The Coast

Wild and scenic is an understated description of Mendocino County’s coastline. From the placid mouth of the Garcia River to the towering mountains of the Lost Coast to the quaint Village of Mendocino, the coastal region invites you to revel in its landscape and history. Sometimes shrouded by a fine layer of ocean fog and other times crystal clear, the coast offers a panoply of B&Bs and hotels appealing to couples in search of a quiet getaway. Families feel at home at a vacation rental or kid-friendly hotel/motel. With beaches galore all the way up the coast, there’s plenty of relaxing, paddling, whale and seal watching, and hiking for all ages.

Explore The Coast

1. 215 Main

Right around the corner from B. Bryan Preserve in Point Arena is a hip pub serving local wines and beers and a menu of panini …

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2. A New World

Relax in elegance in this newly remodeled oceanfront home on in Fort Bragg on the Mendocino coast or use it as a base to visit …

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4. Adventure Rents

Adventure Rents canoe and kayak livery is a full service river outfitting company offering delightful boating experiences on the Gualala River to people of all …

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5. Agate Cove Inn

On a beautiful bluff above the Pacific Ocean, the Agate Cove Inn delivers a breathtaking view of the sea and rugged headlands. The inn and …

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6. Albion Flats Cafe

Located just about underneath the historic Albion River Bridge, the café serves homemade diner classics like eggs benedict for breakfast, and lunch favorites include hamburgers, …

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8. Albion River Inn

With sweeping ocean views, the Albion River Inn sits on the northwest sideof the Albion River Bridge — the only remaining wooden bridge on Highway …

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