Take a stroll around Healdsburg and discover the treasures and treats of small town individuality that make Healdsburg so special. World class shopping, renowned art and sculpture, organic locally grown produce and artisanal breads, wines and cheeses, intimate bed and breakfasts, independent bookstores, treasure troves of antiquing and so much more.
Retaining the ambiance of a bygone era, the tiny town of Geyserville charms its visitors with Wild West storefronts, wooden boardwalks, world-renowned Sonoma County wines, scrumptious cuisines and much more.
The town of Windsor brings a deliberately designed family-friendly emphasis to the heart of the Sonoma County wine and food country. Windsor's Town Green, designed as a pedestrian-friendly center of town, hosts more than 30 free annual events, including summer movie nights, concerts, a farmers market and special events such as car shows, art fairs, cooking demonstrations, and a variety of festivals.
Just 55 miles north of San Francisco, you’ll find a vibrant city overflowing with all you love about California. Welcome to Santa Rosa, where everything comes together. Wine country and farm country, redwood forests and rivers, lakes and ocean. And in the center, our charming, thriving downtown, lined with intriguing shops and restaurants that delight casual diners and epicureans alike.
Napa is the largest of Napa Valley’s five towns, and is conveniently located just an hour north of San Francisco and an hour south of Sacramento. This town offers an impressive diversity of food and activities. Check out the unexpected blend of urban activity – interactive street art, food trucks, and vibrant night life – combined with quaint Napa Valley character – a quiet river walk, hidden tasting rooms, and a lively farmers’ market.
Cloverdale is located in the picturesque Alexander Valley wine region of Sonoma County, just off Northern California Highway 101 about 15 miles north of Healdsburg. With good proximity to urban centers (30 miles north of Santa Rosa and within easy driving distance to Marin County/San Francisco and north to Arcata/Eureka), Cloverdale is evolving as a smart growth city with small town charm.
Sonoma is not only one of the world's finest grape-growing regions and visitor destinations, but a great place to live and work year-round. With San Francisco only an hour away, Sonoma blends a friendly small-town atmosphere with the entrepreneurial culture of the Bay Area. Wine and tourism are our most well-known industries.