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    You can design your honeymoon precisely as you please in California. Whether you prefer an adventure honeymoon filled with excitement and nature, or a more relaxing, beach honeymoon, California has it all for you. 

    Traveling to California is easy for everyone, and even a popular destination for foreign travelers. The average honeymoon is one week, and couples prefer to spend most of the time enjoying the trip as opposed to traveling.

    California is the perfect honeymoon destination where you’ll discover the romantic atmosphere, beautiful scenery, pure nature, major cities, and more.

    1

    Desert Riviera Hotel – Palm Springs

    Slow Down and Relax

    Relax in a beautiful garden setting, with stunning mountain views and luxurious facilities. The Hotel is known for its friendly, hospitable staff and service. The Desert Riviera Hotel is soothing and intimate. Do early-morning laps as candle tea lights flicker in our heated pool or lounge poolside at night. Borrow the Hotel’s bikes for a daytime tour of the city.

    Have a poolside BBQ, watch movies from our vast DVD library, or simply enjoy the peace and tranquility. For your comfort, the hotel offers many other complimentary amenities, including bicycles, golf clubs, continental breakfast, and much more!

    Guests who want a romantic retreat, a meeting of good friends, or anyone who just wants to slow down and catch their breath have always been catered to at the Desert Riviera Hotel.

    Desert Riviera Hotel – Palm Springs Information

    Average Price Range: $205 to $304

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: Yes

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 7 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 11

    2

    Hotel California – Palm Springs

    A Palm Springs Boutique Hotel

    Welcome to Hotel California where you can relax and let the time flow. Nestled at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, in the Palm Springs desert of Southern California, Hotel California is an ideal resort getaway for guests looking to relax and enjoy the sunshine. The classic hotel in the Spanish Mission of California ensures the best amount of rustic charm and romance.

    Fourteen comfortable rooms surround a sparkling pool and spa amid a lush courtyard where banana palm trees and birds of paradise sway in the breeze complimenting spectacular mountain views. All the beautiful rooms at Hotel California in Palm Springs offer everything you might need for a stay in comfort and relaxation.

    Hotel California – Palm Springs Information

    Average Price Range: $160 to $299

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: Yes

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 8 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 14

    3

    Lodge at the Presidio – San Francisco

    The Best View Overlooking the Bridge

    The Lodge at the Presidio is a sister property to the Inn at the Presidio which opened in 2012. The Lodge is a historic boutique hotel on the Main Post of the Presidio that’s been renovated into a comfortable and contemporary ‘basecamp’ for adventures in a unique national park setting.

    As San Francisco’s closest lodging to the Golden Gate Bridge, the modern rooms sport either view of the forest, the bay, the City, the bridge, or a combination thereof. Guests escape the bustle of downtown and enjoy nature and recreation in the park while being steps away from excellent dining options, and a complimentary shuttle ride to the sidewalks of San Francisco.

    Lodge at the Presidio – San Francisco Information

    Average Price Range: $365 to $433

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: Yes

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 13 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 42

    4

    The Clement Hotel – Palo Alto

    Feel the Charm of a Private Estate

    At The Clement Hotel, Palo Alto’s newest and most inspiring urban retreat, no detail was overlooked, providing personalized concierge services and privacy in a luxury residential environment.

    Experience all-inclusive luxury delivered to the door of your guest suite, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. Enjoy the pool on the rooftop, cabanas, and all-inclusive beer, wine, and cocktails. Enjoy attentive service and world-class cuisine in a relaxed, stylish setting highlighted by an extensive art collection.

    Enjoy panoramic views of the Stanford campus and Palo Alto from our rooftop deck. Enjoy the heated pool, whirlpool, and private cabanas where you can enjoy food and beverages as well.

    The Clement Hotel – Palo Alto Information

    Average Price Range: $858 to $1822

    All Inclusive: Yes

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 22 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 23

    5

    The Hoxton – LA

    A New Way to Stay

    Think California’s beach meets the glamour of old school Hollywood. Our 174 rooms are comfortable and calm, with chevron wood floors, statement headboards, and Hackney House giving our East London roots a nod.

    The Downtown hotel is for locals as much as it is for out-of-towners. Serene suites, two restaurants, and a rooftop pool to catch those rays, all on the buzzing Broadway of LA in a very large historic building.

    Chefs from New York comes on Sunday to keep you well fed. You have options, whether it’s brunch pancakes or seafood on the rooftop.

    With the private dining and party spaces in The Apartment, celebrate big and small occasions. Looking to host a day away from a team? Need a workshop somewhere? Visit the Hoxton Hotel.

    The Hoxton – LA Information

    Average Price Range: $230 to $392

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 8 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 182

    6

    Hotel Marisol – Coronado

    Award-Winning Coastal Boutique Hotel

    On stunning Coronado Island, escape into your own private slice of paradise. On a quiet street, but within walking distance of the world-famous Coronado beaches, shops, restaurants, and entertainment, the hotel is tucked away waiting to be discovered. With just fifteen rooms, this intimate atmosphere is ideal for a retreat for couples or a relaxing getaway. Enjoy the private, secluded courtyard where you can relax and surrender to the gentle touch of the refreshing coastal breeze at any time.

    Daily breakfast with fresh fruit, yogurt, granola, pastries, boiled eggs, and more are served. Friday Wine Down with flavor-infused olive oils, fresh baguettes, and a superb selection of wines. Luxurious Italian bed linens and top-of-the-line pillow-top mattresses can be found in the rooms along with the perfect room temperature control with your own whisper soft air conditioning and ceiling fan.

