Coachella Valley

Coachella Valley is a peaceful place to call home. People genuinely care about one another, and thanks to its rich Hollywood history, there is an air of sophistication surrounding the region.

Welcome to Coachella Valley

Desert oasis with panoramic vistas and retro-chic vibe
Since the early 1920s, the rich and famous have been flocking to the Coachella Valley. Many Hollywood A-listers frequented the desert oasis due to its proximity to Los Angeles, which is only a two-hour drive. And while the Kardashians have replaced Frank Sinatra, the area is still rich in celebrity history.
The weekend vacation spot is a peaceful place to unwind from the stressors of city life. The mid-century architecture exudes retro-chic designs, attracting people to the area's fun vibe.
Known as a premier golfing destination, Coachella Valley has more than 100 golf courses with exclusive country clubs, PGA tournament courses, and public greens to meet the demands of the many residents and visitors who frequent the area.

What to Love

  • Relaxing and fun
  • Rich in Hollywood history
  • Upscale fine dining and shopping
  • Unique architecture and retro vibe
  • More than 100 golf courses
  • Strong cultural arts center
  • Beautiful weather

Local Lifestyle

Coachella Valley is a peaceful place to call home. People genuinely care about one another, and thanks to its rich Hollywood history, there is an air of sophistication surrounding the region. At the same time, residents embrace their free-spirit vibe and strut their fashion style at the many local chic boutiques and upscale shopping districts.
Many artists call Coachella Valley home, thriving in an area that promotes architectural history. Local art galleries and festivals encourage artisans to display their work, with the La Quinta Arts Celebration being one of the country's best fine art and craft festivals. The film industry is also active in the region, along with professional musicians that take every opportunity they can to perform.
The weather is like nowhere else in the country, with 364 days of pure sunshine. Relaxing poolside with a cool drink in hand has become a beloved pastime in Coachella Valley. In the springtime, spectacular wildflowers bloom, and in the winter months, the snowcaps on the surrounding mountaintops bring in milder temperatures to remind residents of how fortunate they are to live in such a breathtaking area.

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

There are many fine-dining options in Coachella Valley. Le Paon Restaurant is a four-star, award-winning eatery that combines old-world elegance with contemporary French cuisine. For upscale shopping, visit The Gardens on El Paso, a two-story open-air complex with shops offering top-name brands.
The Certified Farmers’ Market happens every Saturday morning, bringing local vendors and farmers together to showcase their products. The market features farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, herbs, nuts, fresh-cut flowers, and more. In the summer, the event moves indoors to escape the heat.
For a better view of the region, jump on the Palm Spring Aerial Tramway. The eight-minute ride takes visitors 10,000 feet up the cliffs of Chino Canyon in the world's largest rotating tram car.
There is no better outdoor shopping event than Villagefest, which features 200 booths of one-of-a-kind artwork, handcrafted jewelry, and delicious food. The local galleries and shops stay open late on Thursday nights throughout the summer to participate in the festivities.

Things to Do

The Coachella Music Festival has put Coachella Valley on the map, with A-list celebrities and musicians flocking to the desert for the annual music and arts festival. Held in Indo at the Empire Polo Club, the two-weekend multi-stage event features renowned rock, hip-hop, indie, pop, and electronic dance music performers.
Stagecoach Festival is country music's answer to Coachella, and next year will feature Luke Bryan, Kane Brown, Chris Stapleton, Brooks & Dunn, and more as the scheduled headliners for 2023.
For those interested in watching a polo match, the Eldorado Polo Club features competitive world-class play every Sunday from January through March, typically held at 12 pm and 2 pm. It is the premier destination for players from around the world who come to the region to compete.
Living Desert Zoo and Gardens is a great place to visit and learn more about the desert ecosystem. The non-profit organization is active in habitat protection, conservation research, and education initiatives within the community. The zoo features small animal exhibits and has been a favorite of locals for more than 50 years.
For a relaxing break, visit Desert Hot Springs, a soaking pool built above a natural hot mineral water aquifer. Locals and visitors frequent "Spa City" to relax and enjoy the alleged medicinal properties of the water that can get as hot as 180ºF.

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