Chula Vista is the second largest city in San Diego county. The city's population is below two hundred thousand people, and the ethnic majority is white. It has an almost perfect Mediterranean climate.
According to Chula Vista's official website, its history can be traced back millions of years through prehistoric fossils of both land and sea types. Around 3000 B.C., Yuman-speaking people began moving into the area. Many of the Native American Indians in San Diego today are descendants of the Kumeyaay tribe, who have roamed here for hundreds of years.
Chula Vista allows the visitor to enjoy many outdoor recreational activities. Not only is it home to the US Olympic Training Center, but also to the Chula Vista Nature Center and Knotts Soak City USA. There also plenty of parks, golf courses, and a beautiful harbor.
This city has a considerably large cultural environment, due to facilities available, such as the Chula Vista Heritage Museum, the San Diego Junior Theatre, Onstage Playhouse, and the Chula Vista Public Library system. Finally, the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre is an outdoor performing arts theater and is designed specially for music.