A boat ride from Fisherman's Wharf, or go via auto to this quaint former raucous fishing village,
a short ferry ride from San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf, Alcatraz, & Angel Island
At the end of the Tiburon Peninsula curling out into San Francisco Bay
rests a sleepy little former fishing village called Tiburon. It's
present day character as art colony and a unique tourist
destination is well known to savvy travelers
around the world. A San Francisco
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Historic Tiburon's picturesque streets, with their restored
buildings dating back to the late - 1800's. Fine
eateries and restaurants abound, and folks
come from miles around just for the
great food and regattas
A sailing town!
Tiburon is easily accessible by boat, bus, & car. 20 minutes from Golden Gate
Bridge north on Hwy 101, and 25 minutes from San Francisco by ferry.
Locals & a few tourists 'in the know' flock it's art galleries,
great restaurants and unique fashionable boutiques. It's
small yacht harbor shelters famous boats and the
town is home to some of the worlds
most notable sailors.
Fisherman's Wharf, Angel Island & Alcatraz
Angel Island Park a short ferry ride away.
Magnificent Angel Island for hiking, biking and nature lovers.
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