Homer; where the road ends and the sea begins. The town is one hundred years old, small enough to walk all over with many trails to hike above and along the miles of shoreline. Fine galleries, eateries, and local entertainment [music or theater etc.], also fishing for salmon, halibut, and other species from shore or with charter boats or along the rivers. Across the bay there is Seldovia, a native community, nice and picturesque or Halibut Cove, an art community with many boardwalks; visit galleries or have lunch/dinner with a friend at the Saltry, a fine restaurant.Golfing, riding, swimming, bicycle riding and many other activities are available in Homer - also kayaking across Kachemak Bay and daytrips with a watertaxi.