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Arroyo Grande
With its year-round Mediterranean climate and charming village atmosphere, the city of Arroyo Grande had everything that a small coastal community has to offer. This city of 17,180 is part of the South County coastal…

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Atascadero
This mid-sized community combines the beauty of nature and rural country life. With a population of 26,411 this town has rural charm that is within minutes of all the central coast has to offer.

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Avila Beach
With its warm and sunny microclimate and small beach town feel, Avila Beach is the quaint little beach community with so much more. This city of 8,522 is nestled between San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach.

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Cambria
The picturesque community of Cambria is the gateway to the world renowned California coast redwoods. With it’s historic architecture, unique shops, galleries, and one of a kind beaches, Cambria is…

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Cayucos
Located off of Highway 1 between Morro Bay and Cambria, this little sea community has a mild, moderate climate that make the white sand beaches the perfect place.

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Grover Beach
The city of Grover Beach covers 2.25 square miles that encompasses a wide array of activities including dune hiking, fishing, camping, horse back riding, and off road riding.

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Los Osos / Baywood Park
Once inhabited by California Grizzly Bears and Chumash Indians, Los Osos / Baywood Park, California has become a community where nature still prevails. Los Osos CA is the gateway to Montana de Oro State Park.

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Morro Bay
This historic fishing village features all that the sea has to offer. From fishing to kayaking to whale watching, Morro Bay is a sea enthusiasts’ paradise. The community of 10,309 is spread over an area of 10.2 square miles…

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Nipomo
The best weather in the country? You bet! Nipomo has the distinction of being the only community to recieve a perfect score of 100 in the Places Rated Almanac.

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Oceano
This ocean town is part of the Five Cities area of South County and is the location of the Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area. With a population of 7,260 people, Oceano features the only beach in California…

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Paso Robles
Paso Robles is where wine, culinary delights and the art of living well are well defined. With a population of 30,072, the city of Paso Robles has grown from a small train stop to a thriving cultural mecca.

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Pismo Beach
Pismo Beach is one of the communities in the Five Cities metropolitan area that boasts a 1200 ft pier and Pismo clams that are featured in the local restaurants award winning clam chowders. With a population of…

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San Luis Obispo
The city of San Luis Obispo was founded in 1772 by Father Junipero Sierra and is one of California’s oldest communities. Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, San Luis Obispo is just hours from all…

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San Miguel
The Spanish missionaries chose this area just North of Paso Robles in 1797 to build a mission to fill in the gap between Mission San Antonio and Mission San Luis Obispo. In addtion to the mission, the missionaries also…

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San Simeon
San Simeon may be home to one of California’s most well known landmarks Hearst Castle, but it is much more than that. Spend time in this little coastal town and you will uncover some of its hidden treasures.

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Santa Margarita
The small community of Santa Margarita is located in the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains right outside of Atascadero. This small town was established by the missionaries of Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa in 1790…

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Templeton
The small community of Templeton located between Atascadero and Paso Robles started out as the end of the line for the Union Pacific Railroad. In the last 1880’s, passengers traveling from San Francisco would stop in…

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