The hills above Los Santos and home to the stars.
Anyone that can afford to live here does - luxurious, exclusive and uninsurable.
West Los Santos. A very upscale neighborhood with some of the most expensive retail outlets in America, let alone Los Santos. With views over Santa Maria Beach to the south and Los Santos Inlet and Flint County to the west. Expensive, highly desirable, for intense capitalists.
Tough suburb. So tough I wished my mother-in-law lived there. Serious social problems persist, including, but not limited to, drugs, car crime, murder, stupidity and self-deception. Home to the Grove Street Families, once, the toughest and most respected gang in South Central Los Santos, now seriously in decline. Them's the breaks. Grove Street runs west to east through Ganton and ends in a cul-de-sac populated by the oldest Grove Street Families.
Contested turf, currently in control of Front Yard Ballas, a major set of Ballas. Old Reece's Barber Shop has been the local news service for years. Worth hitting up for information.
Home to "Blastin' Fools Records" - the leading gangster rap label in the world. And very socially responsible they are too. Always pay their police bribes on time.
Locked between San Andreas Sound and Fisher's Lagoon, Palomino looks out toward the bright lights of Las Venturas. Local beauty spot, Hanky Panky Point, is notorious as a local make-out location, popular with young couples and dirty old men.
Stuck between Ballas, Vagos and Grove Street turf, this neighborhood has been contested ground for years. Because this neighborhood contains community basketball courts and the towers, there is always some gang activity. Control seems to be impossible but desired by all. Not quite sure why.
At the very center of the state of San Andreas, Blueberry is a farming community and home to the Fleischberg Brewery. To the west of local farm, Blueberry Acres lies a large hill, known locally as the Panopticon. The Panopticon affords views of both Bone and Flint counties and Easter Basin Airport, serving San Fierro. We're sure some crime takes place here, only currently, we don't know what.
Where the rich play golf and shower together in exclusive surroundings, and pay a fortune for the privilege.
Beauty spot popular with late night revelers. Impromptu beach parties common, occasionally descend into gang violence. But parties usually safe and friendly. Which is why we shut them down.
Fighting a vicious fight against crime and the fact that being a fireman is a lot more glamorous.
Extremely dangerous hispanic street gang. Violent, proud, psychotic. Heavily involved in gun running, street violence. Have traditionally been anti-narcotics. Long term gang feud with Los Santos Vagos, as well as rivalries with all other street gangs in Los Santos. Dislike of San Fierro Rifa. Wear turquoise.
Logging town at the foot of Mount Chiliad, now a center for outdoor sports such as mountain biking and wearing expensive outdoor clothing.
This region is riddled with marijuana farms. It's a crime and you shouldn't do it, because if you do it, you are a criminal. Luckily, we get to bust criminals and put them in prison, where they get raped by killers. Ha Ha.
The official home of the Sixty Niners! the most up and down, you win some, you lose some team in sports!
Docklands and bay area waterfront, has become home to Vietnamese gangs including the Da Nang Boys, Shining Razors and Butterfly Children.
Old industrial neighborhood under heavy redevelopment as yuppies and businessmen move in as fast as they can.
San Fierro Rifa territory. Bordering on Hashbury. This semi-industrial sector is believed to have become a major hub in the international drugs trade.
Hippies! Don't they just make your skin crawl. They're useless, pointless, meaningless, soap-dodging parasites. In my day, we would round up guys like this and shoot them. That's why we fought the war!
America's favorite use of the battery farm. It's healthy, nutritious and deep-fried.
Small, vehicular fast food vendor. Believed to have been a mechanic who once worked with organized crime in Vice City. Constantly stoned. Friends with hippies.
Upscale business area surrounding the financial district.
San Fierro's residential district, famous for its steep streets, characteristic housing and annoying liberals telling the rest of the world how to live.
Just hope you got insurance. Thank god we ain't communists. Free health care is revolting.
Visiting on a budget or lost your shirt at the tables? Rockshore will have accommodation to suit your cashflow. With charming views of Red County across San Andreas Sound.
The jewel in Las Venturas' tiara! A spectacular homage to family entertainment with something for the whole family - especially the dads! Try anything from ancient Rome to the mysteries of dynastic China. Every taste, and budget, catered for.
Take a trip to Las Venturas' origins as the gambling capital of the world. Lose money in casinos made famous by the Vinewood playboys of yesteryear.
If you like to play big, try the no-limits poker tables or drool at the finest showgirls in town.
Once home to an ancient rock worshipped by the desert peoples, now a Mecca for those who worship rock. The V-Rock Hotel is the premiere rock-themed hotel and entertainment complex in San Andreas. Plentiful parking and access to the Julius Thru Way.
Site of the notorious Blackfield Bad Trip of 1967, in which some 700 hippies choked to death on toads. This district has since been developed into a state of the art indoor dirt bike arena.
A quaint desert town steeped in local history, home to preserved hopi ruins and the terrible setting of the Barrancas Mass Grave, in 1842, the 66TH Cavalry, under the command of Colonel Henry Bolt, was stationed in nearby Fort Carson when they answered a call for help from homesteaders under attack from bandits. Riding to the rescue, the whole force fell down a hole. It is said that the sound of a hundred horses can be heard riding through the town at midnight...
Las Venturas Airport is a major international hub, serving the whole of Eastern San Andreas. Over 100 countries fly direct to LVA. It's great for tourism - fly them in, rob them blind, kick them out.
This quarry will employ anyone. Real slackers. Any fool can show up and have a go.
Massive satellite installation. Locally known as The Big Ear. Locals are often born with no ears, due to radiation poisoning from this thing.
A Bone County Legend. Very beautiful. People come from miles around to see it.
People can learn how to boat here. In other words, how to sit in a boat and let it float. Very difficult, I'm sure.