USA SanFrancisco StinsonBeach Sanoma Sausolito SanFrancisco
Published: 17/10/2019
San Francisco
This route is a combination of two journeys I made in 2006 (on a Harley) and 2011 (in a Mustang).

You drive a lot of beautiful winding roads through California and you will find plenty of places along the way where you can stop to eat. The first part runs through San Francisco itself, you drive through a number of parks, through the hippie district Haight-Ashbury, through Presidio and of course the world famous Golden Gate Bridge. If you are across the street you can take beautiful pictures at RP20.

After the Golden Gate Bridge you take the Highway No.1, this is a beautiful drive along the coast and through mountains of California.
En route you will pass cozy seaside resorts such as Stinson Beach. After about 80 kilometers you continue through beautiful roads through the vineyards of Sonoma County to Sonoma, this is a cozy little town with nice shops and restaurants.

From Sonoma we drive via Petaluma and the Red Hill Road towards San Rafael, where we make a nice trip through China Camp State Park along the coast of San Pablo Bay.
Then we drive to Sausalitio via Tiburun and the Paradise Drive.

In Sausalito there are a number of very good restaurants, often with a waterfront terrace with a beautiful view over the Richardson Bay and Angel Island.

Through the Golden Gate Bridge we drive back to San Francisco, we drive through Presidio to Lombard street, this goes first steeply and at the top you go down via the world famous windy road. It is only a short and low speed but you must have done it.

Then we drive to the end of Pier 39 at Fishermans Warf.

This route is 4 stars.
Haight and Ashbury
Highway 1 near Stinson Beach
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