La Jolla the small coastal town is one of the most unique in all of San Diego County. Ideally situated on a seven-mile stretch along the coast, there is hardly a more picturesque location than La Jolla in San Diego. Incredible beaches, fine dining, posh boutiques, and sweeping panoramic ocean views combine to make a dynamic community and one of the most popular places to go in San Diego.
Laguna Beach is an artist colony, one of Orange County’s hidden gems, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego. As the only marine reserve in Southern California, Laguna Beach is renowned for its pristine waters, abundant sea life and of course, perfect beaches. Be sure to explore one-of-a-kind retail shops for décor, bath salts and oils, jewelry, clothing, surf gear, hats and eclectic restaurants.
Malibu is not just an experience, it is pure magic. Take a walk down the pier, grab the most delicious Mexican food at Lily’s, go up into the Santa Monica mountains for some wine tasting and see the miles of intoxicating vineyard’s. Get some sun and lay on the beach at First Point where you can see some incredible professional surfers and end your day having dinner at the Sunset Restaurant while watching the sun go down.
Wine Country is the region in the northern Bay Area known worldwide as a premiere wine growing region. The region is famed for its wineries, curious cuisine, Michelin star restaurants, boutique hotels, luxury resorts, historic architecture, and culture. This is the place to sit back, relax, and enjoy the dreamy hot air balloons floating overhead. When in Napa and Sonoma it is always Wine O’Clock, but from which of the 400 wineries should you choose to go?
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