is a coastal resort city lying along the Pacific Ocean in San Diego's North County region of Southern California. Carlsbad is located 87 miles (140 km) south of Los Angeles and 35 miles (56 km) north of downtown San Diego. High property values, very high median family incomes, and high education levels have made Carlsbad one of the wealthiest communities in California and in the united States. The majority of San Diego County's top twenty-five employers have their locations closer to Carlsbad than San Diego. A coastal location, thriving commercial sector, and award-winning school district all contribute to the high standard of living in the area. It is one of the highest-income places in the Unites States. The city is mainly known for shopping, tourism, a booming high-tech industry, and resort living. The population was 105,328 in 2010.Where to stay?
For Intensive Immersion courses please contact us as we will be able to give you information on very nice places from 2 minutes walk to our location. Rates are from $56 per day.Carlsbad Hotels
Motel 6 Carlsbad
Ocean Palms Beach Resort, CarlsbadCertification available
: If you need a Certification for work or just for yourself please let us know.Directions from the airport
: You won't need a car as everything is in walking distance in Carlsbad. Also you will be able to stay close to the beach and exercise by going for walks, cycling, running, surfing, etc.
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|Climate data for Carlsbad, California|
|Average high °F (°C)||64|
|Average low °F (°C)||45|
San Diego, California
San Diego, California displays mild, sunny weather throughout the year, With average monthly temperatures ranging 57 F in January to 72 F) in July. Late summer and early autumn are usually sees the weather of the year. Very high temperatures are rare, though sometimes "Santa Ana" winds bring hot, dry air from the inland deserts to the east.
The San Diego climate often varies drastically over short geographical distances due to the San Diego Bay, and the city’s numerous hills, mountains and canyons. San Diego receives less than 12 inches of rain a year resulting in a borderline arid climate. The summers see little precipitation, while cooler half of the year (December through March) sees the heaviest rainfall. Though thunderstorms and hurricanes are very rare San Diego is subject to both droughts and floodsDirections from the airportWhere to stay
: Mission Valley, San Diego from $40 per night