Guides

  • Palm Springs

    Palm Springs is a very well-known resort city in the Coachella Valley. Located approximately 82 miles from Big Bear, 107 miles east of Los Angeles and 123 miles northeast of…

  • Cathedral City

    Cathedral City known as Cat City is located between Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage. Cathedral City has the second largest population in the Coachella Valley, after Indio. Cathedral City offers…

  • Rancho Mirage

    Rancho Mirage is one of the most luxurious cities in the Coachella valley. World renowned for its exclusive communities, golf courses, Hollywood glamour and international events. The Eisenhower Medical Center…

  • Palm Desert

    Palm Desert is one of the most desired cities in the Coachella Valley, approximately 14 miles east of Palm Springs. Home to the “Rodeo Drive” of the desert, El Paseo shopping…

  • Indian Wells

    Indian Wells, between Palm Desert and La Quinta, is the smallest town in the Coachella Valley, the city population is around 5,165. Indian Wells is primarly known for hosting the…

  • La Quinta

    La Quinta is beautifully located under the San Jacinto mountains, between Indian Wells and Indio. Famously known for some of the best golf in the world, La Quinta is home to…

  • Indio

    Indio, today the nickname is the “City of Festivals” because of the multiple events taken place here. The Empire Polo Fields, opened in 1987, the venue features a capacity of more than…

  • Coachella

    Coachella is the easternmost city in the region, 28 miles past the city of Palm Springs, known as the “City of Eternal Sunshine.” Coachella is widely known for its land…

  • Thermal

    Thermal is an unincorporated community within the Coachella Valley.  Located approximately 25 miles southeast of Palm Springs and 9 miles north of Salton Sea. Built during World War II and used…