When you buy a home in San Diego, you'll find that you live close to amazing art museums, fantastic cultural venues for enjoying the theater and symphony, beautiful outdoor gardens, historical treasures like the USS Midway, and many other fun attractions to explore. San Diego residents have access to a world of experiences nearby as well, like the flower fields and small festivals of Carlsbad, or the beach cities of La Jolla, Encinitas, and Del Mar just a short driveup the coast. Close by in Orange County, you'll find the Huntington Beach Pier, Disneyland, and Angel's baseball, too, in case you're the type who enjoys a weekend away. Road trips to places like the mountain town of Julian, CA, or to Phoenix, AZ and Las Vegas, NV are just a short drive away, as San Diego sits in a great location to take in adventure opportunities of all kinds. Some people like to boast that it's "always 70 degrees in San Diego," and while that does seem to be true, you will get some fluctuation in weather. Throughout most of the year, San Diego is sunny and warm (but not too warm) during the daytime. Evenings sometimes get chilly because the city sits near the water, but not typically during summertime. On most days in San Diego, you're fine with lightweight clothing and a jacket for excursions at night. Winter in San Diego is the only time you really need a heavier coat, but consider that we're talking about temperatures that don't much go below 50 degrees.
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