Fort Bragg

The biggest city on the Mendocino Coast, Fort Bragg is home to the world-famous Skunk Train, the extraordinary Glass Beach, and the spectacular Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. Noyo Harbor is a working port with a marina, where you can board a crab-catching or whale-watching cruise or take a leisurely kayak ride upstream on Noyo River–be sure to watch for wildlife! Enjoy dining with a view of the harbor where playful seals poke their snouts above the water.

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3. Cafe One

Breakfast and lunch classics made over with organic Californian twist. The menu is dedicated to using only organic and chemical-free products.

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4. Casa Del Sol

Conveniently located down in the north harbor area of Fort Bragg is a family friendly seafood restaurant serving fresh and delicious meals from cioppino to …

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5. Cedar Run

Cedar Run is located a few minutes north of Fort Bragg, in the sunbelt, and on the ocean-side of Highway One. It’s a sunny, secluded …

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6. Cleone Gardens Inn

Surrounded by forested trails and lush garden landscapes, Cleone Gardens Inn offers relaxation and quiet to the discerning traveler seeking a cozy night’s rest. There …

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7. Coast Inn & Spa

Thje Coast Inn and Spa Motel is located on the Mendocino Coast with beach access just a short walk away. Newlyremodeled rooms are designed with …

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9. Colombi Motel

Located in the heart of Fort Bragg along the beautiful Mendocino Coast is a motel built in 1955 by Serafina and Emanuelle Colombi. Colombi Motel …

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10. Country Inn B&B

This cozy B&B, housed in an 1890s Victorian with colorful details, is a 13-minute walk from Glass Beach and a 5-minute walk from the historic …

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