tennis Gardens hosts the BNP Paribas Tennis Tournament in March and is just a few minutes away. Also just minutes away are the famous La Quinta Resort and Spa, Old Town La Quinta with its shops, restaurants, and Farmers Market. And for concert lovers, the April Coachella Festivals and Stagecoach Festivals are just one mile down the road.
Dining? Shopping? Choices abound from the restaurants and quaint shops in Old Town to the amazing array of choices along Hwy. 111.
All of that without even beginning to sample the many other attractions of the Greater Palm Springs Area:
Casinos, Museums, Hot Air Ballooning, Air Shows, Car Shows, Art Shows, Dog Shows, Horse Shows, Polo Matches, Horseback Riding, Joshua Tree National Park, Salton Sea, Big Horn sheep, State Fair Grounds, Date Farms, Fish Farms, Farmers Markets, El Paseo Shopping, Antiquing, Estate Sales, Water Park, Living Desert Zoo & Arboretum, Mountain Tram, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Rock Climbing…
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