It’s far too easy to enjoy this small town’s waterfront Main Street and its views of the San Francisco Bay. There’s something for everyone, from restaurants on the water, such as Sam’s Anchor Cafe; beautiful parks, such as Shoreline Park; and even a yacht club.
The stunning views and parks aren’t the only amazing parts of Tiburon, as it also happens to be home to many events and activities. You’d be hard-pressed not to find something to do. There are weekly Friday night boat races at the yacht club, soccer games in the fields, a winery, and even an international film festival. We appreciate the bike path that starts at Blackie’s Pasture and travels along the bay all the way to downtown. Please take a minute to look up Blackie’s Pasture and have a serene, beautiful ride, walk, or a simple sit-down close by. Tiburon stretches from Highway 101 to downtown, and there are many places to eat, gather, and explore along the way.
Overnight accommodations at The Lodge at Tiburon for a sweet sleep and great meals. They even offer free bicycles to their guests. We rode around on a Sunday morning after getting coffee and croissants at Caffe Acri. It feels almost too good to be true!