Sausalito California

At the southeast tip of Marin County, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge is the tiny
village of Sausalito, with 7,500 residents. Many of its residents work
in San Francisco and choose to live in this two and one half
square mile town. It has a thriving harbor with
many fine San Francisco Bay sailors
call it home port!

Sausalito California travel information.

Attractions .... Dining .... Lodging ..... Transportation


our personal lodging recommendations

Casa Madrona ..... Cavallo Point

4 star Resort overlooking the Golden Gate

Cavallo Point Lodge

A 45 acre oceanfront resort in Golden Gate National Park,
just minutes from the town of Sausalito.
Cavallo Point Lodge


The historic

Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa

Charming Hotel & Spa in Sausalito California

Overlooking San Francisco Bay, with private balconies overlooking
the Sausalito waterfront downtown Sausalito.


Attractions & Entertainment
Interesting, fun things to do and see in, and around Sausalito.

Angel Island State Park

take a Sausalito ferry to Angel Island

Take the ferry from Sausalito to Angel Island. With Tram tours, bike rentals, camping, and sea
kayaking on an historical state park in San Francisco Bay. The history spans Miwok
Indian times, through the Cold War. Angel Island was an Indian hunting
ground, a Civil War encampment, a quarantine station during
the Spanish-American War, a discharge depot and
World War I recruiting center, POW camp
during World War II, Immigration
"The Ellis Island West"
from 1910 - 1940.


An opportunity to experience wines from the famous California Wine Country in the heart
downtown Sausalito with a view of the Bay. Taste wines from Napa, Sonoma, and
the best California appellations of the region. Discover how wines
are made, the difference between different wines, styles,
and vineyards. Wine classes & private groups
in the art gallery, plus purchase
great wine and gifts!

Bay Area Discovery Museum

A fantastic place where toddlers to ten-year-olds and their families can discover
art, science and media. Located just under the North tower of the
Golden Gate Bridge off HWY I a must see for visitors!

Marine Mammal Center

The Marine Mammal Center education, rescue and treatment of ill, injured and orphaned
marine mammals, through scientific inquiry to increase our knowledge of
marine mammals. Public visitation 10 to 4 daily. No holidays!

San Francisco Seaplane Tours

Fly over the famous Golden Gate Bridge, financial district and downtown San Francisco.
Over the great Pacific coastline, along the waterfront, Fisherman's Wharf,
Alcatraz, Angel Island and the picturesque small villages in
the Bay. Tour apron 30 minutes.

Atlantis Yacht Charter

Board a sail or motor yacht; bare boat and skippered for I'D guests. Exceptional
catering and for special events.

Bay Adventures

Whaler rentals, yacht charters, bay tours, film/chase boats, commercial services.

Bay & Delta Charters

Sail Sausalito & SF Bay cruises aboard the 70-Foot Yacht "Avalon".
Both Sail and Power boats are available for private
and corporate events and occasions.

Clipper's Sports Fishing Center

40 to 60 foot boats for groups 6 to 24 persons for rock fishing
with live bait-halibut/striper, albacore, nature
trips and planned bay cruises.

Cassí Rental Marina

Sailboat rentals or charters. Lessons and instruction available.

Five Stars Yacht of Sausalito

Cruise the San Francisco Bay on a private 75 foot charter yacht. Available
for private charter and public Sunset Cruises. Business lunch
cruises afford ably priced. 59 person occupancy.

Gas Light Charters

50 foot scow schooner U.S.C.G certified to carry up to 49 guests. Perfect
for educational programs and private parties.

Sea Trek Ocean Kayaking Center

Ocean kayak rentals on the bay. Lessons available.


Dining in Sausalito

Restaurant guide to Sausalito!

An area of exceptional restaurants, cafes and coffee houses. So many to choose from!



Sausalito is easily reached by ferryboats from San Francisco, and by car.
US-101 across the Golden Gate Bridge, first exit at Alexander Ave
1.5 mi until you reach the heart of downtown Sausalito.


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