Located between Los Angeles and San Diego, Temecula is bordered by gently sloping hills, and experiences a temperate climate. The richness of the soil and the mild weather makes for ideal grape growing, and Temecula prides itself on being in the center of California’s South Coast wine region, which spans approximately 3,000 square miles. The city has excellent public schools, as well as higher education institutions; it is also considered to be a great place to start or relocate a business, being rated as one of the least expensive places for entrepreneurial ventures in the state. The Old Town provides residents and visitors alike with a large number of antique stores, and restaurants; and has a variety of special yearly events, including car shows and Western themed fairs. You’ll also be able to get fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and local crafts from the Farmer’s Market that is held every Saturday in the Old Town.
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