1). La Jolla
La Jolla has certainly earned its name as “The Jewel” of the West Coast. Sometimes referred to as a “Beverly Hills on the beach,” the town attracts tourists and wealthy residents who flock to its picturesque, sweeping estates overlooking the sparkling waters of the Pacific Ocean.
The homes may carry multimillion dollar price tags, but their impressive architecture and the stunning location are worth the cost. Immaculately maintained streets and sidewalks pass before the neighborhood’s many designer and luxury stores, art galleries, and high end restaurants, as well several towering hotels.
If you’re thinking of moving to La Jolla, you can expect to be bumping elbows with celebrities and California socialites, as well as plenty of paparazzi. Make sure to stop by the Cove on your visit too, to take in the sights and sounds of the seals that flock to the area’s tide pools.