Sebastopol Tourism

Sebastopol /səˈbæstəpoʊl/ or /səˈbæstəpuːl/ is a city in Sonoma County, California, United States, approximately 52 mi (80 km) north of San Francisco. The population was 7,379 at the 2010 census, but its businesses also serve surrounding rural portions of Sonoma County, a region known as West County, which has a population of up to 50,000 residents. It is about a 20-minute drive from the Pacific Ocean, between Santa Rosa and Bodega Bay, and is known for its liberal politics and small-town charm. It was once primarily a plum and apple growing region; wine grapes, however, are now predominant, and nearly all lands once used for orchards are now vineyards. World-famous horticulturist Luther Burbank had gardens in this fertile region. The city hosts an annual Apple Blossom Festival and Gravenstein Apple Fair.


Situated on some of the most fertile lands in California, Sebastopol is a city that celebrates some of the best natural produce in the state. The community here is also a patron of the arts. The former Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad depot has been converted into the West County Museum. The Sonoma County Repertory Theatre airs eight performances of some of the best plays in the country. The Ragle Ranch Regional Park is one of the best outdoor locations in Sebastopol. You can ride the trials on a cycle or horseback. Facilities for picnics are also available. Sebastopol is a famous apple, grape and plum growing festival. The apple produce is celebrated in the Apple Blossom and Gravenstein Apple Fair. Check out the gorgeous products of Sebastopol on your next tour of California.


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