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Mendocino, CA

A charming village on the Northern California coast.

Photo of Mendocino, CA Mendocino, California may be a west coast town, but it would not be out of place in New England. Mendocino was actually built by settlers from back east, hence the appearance. Weather-beaten old Victorian homes and windswept trees dot the hilly landscape of Mendocino, while narrow lanes wind along the ocean. Typical of the west coast, however, are the ocean cliffs and huge redwood trees that abound in the region.

Photo of Mendocino, CA Mendocino is one of the main destinations for travelers to Northern California, with great restaurants, romantic inns, and quirky shops lining the quaint streets of the village. But this is a place to get away from it all, so rest and relaxation is the name of the game for many visitors to Mendocino. If you are looking for a great California experience with a dab of New England mixed in, Mendecino might just be your town.

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