Old Town La Quinta | Palm Springs

Old Town La Quinta | Palm Springs

Old Town La Quinta is nestled at the foot of the Santa Rosa Mountains, Old Town is La Quinta’s gathering place and Main Street. Here you will discover over 30 cafes, shops, boutiques, salons, and services in a setting treasured for its architectural charm and village atmosphere.

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What sets Old Town apart from shopping centers is its ability to offer a special experience – it’s the only shopping and dining destination where you can truly slip away and spend the day.

You’ll feel part of the community at Old Town. La Quinta’s historic village area is like the cozy shopping districts of Europe.

Old Town has everything a small town would offer to residents and guests. It is one of those rare places that features local, owner operated shops and restaurants.

Many people who frequent Old Town enjoy it as their home away from home.

Old Town La Quinta features dozens of boutiques and restaurants in the heart of downtown without a chain in sight. This is the perfect spot to find unique gifts for friends and family back home.

Within these boutique shops, you’ll find items like handcrafted soaps and lotions, cold-pressed olive oils, home decor with a desert flair and hard-to-find wines. You’ll also find boutiques carrying designer resort wear by names like Diane Von Furstenburg and Calypso.

Eat locally grown produce and shop Old Town’s Certified Farmers’ Market. Open on Sundays in fall through spring, the market features certified organic produce from area farmers and growers.

Even better, admission is free.

Shoppers also find fresh meats, nuts, sauces, gifts and more. If looking for gifts to bring home, the market provides a place to find items that reflect Palm Desert’s culture and history.

If you’re looking for a home or a condo in this area, contact me and I’ll help you find the perfect oasis to call your own. And if you’re interested in selling your home or condo in this area, visit my site for a free home evaluation.

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