Sausalito is a beautiful waterfront community and a city that prides
itself on a strong and unique spirit.
Home of the Sausalito Art Festival, number #1 in the USA. Sausalito
has many other events - from the Jazz & Blues By The Bay concerts to Opera By The Bay and the Caledonia Street Faire Sausalito
offers a wide variety of entertainment for residents and visitors of all ages.
Harbors, marinas and yacht clubs abound.
You can rent a bike, boat, or seaplane. There are over 20 park and beach facilities. Activities in Sausalito include walks
through the Marin headlands, the children's Discovery Museum, or a stop at the world-renowned Marine Mammal Rescue Center
or Angel Island.
Growing up, I can remember window shopping on weekends with my girlfriends. After spending a day shopping
or gallery hopping... we would linger over a relaxing meal. You can find it all by the bay, from superstar sushi to succulent
seafood. In Sausalito, you can find world class hotels, numerous restaurants and a diverse selection of shopping opportunities,
galleries and retail fashion shops.
Sausalito was incorporated in 1893, and named by 18th century Spanish explorers
for the "little willow" trees (Saucelito) which were found, in abundance, on the banks of its streams. Businesses and property
owners have made Sausalito their home base because of it's proximity to San Francisco, plus it's breath taking views, and
it's sumptuous mix of architecture. Sausalito home styles include: Mediterranean, Victorian, Classical turn of the Century,
Floating, and Art's and Crafts.
Location Characteristics: Sausalito covers a mere two and
one half miles; a small town of only 7,500 residents boasting spectacular waterfront views.
Approximate Location Boundaries: Sausalito is located
just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, on the south-eastern tip of Marin County.
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