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Vacation Rental Price Information in Temecula
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Rental Availability Information in Temecula
Find out the percentage of available rentals in Temecula with the graph above. In December (12/22 - 12/29), only 59 are available. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in April (4/27 - 5/4).
The Weather in Temecula
Above are the weather conditions for Temecula. August is the warmest month of the year in Temecula with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 91°. However, temperatures can go lower than 39° in Temecula in December. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
Temecula vacation homes are all about beachside bliss
Beachside vacation homes in Temecula, California are situated ideally between the City of Angels and San Diego. This area of the sunshine state's coast is filled with port towns, pristine beaches and seafood shacks along the shore. Wander the streets with an ice cream or dive into the surf.
Hot tamales and Thai
While you're staying on California's coast, you have the luxury of both sumptuous seafood dishes and the state's passion for local produce. Los Angeles' culinary culture is famous, and there are mouthwatering food trucks and sushi bars to discover on its streets. Thai Town is a relatively new addition to the scene, and the hot tamales to the eastern end of the city are worth commuting for. Outside of the city, there are superb seafood shacks and restaurants, roadside farm stands and vineyards.
See Latino art and exotic animals
Visitors should check out the Museum of Latin American Art, where the range of Latino art from 1945 onwards comprises the permanent collection. You'll be wowed by spiritual abstracts by Arnaldo Roche Rabell and Cecilia Miguez's bronze statues, among the creations of many other exceptional artists. The San Diego Zoo, meanwhile, is one of the premier attractions in southern California. The huge enclosures closely replicate the natural habitats of over three thousand animals.
Surfer culture and sea lions
The Golden State's beaches are among the most celebrated in the world. Surfing culture is central to the way of life on California's coast, while cities like Long Beach are famed for their unique coastal culture. Why not take a guided tour of the retired battleship USS Iowa or visit the Aquarium of the Pacific, a huge indoor ocean. Sharks, jellyfish and sea lions are among the over twelve thousand marine inhabitants at this fascinating center. Watch the seals up close at La Jolla Children's Pool.
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