Situated between the state's two largest cities, Los Angeles, 90 miles to the north, and San Diego, 30 miles to the south. The resort climate, rural setting, central location and affordable housing prices make San Marcos an attractive place to live. San Marcos blends small town informality with forward-looking development. Bordered to the west by the unclouded beaches of the Pacific and on the east by the magnificent Laguna Mountains and Anza Borrego Desert, San Marcos offers a dynamic environment in the midst of fruit orchards, horse ranches and farms.
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