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  • Hiking in Marin Headlands: Explore the scenic trails of Marin Headlands, located near Sausalito. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge, rugged coastline, and diverse flora and fauna. Popular trails include the Coastal Trail and Tennessee Valley Trail.
  • Bay Cruise: Take a bay cruise from Sausalito to enjoy panoramic views of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island, and the city skyline. Many cruise companies offer narrated tours that provide insights into the bay’s history and landmarks.
  • Art Walks and Galleries: While the Sausalito Art Festival may not be happening, you can still explore art galleries and studios in the area. Discover a wide range of art styles, from contemporary to traditional, and meet local artists showcasing their works.
  • Historic Tours: Join guided tours to learn about Sausalito’s rich history and architectural landmarks. Visit sites like the Bay Model Visitor Center, Sausalito Historical Society exhibits, and the World War II-era Marinship shipyards.
  • Waterfront Dining: Enjoy waterfront dining at Sausalito’s restaurants, many of which offer outdoor seating with stunning bay views. Indulge in fresh seafood, California cuisine, and international flavors while soaking in the coastal atmosphere.

SUMMER IN SAUSALITO…

Summer in Sausalito is a truly magical experience, where the stunning coastal beauty shines brightly under the California sun. As the days grow longer, the charming town comes alive with vibrant energy and endless possibilities. Picture-perfect views of the bay are complemented by the light and airy presence of Karl the Fog, weaving through the hills and adding a touch of mystery to the sun-soaked adventures. Whether you’re indulging in delicious coastal cuisine, exploring unique shops on Caledonia Street, or discovering the artistic treasures on Bridgeway and Princess Street, Sausalito offers a captivating blend of natural splendor and cultural richness that makes it the ultimate summer getaway.

  • Kayaking and Stand-Up Paddle boarding: Rent kayaks or paddleboards and explore Richardson Bay and nearby waterways. Experience the tranquility of paddling on the water while admiring the natural beauty of the surrounding landscapes.
  • Wine Tasting: Sample a variety of wines, enjoy tours, and learn about the winemaking process in the region right her in Sausalito, then take your base knowledge and head to the vineyards in Marin, Napa and Sonoma counties.
  • Live Music and Performances: Check out local venues for live music performances, shows, and cultural events. From intimate concerts to outdoor performances, Sausalito offers a range of entertainment options for music and art enthusiasts.

These activities offer a mix of outdoor adventures, cultural exploration, culinary delights, and entertainment, making Sausalito a charming destination to visit during the summer season.

KarlTheFog by @fo_tographyt_11

SUMMER IN SAUSALITO…

Summer in Sausalito is a truly magical experience, where the stunning coastal beauty shines brightly under the California sun. As the days grow longer, the charming town comes alive with vibrant energy and endless possibilities. Picture-perfect views of the bay are complemented by the light and airy presence of Karl the Fog, weaving through the hills and adding a touch of mystery to the sun-soaked adventures. Whether you’re indulging in delicious coastal cuisine, exploring unique shops on Caledonia Street, or discovering the artistic treasures on Bridgeway and Princess Street, Sausalito offers a captivating blend of natural splendor and cultural richness that makes it the ultimate summer getaway.

  • Hiking in Marin Headlands: Explore the scenic trails of Marin Headlands, located near Sausalito. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge, rugged coastline, and diverse flora and fauna. Popular trails include the Coastal Trail and Tennessee Valley Trail.
  • Bay Cruise: Take a bay cruise from Sausalito to enjoy panoramic views of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island, and the city skyline. Many cruise companies offer narrated tours that provide insights into the bay’s history and landmarks.
  • Art Walks and Galleries: While the Sausalito Art Festival may not be happening, you can still explore art galleries and studios in the area. Discover a wide range of art styles, from contemporary to traditional, and meet local artists showcasing their works.
  • Historic Tours: Join guided tours to learn about Sausalito’s rich history and architectural landmarks. Visit sites like the Bay Model Visitor Center, Sausalito Historical Society exhibits, and the World War II-era Marinship shipyards.
  • Waterfront Dining: Enjoy waterfront dining at Sausalito’s restaurants, many of which offer outdoor seating with stunning bay views. Indulge in fresh seafood, California cuisine, and international flavors while soaking in the coastal atmosphere.
  • Kayaking and Stand-Up Paddle boarding: Rent kayaks or paddleboards and explore Richardson Bay and nearby waterways. Experience the tranquility of paddling on the water while admiring the natural beauty of the surrounding landscapes.
  • Wine Tasting: Sample a variety of wines, enjoy tours, and learn about the winemaking process in the region right her in Sausalito, then take your base knowledge and head to the vineyards in Marin, Napa and Sonoma counties.
  • Live Music and Performances: Check out local venues for live music performances, shows, and cultural events. From intimate concerts to outdoor performances, Sausalito offers a range of entertainment options for music and art enthusiasts.
    • These activities offer a mix of outdoor adventures, cultural exploration, culinary delights, and entertainment, making Sausalito a charming destination to visit during the summer season

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    Experience Luxury

    A 10 minute drive from San Francisco is Sausalito and a 40 minute drive to Wine Country. You’ll discover amazing views of San Francisco, amazing hiking and biking trails from the Marin Headlands to Muir Woods. Sausalito is known for its luxe accommodations, acclaimed chefs at farm-to-table restaurants,  and art galleries. Don’t forget about all the on-the-water experiences. Sausalito is the ideal destination for sailing and kayaking around the San Francisco Bay. At the end of each day, whether you you were out on the water or hiking in the trails, slip into your  luxe accommodations at the Casa Madrona, Inn Above Tide and Cavallo Point Lodge. Are you looking at wedding locations in Sausalito? We have you covered there too.

    Sausalito brings together stunning views, small-town charm and plenty of opportunities to dine and shop. Visitors and residents agree with Coastal Living’s ranking of Sausalito as the third-happiest seaside town in the country. After all, Sausalito offers world-class dining, artists, boutiques and so much more. Whether you come here to live, work or play, you’ll love all that Sausalito has to offer. 

    SAUSALITO…

    In Two Hours or Two Days!

      • Walk south along Bridgeway from the center of town for scenic photographs fresh air and exercise. Take in all the sights and sounds – the seals frolicking in the bay (including the famous sealion statue) and the SF skyline as well as the Mediterranean hillside above the waterfront. Go as far Swede’s Beach via the wooden boardwalk and the legendary Sally Stanford’s former establishment on the southern most corner.
      • Walk back to town and browse through the art galleries and boutiques, including the hidden alley on Princess Street, Princess Court

    SAUSALITO…

    In Two Hours or Two Days!

     

    • Walk south along Bridgeway from the center of town for scenic photographs fresh air and exercise. Take in all the sights and sounds – the seals frolicking in the bay (including the famous sealion statue) and the SF skyline as well as the Mediterranean hillside above the waterfront. Go as far Swede’s Beach via the wooden boardwalk and the legendary Sally Stanford’s former establishment on the southern most corner.
    • Walk back to town and browse through the art galleries and boutiques, including the hidden alley on Princess Street, Princess Court