With an average year-round temperature of 70 degrees and more beaches than you can count, San Diego is the quintessential fun-in-the-sun escape. This beautiful beachside house is located in Encinitas, voted Best surf town in the U.S. by Surfer magazine.
Take in the ocean view from the shared workspace and relax after hours in the hot tub. You can borrow a bike and cruise into downtown Encinitas for some tasty fish tacos and hip shops or take a 2-minute stroll to the beach and play in the Pacific.
You’ll travel through Carlsbad and Orange County, enjoying the beautiful sights of crystal waters, chic resorts, vineyards and orange groves, before arriving at the bright lights of legendary LA.
No worries if you don’t have a car, California is connected by one of the country’s best train systems, with epic views of the coast along the way. From San Diego to Venice, the train ride is just over 4 hours.
Had your fill of urban beach culture and ready for a bit more of a cozy, forest scene? On your way to Outsite Santa Cruz, you’ll hit mission towns and stretches coast to explore. It’s not too long of a trip, so you can take it all in at a nice, leisurely pace without losing track of your workflow.
There are plenty of opportunities to stretch your legs with bikes trails and hikes through beautiful redwood groves in the many coastal California state parks.
Once you reach Santa Cruz you’ll be in awe of the many diverse ecosystems located in a relatively small area. The Outsite villa is located one block from the ocean and scenic West Cliff Drive. There are several great beaches, quiet hidden coves and bay views within minutes of your front door. Outsite Santa Cruz is the only beach villa with co-working spaces in the San Francisco Bay Area.
SANTA CRUZ TO LAKE TAHOE
Outsite’s forest mountain lodge features over 4,100 square feet of living/working space. The luxury home is located in the popular Angora Heights area in South Lake Tahoe. Work in our fully-equipped co-working space, or enjoy the many skiing, hiking, kayaking and other outdoor activities just beyond your doorstep.
Words: Annie Brown // Professional California Enthusiast
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