Sausalito

In Two Hours or Two Days!

TWO HOURS

You’ll have time to savor even more local activities!

  • Settle into one of Sausalito’s signature overnight accommodations – choose from The Gables Inn, a Victorian bed & breakfast, Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa, an historic landmark, Hotel Sausalito on Vina del Mar Park, The Inn Above Tide built over the Bay or Cavallo Point Resort at Fort Baker
  •   Catch breakfast and an espresso at a downtown outdoor café where locals and visitors mingle to start the day – Poggio, Sausalito Equator, Taste of Rome or Sausalito Bakery & Café
  •   Visit an array of interesting galleries with everything from investment fine art, vintage to whimsical creations at Art of Detail, Bubble Street Gallery, Galerie Elektra, Gallery Sausalito, Hanson Gallery and Studio 333 Downtown
  • Book a spa treatment to pamper and/or restore your energy at one of the full service spas in town
  • Take an historic wooden boat tour, a gourmet wine and food tour, rent a kayak or book a boat tour with SF Bay Adventures, aboard Shanutski or enjoy a seaplane ride
  • Dine in the center of town one night and then at one of Sausalito’s famous eateries – Angelino, Copita, F3, Seafood Peddler, Poggio, Sushi Ran or for more casual dining atmosphere Salsalito, Saylor’s Restaurant & Bar and Salito’s.
  •   Finish your evening at one of the many music venues in Sausalito including, No Name, Osteria Divino, Seahorse, Taste of Rome or The Trident – or grab a nightcap at one of the local’s favorite hangout Smitty’s Bar

You Are So Close …

Sausalito puts visitors in striking distance of Muir Woods with it’s giant redwoods, the scenic West Marin coast (Stinson Beach is only 30 minutes away) and the world renown Napa and Sonoma wine country (1 hour away). With Sausalito as your base camp you can day-trip to all these popular destinations.

 

HALF DAY – 4 HOURS

  • Add the following to the 2-hour itinerary:
    • From the center of town – across from Vina del Mar Park where the elephants stand guard over the beautiful fountain – walk up the Excelsior stairs for a panoramic view of the harbor and bay

    Toast your half day by the bay!

FULL DAY

  • In addition to the itineraries previously noted:

    • Visit historic Fort Baker at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge – and take the kids to the Discovery Museum and Marine Mammal Center for a few hours of educational entertainment and breathtaking views – dine and drink on the deck at Cavallo Point, outside Farley’s Bar & Restaurant savoring the same stunning views
    • Tour the Bay Model Visitor Center – a 1.5 acre 3-D, working hydraulic model of the San Francisco Bay & Sacramento Delta waterways
    • Catch a Golden Gate Transit bus or taxi going north to the floating home community at the far end of town – wander the docks admiring this legendary collection of houseboats
    • Tour Heath Ceramics – a Sausalito landmark for over 50 years and one of the few remaining mid-century American potteries still in existence; take home some of their famous tableware
    • Kayak the Bay with SeaTrek and see Sausalito from the Bay or take a Seaplane ride with Seaplane Adventures above and around some of the most spectacular scenery in the world
    • Tour back to the center of town and enjoy an early dinner at one of Sausalito’s waterfront restaurants and catch the last ferry boat back to the City, or continue your travels by car

TWO DAYS

  • Take an historic wooden boat tour, a gourmet wine and food tour, rent a kayak or book a boat tour with SF Bay Adventures, aboard Shanutski or enjoy a seaplane ride  Finish your evening at one of the many music venues in Sausalito including, No Name, Osteria Divino, Seahorse, Taste of Rome or The Trident – or grab a nightcap at one of the local’s favorite hangout Smitty’s Bar

You’ll have time to savor even more local activities!

  • Settle into one of Sausalito’s signature overnight accommodations – choose from The Gables Inn, a Victorian bed & breakfast, Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa, an historic landmark, Hotel Sausalito on Vina del Mar Park, The Inn Above Tide built over the Bay or Cavallo Point Resort at Fort Baker
  • Catch breakfast and an espresso at a downtown outdoor café where locals and visitors mingle to start the day – Poggio, Sausalito Equator, Taste of Rome or Sausalito Bakery & Café
  •   Visit an array of interesting galleries with everything from investment fine art, vintage to whimsical creations at Art of Detail, Bubble Street Gallery, Galerie Elektra, Gallery Sausalito, Hanson Gallery and Studio 333 Downtown
  • Book a spa treatment to pamper and/or restore your energy at one of the full service spas in town

Dine in the center of town one night and then at one of Sausalito’s famous eateries – Angelino, Copita, F3, Seafood Peddler, Poggio, Sushi Ran or for more casual dining atmosphere Salsalito, Saylor’s Restaurant & Bar and Salito’s.