6 days in Sonoma County Itinerary

6 days in Sonoma County Itinerary

Created using Inspirock Sonoma County Trip Planner

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Healdsburg

— 4 nights
The quaint city of Healdsburg is one of northern California's wine capitals, serving as the meeting point for three of Sonoma's most important wine-producing regions.
Explore hidden gems such as Annadel State Park and Jordan Vineyard & Winery. Take a break from the city and head to Salt Point State Park and Bodega Head. Step out of Healdsburg with an excursion to Sonoma Coast State Beach in Sonoma--about 38 minutes away. The adventure continues: do a tasting at Williamson Wines Tasting Room and push the limits with Rubicon Adventures.

To find traveler tips, more things to do, other places to visit, and other tourist information, go to the Healdsburg trip planning website.

New York City to Healdsburg is an approximately 11-hour flight. You can also drive; or do a combination of bus and train. The time zone changes from Eastern Standard Time to Pacific Standard Time, which is usually a -3 hour difference. When traveling from New York City in October, plan for a bit warmer days and little chillier nights in Healdsburg: temperatures range from 79°F by day to 46°F at night. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 26th (Mon) so you can travel back home.

Things to do in Healdsburg

Parks · Nature · Outdoors · Wineries

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Sonoma County travel guide

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Wineries & Vineyards · Wine Tours & Tastings · State Parks
Less than an hour from San Francisco, Sonoma County bills itself as the "Number 1 Wine Destination in the U.S." for good reason. Though not as famous as the neighboring Napa Valley, Sonoma County features a rolling landscape dotted with over 250 wineries. The county ranks among the country's most agriculturally productive regions. It turns out not only some of America's finest grapes, but also hops, prunes, and apples. The county manages to cling to its leisurely way of life--which is how the local nickname "Slow-noma" got started (despite the fact that the valley attracts nearly 8 million tourists annually)--and is really more about simple enjoyment than a jam-packed sightseeing itinerary. Napa may be better known, but as the crowds of visitors continue to clog the roads there, Sonoma's appeal as a vacation destination only grows.