Find a Home in Temecula, CA
Temecula is located in the Southwestern part of the Inland Empire, approximately 58 miles North of downtown San Diego and 85 miles Southeast of Los Angeles. At an elevation of 1,017 feet, it's the only city in California with it's aboriginal name, which translates to "Where the sun breaks through the mist". 114,000 people live within the 37 square mile city, which is considered the heart of Southern California's Wine Country. It's diverse food and culture, as well as a large selection of wineries, festivals, and nearby resort Casino, make Temecula a popular tourist and resort destination.
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What Makes It Great
Residents of Temecula, which was rated a top 10 "Best Weather" cities in the United States, can always find something to do to enjoy the beautiful sunshine, with championship golf courses, the Temecula Valley Polo Club, and over 40 wineries to choose from. Grab some local produce at the Saturday Farmer's Market in Old Town, take in a show at the state of the art Old Town Temecula Community Theater, or go camping and fishing at nearby Lake Skinner. Temecula was named a 2013 "Playful City USA" by KaBOOM!, and with 39 parks, 116,500 square feet of recreation facilities, and 43 acres of sports fields, it's easy to see why! Find out more at Visit Temecula
- Old Town Temecula - Historic western-style downtown offering shopping, dining and breweries
Wilson Creek Winery - Wine tasting, restaurant, and concerts
Pennypickle's Workshop - Hands-on children's museum
Pechanga Resort Casino - Largest casino in California with hotel and restaurants
Miramonte Winery - Wine tasting, tours, and restaurant
- Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival - June - Hot air balloon rides, food and wine pairings, live music, arts and crafts fair
Temecula Art and Street Painting Festival - June - Art exhibit with demonstrations, live music, and kids' activities
Temecula Valley Acoustic Musicfest - July - Live acoustic music, food, and vendors
Temecula Valley International Film Festival - September - World class International film festival
Temecula Greek Festival - October - Greek food, wine, live music, dancing and vendors
Temecula residents enjoy a beautiful Mediterranean climate, with hot, arid, clear summers and cool, partly cloudy winters. The average temperature is 41 degrees to 89 degrees with an average of 12 inches of rain per year.