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Sonoma Coast & Sea Villages

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More than 55 miles of dramatic Pacific coast create Sonoma County’s western border. While it’s a stunning drive, take a break with the 17 miles of beaches and coastal bluffs in Sonoma Coast State Park. Savor the day at one of the many regional parks that dot the coastline. The Sonoma coastline is rugged, dramatic, and scenic – yet approachable. Relax at the beach for the day, take a hike, go camping, or enjoy a romantic picnic.

No matter what your speed for the day is, trails, beaches, and scenic overlooks will beckon you to get out and explore. But if you’re in the mood for an aquatic adventure, be sure to check out Sonoma County's safety tips for water activities. Get a free Visitors Guide and Map to start planning.

 

Places in the Coast & Sea Villages Region

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Campbell Cove
Westshore Road, Bodega Bay, CA 94923

This sheltered cove near Bodega Head offers a flat beach that can be quite large at low tide and mostly underwater at high tide. Not a busy spot, at low tide it can be a good place for a picnic, or…

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

Whether you want to rent some gear to shred some waves or just need a bathing suit to wear while enjoying your hot tub. Stop by Northern Light and see why Sonoma County has voted us the #1 Surf Shop…

River View Cottage
Contact us directly, Jenner, CA 95450

Relaxing Retreat...River View Cottage is the perfect accommodation for a couple, small family or friends. Watch as the colors change over the river as the sun goes down. Enjoy the beautiful private…

Entrance to Timber Cove
21780 North Coast Highway 1, Jenner, CA 95450

With three inspiring meeting rooms, two large decks and an events lawn, Timber Cove is a breath of fresh air for your next small meeting, corporate retreat or full buy-out. Accommodating any and all…

Fort Ross Reef
19005 Highway 1, Jenner, CA 95450

Fort Ross Reef is a scuba diving destination just offshore from Fort Ross State Historic Park. There is a day-use parking area for access to the beach and the reef.