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Encinitas, CA

Encinitas, CA


Encinitas, CA

Moving to Encinitas, CA – What to Expect
Encinitas, CA is a coastal beach city located in San Diego County. The city has 6 miles of coastline along the Pacific Ocean and is located about 25 miles north of San Diego and 95 miles south of Los Angeles. if a move to Encinitas, CA is in your plans then you’ll be interested to know that the city’s population has expanded of about 60,000 and is filled with cliffs, flat-topped coastal areas, steep mesa bluffs, and rolling hills. There are plenty of things to do and see in Encinitas so get ready to have some fun!   

Moving to Encinitas – What to expect

  • The climate in Encinitas. Encinitas enjoys one of the most desirable climates in the nation! With an annual high temperature of 72 degrees and an annual low temperature of 52 degrees you can easily see that the weather is near perfect all the time. Average annual rainfall is a mere 12 inches and it never snows! The only downfalls to Encinitas’s weather is what the locals refer to as “June Gloom” and “May Gray” which are periods of night and morning low clouds along the coastal strip.  
  • Shopping in Encinitas. Rancho Santa Fe Plaza is a local favorite shopping center in Encinitas. Often described as having “old world” charm, Rancho Santa Fe Plaza features Spanish tiles, bubbling fountains, French café tables and tree-lined open courtyards similar to what you might see in a quaint European Village. The center offers shops and boutiques, restaurants, real estate services and many other service businesses. The Lumberyard in nearby San Diego is another favorite shopping spot with off-beat shops, art galleries, restaurants and more. Hansen’s Surf Shop, located on Coast Highway 101, is a premier surf shop and has been ranked one of the best in the country.
  • Playing in Encinitas. Located on the Pacific Ocean, Encinitas has plenty of recreation opportunities to satisfy most anyone. Encinitas is known for its beaches and water sports as well as hiking, biking, and golf. With 6 miles of beaches Encinitas is also a favorite spot for surfers. The city has often been referred to as a surfer’s paradise. Downtown Encinitas is always offering something fun to do whether you’re in the mood to shop, dine or play. They host several events yearly including: Taste of Main Street, Fall Festival, Annual Encinitas Street Fair, and Wellness Week.
  • Dining in Encinitas. For a great bite to eat you need to check out the downtown Encinitas dining establishments. Angelo’s Burgers is world renowned for having the greatest hamburgers burritos, tacos and more! Barracuda Grill offers lamb shank, steak frittes, linguine, tiger shrimp, and an elegant wine bar. If you’re in the mood for something different you might want to try Jamroc 101. Jamroc serves wicked Jamaican patties along with a myriad of other authentic Jamaican entrees for lunch or dinner. When it’s time for some dessert, stop by Chuao Chocolatier. Chuao combines premium Venezuelan chocolate with fresh natural ingredients. Bubby’s Gelato is another favorite for after dinner delights serving Italian gelato. Area Restaurants

Moving to Encinitas, California – New Resident Links
City of Encinitas
Chamber of Commerce
Community Information
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The service center for Encinitas, CA is located in Vista, CA.

Information about Encinitas, CA

Est. Population: 61593
County: San Diego
Latitude: 33.0333
Longitude: -117.2833
Zip Codes: 92023
92024