From the beautiful wine country of Napa, to the Redwoods of Humboldt and Mendocino, to the San Francisco Bay area, to the peaks of Mount Shasta, to the Sacramento valley and it’s extensive river systems, there is much to see and do in Northern California. You can visit the State Capital, Silicon Valley, or theme park Great America. With mild weather, and higher than average rainfall for California, you’ll be sure to find it beautiful no matter where you call home.
One of the few places on earth that can boast a moderate Mediterranean climate, Southern California is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Beaches, desert, and snow-capped mountains make sure you have much to do in the 320+ sunny days per year. Home to San Diego – America’s Finest City, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Disneyland (and several other theme parks), you will have no shortage of opportunity to fill your days with adventure.
The central California coast is where the mountains meet the sea, and it’s not uncommon to be in the surf at the beach and see the mountains hovering over you. There is no other place like it in California. A slower pace of life than Southern and Northern California, with smaller cities and quintessential beach towns, there is much to love. Home to Santa Barbara, Morro Bay and Monterey – if you are looking for green surroundings, and beach-town living, Central California Coast is for you.
California’s central valley is home to most of the state’s farmland and small towns. To the east is the Sierra Nevada mountain range, where you’ll find California’s old gold rush towns, Yosemite, and mountain living is at its finest. From places like Mammoth to Bakersfield, the central valley and Sierra Nevada foothills will give you a slower pace of life without sacrificing the beautiful scenery that California is known for.