Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country or similar
After picking up your rental car, your journey continues north from San Francisco to Sonoma County, famous for its exceptional wineries. On the way, spend the afternoon in Santa Rosa, the hub for American cycling, with roads that have been tested by both world-class and novice riders. You'll have plenty of outdoor activity options, including visiting Laguna de Santa Rosa or Trione-Annadel State Park for a walk, hike, or bike ride through the many trails that feature ponds, native plants, and vineyard views. You can also stop by nearby tasting experiences at Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate & Gardens and Matanzas Creek Winery, where you can take a garden tour, sample a flight of wines, or learn about the best food and wine pairings (optional).
As you continue your journey into Sonoma Valley, you'll discover that there is no shortage of entertainment. The Sonoma Valley is rich in history and a perfect destination for hiking, biking, fishing, golfing, and more. Take a leisurely bike ride on vineyard-lined roads and visit over ten wineries within 5 miles. This is a perfect day itinerary to pinpoint your favourite spots to visit (optional).
After experiencing Sonoma on two wheels, discover some of the valley’s scenic gems on foot. You can hike along the trails located in Sugarloaf Park, home to the largest observatory in the western United States, or stroll through the Sonoma State Historic Park, where you can visit the Mission San Francisco Solano (optional). In the Montini Open Space Preserve, take a pleasant hike on the Sonoma Overlook Trail, leading you to stunning views of the valley. Before the end of the day, make sure to visit downtown Sonoma. At Sonoma Plaza, you'll find wine tasting rooms, shopping, galleries, and restaurants serving cuisine featuring local farm and harvest bites (optional).