Palm Springs VillagefestDreaming of a warm winter? You don’t have to if you decide to visit (or even better, relocate) to somewhere naturally warm, like Palm Springs, California. The early months of the year are among the best times to visit Palm Springs — you’ll avoid the summertime heat that residents know all too well while being able to enjoy the consistently beautiful weather.

Events Throughout the Winter

Palm Springs doesn't slow down for the winter, and their event calendar is proof of that. Throughout the winter you will find many festivals. There’s the Villagefest Street Festival, a regular Thursday evening street festival in Downtown Palm Springs where artisans, entertainers, shops, and restaurants showcase their wares and samples to the public. If you’re only in…

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Just an hour and a half south of Palm Springs is Temecula, a small, luxurious town of a little over 100,000 people that makes a great getaway for Palm Springs homeowners. 

Among the many options of things to do in Temecula are some of the finest wineries in the state, making this a great option to gather some friends and make a weekend of it. 

To help get your weekend planned, we’ve compiled a list of a few of the finest wineries in Temecula you’ll want to check out. 

Baily Vineyard and Winery

Starting on Rancho California Road, Baily Vineyard and Winery has been operating since the early nineties, working with four different vineyards in the area to create some of the finest wines in the area. 

Start the tour off right by having a little…

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View from San Jacinto Mountain near palm springs real estate

One of the many benefits of living in Palm Springs is being surrounded by miles and miles of the natural beauty of this oasis town.

And with so many hiking trails to explore, residents of Palm Springs never run out of places to take in the breathtaking vistas inherent to the area while also catching a little exercise.

To get you excited about these scenic paths, we’ve come up with 5 of the best hiking trails in Palm Springs.

Mount San Jacinto Peak

To get to this nearly 17 kilometer trail, hikers ride up the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway to take in priceless views before even beginning their hike. 

With panoramic scenes overlooking Palm Springs, this hike is a somewhat difficult but incredibly rewarding jaunt. 

Tahquitz Canyon Loop…

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With an incredible view of the San Jacinto mountains completely surrounding this quiet neighborhood, it’s no surprise La Quinta is known as the gem of the desert. 

Containing affluent options for homeowners as well as more economical options, La Quinta homes are sure to impress on first sight of these picturesque homes.

In this week's post, we’ll be taking a look at why La Quinta real estate contains some of the finest options in Palm Springs. 

La Quinta Real Estate

Homes in the La Quinta area take inspiration from the natural beauty of the area they’re in, so many of these are modern and mid-century modern builds with an emphasis on merging indoor and outdoor spaces. 

On the higher end, these homes are the picture of luxury — floor to…

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View of Palm Springs

Palm Springs has a whole host of museums for history buffs as well as those who love learning while being entertained. Museums in Palm Springs are a great mix of this town’s rich cultural heritage in the area and its diverse artistic scene today. So without further ado, here are a few of the many museums waiting for you to explore in Palm Springs. 

Palm Springs Art Museum

Aptly located on Museum Drive in the Downtown Palm Springs area, the Palm Springs Art Museum has multiple permanent exhibits as well as a good number that change every few months, so there’s always something new to discover here. 

From paintings and sculptures to more abstract exhibitions such as glass, the Palm Springs Art Museum is a great way to spend the day appreciating…

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