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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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Fisk Mill Cove
Highway 1 and Kruse Ranch Road, Jenner, CA 95450

Fisk Mill Cove is a day use area of Salt Point State Park that provides picnickers with paved parking, picnic tables, small upright barbeques, restrooms, and drinking water. Additionally, the bishop…

Jenner Vacation Rentals
Contact us directly, Jenner, CA 95450

Where Sonoma Wine Country meets the Pacific Ocean. We offer exclusive vacation rentals along the Sonoma Coast and inland. Our vacation rentals are ocean front, ocean view, river and ocean view, and…

The Lighthouse
130 Poppy Court, Bodega Bay, CA 94923

Contemporary, 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, Fully Equipped Kitchen, Dining Area, Large flat-screen HDTV with Blu-Ray DVD and surround sound in large living room, FREE Wireless High Speed Internet, Fireplace,…

camp
21350 Coast Highway 1, Jenner, CA 95450

Timber Cove is a calm pacific ocean cove with easy access in one of the most beautiful locations on earth! The rugged north coast of Sonoma County California offers excellent boating, fishing and…

Sandy Cove Beach at Fort Ross State Historic Park
19005 Highway 1, Jenner, CA 95450

Sandy Beach Cove lies below Fort Ross. The principal port of the settlement remained 19 miles to the south at Port Rumiantsev (Bodega Bay). There was frequent travel and transport of goods between…