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Find yourself amid the nature preserves, world class wineries, old growth redwood forests and rugged trails of California's North Coast, and you'll also discover artist enclaves, fine dining and music festivals.
San Francisco Bay Area
The San Francisco Bay Area has so much to explore, including the arts and culture of San Francisco, Silicon Valley's innovations, Marin's Headlands, Napa's vineyards, and Berkeley's free spirit.
The Central Coast is the perfect balance between urban and rural. From Monterey and Carmel through Big Sur and Santa Barbara, you'll find inspiration in wildlife refuges, vineyards, and beaches.
Los Angeles County
The question in Los Angeles is never what to do, but where to begin. The county is home to many famous attractions in a relatively concentrated space. Your choices include amusement parks, architectural landmarks, art museums and galleries, beaches, parks, hiking and shopping, to name a few.
Beaches, outdoor shopping complexes, and fine restaurants in Anaheim, Costa Mesa and quintessential beach towns along the coast take advantage of the great weather.
Outdoor enthusiasts will love Big Bear Lake, skiing in the San Jacinto Mountains, or escaping to the San Bernardino National Forest. Former agricultural towns to visit include Ontario, Riverside, and San Bernardino.
San Diego County
70 miles of coastline and reliably sunny weather in San Diego, home to museums, the San Diego Zoo, theme parks, famous golf courses, great food, shopping and nightlife in the historic downtown quarter.
The Shasta Cascade region is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise year round with every kind of recreation on Mounts Shasta and Lassen. In addition, you'll find arts, music, museums, and other urban amenities.
In the Gold Country, you'll enjoy fishing, rafting and kayaking, find reminders of the Gold Rush around Auburn, Nevada City, and Angel's Camp, or discover more urban diversions in state capitol Sacramento.
The Central Valley's growing cities, including Bakersfield, Fresno and Stockton, offer art and history museums, symphony concerts, speedway racing, country music, and a Japanese garden.
Home to the ghost town of Bodie, Sequoia, Lake Tahoe and Mono Lake, the High Sierra is filled with breath-taking mountains, lakes, and rivers.
The Deserts region offers higher temperatures, hot springs, exploration of Anza Borrego State Park, views of the Salton Sea, and luxury in Palm Springs.