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Beautiful Solana Beach is located right on the coast in North San Diego County. It is known for its crashing surf along its bluffs making it a surfer's and body boarder's delight, but not ideal conditions for swimming. Its temperatures are mild, with winters in the mid 60s and summers in the low 70s. Though cloud and fog cover hug the city in the early morning and late evenings, it has clear skies on most days by late morning.

The charming seaside community of Solana Beach has just over 13,000 residents in its 4 square miles. This is probably not just due to city's area, but also due to the fact only the very wealthy can afford to live here. The median household income is over $103K per year and the median priced home is well over $1M. However, it is the only city in San Diego County that has a less than 1% tax rate. Solana Beach is also within the highly-acclaimed San Dieguito Union High School District.

Solana Beach has a mix of unique, eclectic boutiques, art galleries, surf shops, and furniture stores. The Cedros Design District has 85 shops with fine art, sculptures, Italian ceramics, and unique, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. Of course, there are clothing boutiques that feature designer clothes and handmade pieces and jewelry pieces to accessorize. The District is also where you will find live music and Solana Beach's Farmers Market.

You will also find the internationally known, Belly Up Tavern. The Belly Up is known for bringing great live music to San Diego. It has been voted, "San Diego's Best Live Music Venue" on several occasions as well as being named "One of the hottest clubs on the West Coast," by Rolling Stone magazine.

Sustaining and improving the environment is a major concern with the city. Recycling and Coaster transportation are heavily marketed. The city also has outlawed blowers, aimed at lowering both yard work noise and pollution.