This city is perhaps best known for its agricultural influence. Residents and industry professionals lovingly refer it to as "The Salad Bowl of the World." Across the United States and Canada you can find lettuce and other vegetables in your local supermarket that were grown in the fertile fields of Salinas. Living in the area provides you with the opportunity to enjoy farm fresh produce on a regular basis. More dining opportunities include authentic Mexican food, barbecue joints, and five star restaurants in Old Town. It's located just a few miles from Monterey where you can enjoy exquisite clam chowder and other seafood at the Wharf and Cannery Row. A coastal getaway is just a few minutes away when you live in Salinas.

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The homes in Salinas, California range from being modest and affordable to spacious and luxurious. Homes can be found in the urban center or in gated communities along the River Road Wine Trail. If you want to be in the center of industry, government, and business of the beautiful Monterey County, Salinas is the place for you. This is a city full of endless character, history, and beauty. Learn why Salinas could be the perfect place for you to make your next move.

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