Welcome to Los Gatos
The village of Los Gatos, which is tucked away in the Santa Cruz Mountains' foothills, is only a short drive from both the Pacific coast and San Francisco's renowned cultural attractions. But most of the town's 30,000 inhabitants prefer to spend their free time nearby, and it's simple to understand why. Los Gatos, one of the Valley's few communities, attracts visitors from all over the Bay Area who come to shop, eat, and stroll the town's charming streets. Several thriving high-tech businesses are based in Los Gatos, and more are moving there every day. But because it has a strong sense of its own identity, it continues to stand out among Silicon Valley's cities. Numerous annual activities draw large crowds from the neighborhood. Los Gatos has a Mediterranean climate with 330 sunny days year and moderate average temperatures.
Within its 11 square miles are hillsides covered in oak trees, a creek bordered by redwoods, and a reservoir. The envy of all architecture buffs, Los Gatos' real estate options can consist of immaculate Victorian, Craftsman, ranch, and modern residences.