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Take your love for the outdoors to a new level by renting a kayak, canoe, or bicycle to explore Big River and enjoy a beautiful day.
This friendly dive bar is a great space for groups to enjoy drinks, darts, dancing, and good company.
Climb into a kayak and allow professional guides to take you though the sea caves and view marine wildlife. With smooth waters, these tours are great for beginners.
Take a guided day tour through the region’s boutique wineries in a luxury vehicle. Your local guide will show you the best places and provide a pleasant picnic lunch.
Browse the galleries and shop, or retreat to this art center for one of over 150 art classes, courses, or workshops. Check out the sculptures in the gardens and support the community of local artists.
Not only does this park offer breathtaking views, walking trails, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, but there is free parking and admission.
For two weeks every July, you can experience a blend of musical performances and concerts of a wide variety ranging from orchestra, blues, jazz, folk, and contemporary music.
This quaint theater has put on many incredible performances since 1976. Enjoy a cocktail from the full bar in the lobby before the show. You’ll find there isn’t a bad seat in the house!
This historic and photogenic lighthouse and museum exudes a quiet beauty with its beautiful scenery. Enjoy walking along the paths and check out the quaint gift shop and aquarium.
Here, you’ll find a variety of semi-precious stones and beads, textiles, jewelry, and more. Shop for a unique gift or pieces to make your own.
Start your visit by picking up a trail map by the ranger booth. Then, choose an easy waterfall loop hike, look for the giant sinkhole, make your way to the beach, or check out the campgrounds.
Find a sense of peace and calming at this historical Taoist temple built in the 1850s. Visit from May through October to learn about the Chinese history in the area from a knowledgeable docent.