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San Francisco, California Youth Hostels - Pacific Tradewinds Backpacker Hostel was specifically designed for fun loving, social, international travelers who truly enjoy hosteling. If you are this type of traveler and like to make new friends, we'd love to meet you and welcome you!
Santa Ynez, California Bike Tours - Half day and Full day Cycling Tours of the beautiful Santa Barbara Wine Country. Includes a gourmet picnic lunch served table side overlooking a vineyard with wine tasting. All abilities welcome!. Bike rentals and self guided tours as well.
San Francisco, California Bike Tours - We transport San Francisco locals and visitors to wine country and set them up with expert guides, top-notch bikes, beautiful countryside, and a chance to taste California’s world-class wines.
Forestville, California Bed & Breakfasts - Located in the small town of Forestville, California just minutes from Healdsburg, in the stunning Russian River Valley Region of Sonoma County's famed wine country, Farmhouse represents the finest level of Sonoma Inns, Restaurants and Spas.
Jenner, California Bed & Breakfasts - Jenner Inn and Cottages is nestled near the Sonoma Wine Country on the Northern California Coast, where the Russian River cascades into the Pacific Ocean. We are a leisurely 90 minute drive from San Francisco.
Quincy, California Bed & Breakfasts - You are invited to step back to a gracious and simpler time, a time of romance and quiet beauty. Originally known as the Huskinson House, built in 1893 by Edward Huskinson for his family, the Inn today reflects the sartorial splendor of Queen Anne.
Redding, California Bed & Breakfasts - Late Victorian with great views, gourmet breakfasts, antiques. Close to Sundial Bridge, golfing, fishing, biking trails, museum
Groveland, California Hotels & Resorts - Hotel Charlotte is a boutique hotel near Yosemite, offering 10 individually decorated rooms with private bathroom and TV, plus Guest Houses nearby. Charlotte Bistro & Bar feature modern american cuisine, local Sierra Foothills wine and a full bar.
Santa Rosa, California Wine Tasting - Experience wine tasting at Martin Ray Winery! Also enjoy tours of our historic winery site, by appointment Bring a lunch to enjoy in our picnic grounds overlooking the vineyards. Historic landmark, legendary wines
Santa Rosa, California Wine Tasting - Nestled on a 156-acre wine estate in the heart of Sonoma County minutes from downtown Santa Rosa, Paradise Ridge Winery offers spectacular natural vistas overlooking the Russian River Valley.
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California, also known as the “Golden State,” attracts tourists from all around the world. California beaches are the perfect place for a summer getaway and the cities of California offer incredible nightlife and an unforgettable urban experience. There are plenty of outdoor and indoor adventures to be had here and pretty much anything you could think of to do on your next vacation, you can do in California! This state is very large and has great tourist attractions and fun things to see and do from top to bottom.
Start your California travels in the southern part of the state, where the second largest city in the country, Los Angeles, is located. Shop, dine and enjoy the lavish and fabulous nightlife in LA. Spend a day in nearby Hollywood, full of movie stars and celebrities, or head to San Diego, home to warm, gorgeous beaches and surf culture! Just up the coast from Los Angeles you will find Laguna Beach, a picturesque beach town where you can soak up the sun or surf the waves, and you never know, maybe you’ll find a celebrity on the beach towel next to you! If you’re traveling with kids on your California vacation, head to Anaheim and spend a few days at Disney Land, the famous international theme park and every kid’s paradise!
Travel up North, to the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area! Check out an art festival, have a delicious dinner on the waterfront and snap a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco is well known for its rolling hills, colorful Victorian style homes, quaint parks and cable car system. Many tourists decide to hop on the old-fashioned cables cars to get from one end of the city to the next. Head out of the San Francisco area, to some of northern California’s state parks, where hundred year old Redwood trees can be found along with a wide variety of wildlife. Try some of the local’s homegrown, farm fresh foods that can be purchased at an outdoor market and stay in a California cabin or B&B Inn.
Travel down the grapevine and catch beautiful views of the Pacific coastline. Head to the Sierra Mountains for a family hiking trip or some adventurous mountain climbing on your California vacation. Next up check out Death Valley, west of LA, where there is more than three million acres of open land; the perfect place for hiking, biking, and sight-seeing.
With all that it has to offer, no wonder California has become one of the most traveled to destinations in the world. Check out all the great California accommodations, tours and adventure trips we have on our website, RealAdventures.com, today and let us help you plan your California vacation!