There are a lot of fun activities to do in San Clemente, that is why irresistible and enamoring Cyprus Cove upscale real estate is such a popular option among potential home owners: there are boat tours and water sports including surfing, windsurfing and kite-surfing as well as reel to reef charters. Two of the biggest landmarks in the city include the San Clemente Pier and Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens. The meticulously-maintained, highly-desirable Cyprus Cove properties are all close to the San Clemente Coastal Trail and the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center, and while you are in the area check out San Onofre State Beach, it is absolutely beautiful.
There are three golf courses in San Clemente, Shorecliffs, Talega and San Clemente Municipal golf Course, and intriguing and compelling Cyprus Cove real estate is found in what is considered a year-round Mediterranean climate. Buyers are attracted to San Clemente for its beautiful stretches of beaches and panoramic vistas of the Pacific Ocean, it is also a popular destination for outdoor water sport enthusiast who enjoy everything from boogie-boarding to bicycling to people-watching. The inviting and enchanting Cyprus Cove properties are all close to San Clemente’s best beaches including North Beach, Dije Court, El Portal, Lasuen, T-Street and Mariposa, and there are many specialized activities planned throughout the year at the community center and at the San Clemente Aquatics Center.
San Clemente is famous for being the home of Nixon's "Western White House", and San Clemente is the surfing media capital of the world as well as a surfing destination. Fascinating and engaging Cyprus Cove air real estate is served by the Capistrano Unified School District, and San Clemente's city slogan is "Spanish Village by the Sea". The grand and venerable Cyprus Cove city-lights view homes for sale are all close to the San Clemente pier where you will find excellent boutique shopping, wonderful culinary choices and nightlife throughout the year. San Clemente is often referred to as a sleepy beachside city when compared to the hustle-and-bustle of its contemporary neighbors to the North, and the residents are just fine with that. Interstate 5-freeway bisects the city, and the community is closer to San Diego than it is to Los Angeles.