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Bodega

The tiny village of Bodega has big-screen cred: It, along with neighboring Bodega Bay, provided Sonoma County locations for director Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller “The Birds.” 

Movie enthusiasts can drive by such landmarks as St. Teresa’s Church and the Potter Schoolhouse (now a private residence). Then, grab a snack at one of the markets and visit the eclectic mix of shops.

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Art Photo
17175 Bodega Highway, Bodega, CA 94922

Over 50 Local Artisans. Near hiking trails, pastures and camping on the beaches of the Northern California Coast you will find us in Bodega, California. Visit our art gallery and explore each room…

Surfing on the Northern California coast Photo
17191 Bodega Highway, Bodega, CA 94922

There’s only one way to start surfing, bodyboarding, or skimming… get the right gear, and get out there. We rent surfboards, body boards, super good wetsuits, and skim boards for $16.95, for 24…

Bodega Country Store Photo
17190 Bodega Highway, Bodega, CA 94922

The Bodega Country Store has re-opened in September 2018 after being closed for close to two years. The Store is a community market in town. Ariel Coddington opened the store with the idea of…

Casino Bar & Grill Photo
17000 Bodega Highway, Bodega, CA 94922

The Casino Bar & Grill is located in the historic town of Bodega. The Casino is a landmark roadhouse saloon, a community touchstone, and a place where friends and visitors can gather for a drink, a…

Seagull Antiques Photo
17190 Bodega Highway, Bodega, CA 94922

Seagull Antiques offers a wide variety of items, including memorabilia from Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 movie “The Birds,” which was shot in this area, as well as a selection of vintage and antique…