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Surrounded by three magnificent mountain ranges, La Quinta, CA is sheltered from coastal air pollution and inclement weather. With 350 days of sunshine a year, and an average annual rainfall of 3.38 inches, there is seldom reason to postpone outdoor activites and fun.

The City of La Quinta has something for everyone! From nostalgic Palm Springs on the west end to Indio – the city of festivals- in the east, countless adventures await you in between.

There’s golfing at the City’s spectacular public course, SilverRock Resort; dining and shopping in the quaint Village area or along the Highway 111 commercial corridor; biking along the Bear Creek Trail; and hiking in the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains, just to name a few. No matter your pleasure, you’re sure to find plenty of reasons to come and enjoy the “Gem of the Desert—La Quinta!”

The Coachella Valley is made up of seven unique cities that form one magical desitnation known as the Palm Springs Desert Resorts. From nostalgic Palm Springs on the west end to Indio – the city of festivals- in the east, countless adventures await you in between. Whether you choose to chance your luck at a casino, explore the surrounding terrain or learn about the native cultures of the land, there’s truly something for everyone in the Palm Springs Desert Resort Cities.

Palm Springs Desert resorts include the following areas: Indian Wells, Palm Desert, La Quinta, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Cathedral City and Indio.

Enjoy warm Southern California weather all year round. With an average of 350 days of sunshine a year, La Quinta is sure to offer the perfect climate for whatever you have planned, either a vacation or living in the area. Hike and bike, tennis, and of course golf all winter long. Soak up some sunshine in April. Spend September lingering in the never-ending summer.