Pastry Swan Bakery’s Fix: A Dessert House offers sweets, drinks, food, and more.
El Paseo offers a smorgasbord of dining options sure to please even the most discerning palate.
“It’s the magic air … like nowhere else on the planet — sensual, warm, healing, calming. A true remedy
for long life and health.” — Palm Springs resident Suzanne Somers
Many desert dwellers gravitate to Cathedral City for its assortment of independent shops and restaurants.
While living in or visiting the Coachella Valley, it’s nearly impossible to miss Palm Desert, the geographical center of the nine desert communities.
Home to an inordinately high percentage of our nation’s most well-off retirees, Indian Wells is akin to a private club.
Almost surrounded by the Santa Rosa Mountains, La Quinta serves as the backdrop for such world-class events.
“California’s Spa City” attracts visitors from far and wide. Naturally heated underground to as much as 180 degrees, the healing waters have resulted in more than two dozen spas and spa hotels
While it’s undeniable that the inaugural Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival put Indio “on the map” in 1999, there’s so much more to do and see.
In the valley’s easternmost city, where 80 percent of the land remains undeveloped, the median age of residents is 24.
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