Far Flung features the spectacular North Coast of California. After you
have read and digested all
we have written about this wonderful holiday destination we will help you with every facet of planning,
booking and savouring that tingle of anticipation that comes with a major trip to the Golden State.
We will offer you the latest offers and best deals for your cheap flight to California, Hotels in
California, best-priced tickets for Disneyland California, all your accommodation in California if you
are traveling, plus the cheapest car hire in California, a guide to the wine country with a guide to
the best California wine to sample. We leave nothing to chance for your holidays in California so while
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can rest happy "on such a winter's day!
It is in the coastal region that most holidaymakers spend their time in California.
Pacific coastline boasts one of the most spectacular roads in the world the, breathtakingly scenic,
Pacific Coast Highway 1. This king amongst highways runs cheek by jowl with the ocean from Northern
California, all the way to Southern California and the Mexican Border. Along the way you will drive
through some of the most magnificent coastal vistas on the planet. From the rugged splendour of Big
Sur to the sun kissed sands of Santa Monica there is always something to take your breath away on
- Point Reyes
Most of the Northern Coast of California is a remote paradise of red wood trees, a wild coastline with a
cool climate even during the summer. A sizeable portion of the north is National park, which provides a
spectacular playground for hiking, fishing, horseback riding and camping. There are many places to visit
and many interesting things to do. There are ranches, orchards, and farmlands in the coastal areas of
Northern California. Point Reyes National Seashore is a national park that provides hundred of miles of
trails. Point Reyes is a diversity from the windswept bluffs at Mount Tomales Point and its herd of tule
elk, to the steep ridgelines of dense forest, miles and miles of vacant beaches.
- San Francisco
The San Francisco Bay Area is home to the city of San Francisco, generally seen as one of the coolest
places on the planet; the liberal haven of Berkeley; and Silicon Valley, home to a multitude of high-tech
companies. The wine-producing Napa Valley is a short distance to the north. San Francisco is world
famous for its tourist attractions such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Chinatown, Fisherman's
Wharf, North Beach, Golden Gate Park, the Haight Ashbury; the names go on and on. One of the beauties
of the city is that it is fairly small geographically, roughly 50 square miles, and therefore compact
and easy to take in.