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Organize your next vacation in the stunning town of Dillon Beach. You will find this destination located in Marin County within the state of California, United States of America. Situated just over three miles from Tomales, this town has a population of about 283 inhabitants, making it the ideal destination if you wish to be in a peaceful beachside place. This town was named after its founder, George Dillon, who first settled there in 1858. In Dillon Beach, you will be able to find public access beaches, nature trails, recreational areas and so much more.Vacation Rentals in Dillon Beach
With a stunning location right on the Pacific coast, you can rest assured that Dillon Beach will provide you with delightful rental properties. Imagine hearing the sound of the waves crashing against the beach outside of your window as you wake up. Spend your afternoon sunbathing by your private pool on a warm summer day. Invite your friends over to grill in your garden or to watch the football game in your large living room These are a few of the memories you could be making with accommodation in Dillon Beach.
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The area and getting around
You will find that there are plenty of ways to make your trip to Dillon Beach. To get there by car, you will have to take Highway 1 which comes through the nearby town of Tomales. This road is also used by regional buses which can drive you to the destination from the neighboring cities. On the other hand, if you choose to fly to your destination, the closest airports will be San Francisco International Airport and the Oakland International Airport which cater commercial flights with routes to international and national cities.Where to eat in Dillon Beach
For being located in a small area, Dillon Beach will surprise you with the number of eateries it has to offer. You will find upscale restaurants and more casual lunch spots, as well as anything to satisfy your appetite. If you are looking for a local experience, check out William Tell Ho use. This historic restaurant will provide you with a casual and humble atmosphere while serving you dishes made only with locally sourced ingredients. Another great spot to eat in is The Tides Wharf & Restaurant. This spectacular lunch spot has daily fresh catches and a long list of fresh seafood dishes.
Travelers and activities
You will find that Dillon Beach has plenty of choices when it comes to outdoor adventures. If you are looking to stay active, head over to Blue Water Kayaking. Located in the Point Reyes National Seashore, where you will be able to experience wilderness kayaking. On the other hand, if you want to go surfing, the best time of year with consistent clean waves is during the Winter season.Dillon Beach for family activities
Take a trip to Dillon Beach with your family and enjoy one or all of these activities altogether. Take the day to explore the area from up high with the Sonoma Canopy Tour. Here you will be offered two courses with seven ziplines, two sky bridges, stairs, and a rappel that lands on the forest floor. Another fun activity to do in Dillon Beach is digging for clams. During the low tide on Tomales Bay, you can rent a motorboat or kayak and go clamming equipped with shovels and containers.
Did you know that Dillon Beach has one of the best surfing spots in the area?
Top 5 travel tips for Dillon Beach
Explore a state park in the area. This park is filled with gorgeous beaches and hiking trails that will allow you to explore the natural landscape of Dillon Beach.2.Osmosis Day SPA Sanctuary
Have a relaxing afternoon at the SPA. This SPA features a unique Cedar Enzyme Bath deep-heat treatment, as well as professional massages and therapeutic facials with natural ingredients.3. Lawson Landing
Spend a sunny afternoon at the beach. Lawson's Landing is the ideal spot if you are looking for a more peaceful and less crowded beach to go swimming and sunbathing in during your stay.4.Tomales Regional History Center
Learn about the local history. Here you will find exhibits about the Coastal Native American Miwoks, pioneers of the Tomales, as well as one about Tomales history.5.Whale Watching
Spot a whale during your stay in Dillon Beach. In the Bodega Head, you will have the chance to admire the gray and blue whales that migrate along the Pacific Coast.