Imperial Beach, the most southwesterly city in the continental United States is a lovely place to live. Circumscribed by the Pacific Ocean and South San Diego Bay, the town is nestled between miles of uncrowded beaches, big surf, and unparalleled open spaces and wetlands teeming with wildlife.
Imperial Beach is one of the last untouched beach towns in Southern California, and is known as Classic Southern California. There is much to see and do in Imperial Beach from swimming/surfing the beach, taking a walking tour of public art, a nature walk and bird watching experience at the world-renowned Tijuana Estuary, or you can simple relax and enjoy the beautiful sunsets. The layout of Imperial Beach provides residents with both quiet neighborhoods and friendly communities.
The city has a Mediterranean climate with summer temperatures often in the upper 70s and winter temperatures in the 60s. Because of the comfortable year round temperatures, many homes in Imperial Beach are built without air conditioning. Imperial Beach often remains 10 degrees cooler than inland areas of San Diego County in the summer and 10 degrees warmer in the winter and has an average of about 323 days with mostly or partly sunny days.