    Hotel Marisol – Coronado Information

    Average Price Range: $278 to $416

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 18 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 15

    7

    Santa Ynez Inn – Santa Ynez

    Home In the heart of Santa Barbara

    For those seeking an indulgent wine country getaway, the Four Diamond rated Santa Ynez Inn offers an atmosphere of understated, unspoiled luxury coupled with warm hospitality. The inn, designed after a historic turn-of-the-century inn and juxtaposed with all the comforts of a modern, luxury hotel, offers a customized experience for travelers looking for a unique atmosphere.

    Enjoy gourmet breakfast, exclusive wine tastings at world-class wineries, evening wine hours, and with every stay, seasonal dessert!

    Deluxe rooms are slightly larger than our classic rooms and feature luxurious king-size beds, fireplaces, and velvet lounge seating, giving each room a cozy intimacy.

    The Hotel’s most spacious and luxurious Premium Suites feature plush king-size beds, fireplaces, and velvet lounge seats that give cozy privacy to these sophisticated rooms.

    Santa Ynez Inn – Santa Ynez Information

    Average Price Range: $282 to $691

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 4 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 20

    8

    Casa Laguna Hotel & Spa – Laguna Beach

    Refresh and Rest amidst the Classical Arts

    This landmark hotel, nestled on a lushly landscaped hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean, was originally built in the early 1920s. As part of a reimagination of the hotel, the Spanish architecture and bungalow spirit in the property has been honored and maintained.

    There are Martyn’s custom fabric prints and ceiling decorations in all of the well-appointed rooms. By using blue tones throughout, an ocean sense is created, while deep reds and terra cotta continue to harken back to the Spanish architectural roots of the hotel.

    On the south side of Laguna Beach, perched on a hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Casa Laguna is located. Victoria Beach, which has the atmosphere of a private beach resort, is a short walk away. Downtown Laguna Beach, which is full of cafes, restaurants, and specialty shops, is situated about one mile north. In Laguna Beach, over 100 art galleries and art studios are located, which is why the city is considered a colony of artists.

    Casa Laguna Hotel & Spa – Laguna Beach Information

    Average Price Range: $225 to $478

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 23 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 23

    9

    Spanish Garden Inn – Santa Barbara

    Peek Into The Past of Santa Barbara

    The only luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Santa Barbara town center. The Spanish Garden Inn offers a sophisticated design influenced by the Spanish-Mediterranean, standard facilities, and close attention to personal service. By recreating the history, romance, and mystery of Spanish Colonial Santa Barbara, the hotel epitomizes the vitality of the town and honors its tradition.

    Standard personnel temperature controls, contactless check-out, a minimum 24-hour vacancy between guests we inhabit. In each instance, the hotel strives to make deep and meaningful connections. The hotel wants our places to make you feel like you’re understood and went to convey an unfussy down-to-earth “luxury”. The hotel wants things to make your heart beat a little faster and believe in good old-fashioned hospitality with a new-fashioned attitude. The hotel likes places that feel like home and believe in having an independent spirit.

    Spanish Garden Inn – Santa Barbara Information

    Average Price Range: $354 to $589

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 16 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 24

    10

    Rosewood CordeValle – San Martin

    An Abundance of Recreation

    Rosewood CordeValle is a hidden gem tucked away in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains, mixing the incredible beauty of an awe-inspiring natural landscape with the comfort and hospitality of a luxury resort. The resort is a sanctuary of gently undulating meadows, tree-dotted hills, seasonal creeks, and waterfalls, stretching over nearly 1,700 acres, and cradled by rolling Northern California countryside.

    A 7,360-yard championship golf course with unobstructed views is the resort’s centerpiece. Over 4,100 square feet of private, state-of-the-art meeting rooms and special event catering for up to 120 guests, as well as three separate dining venues, compose the understated elegance of the clubhouse. Sense, a Rosewood Spa, wellness rooms, an outdoor pool, a winery, and a tennis center with tournament courts are also featured in the resort.

    Rosewood CordeValle – San Martin Information

    Average Price Range: $474 to $815

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 6 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 45

    11

    Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills – LA

    Truly Connect with Nature

    A city landmark stands in the heart of Beverly Hills, bustling with the vitality and excitement of one of the most diverse destinations in the world. When you’re not out walking the Hollywood Hills, shopping on Rodeo Drive, and visiting the prominent art museums of our city, settle in and unwind at Beverly Hills at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles. Soak up the sun at our resort-style pool.

    The Hotel’s Premier Balcony Rooms are bright, airy sanctuaries with views of the Hollywood Hills and the surrounding cityscape and offer spacious, five-star comfort.

    In one of the Premier Suites, complete with expansive views of the surrounding city and mountain areas, a five-star guest experience awaits you. Relax in the cozy living room, or on one of three personal balconies, move out into the California sunshine that gives Maximize relaxation and very well-being in a special environment.

    Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills – LA Information

    Average Price Range: $513 to $993

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 17 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 285

    12

    Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa – Rancho Santa Fe

    Immerse Yourself in Absolute Luxury

    Wake up to a glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice and a newspaper delivered to your door each morning. Pamper yourself with Natura Bissé bath products. In the evening, immerse yourself in romance with a glowing fire and a bottle of wine on your private hotel suite patio.

    You are treated to a timeless Mediterranean environment and a relaxing residential experience when you fly to the picturesque resort and spa of Rancho Valencia. The hotel’s 49 authentic, hacienda-style suites, which we lovingly call our casitas, are the embodiment of elegance amid the welcoming courtyards and bubbling fountains, pampering you with an artful blend of comfort and privacy. Every spacious hotel suite boasts rustic, customized furnishings, romantic lighting and a private patio garden overlooking the San Diego area’s olive groves and surrounding canyons.

    Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa – Rancho Santa Fe Information

    Average Price Range: $739 to $1453

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 19 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 49

    13

    Ledson Hotel – Sonoma

    Classic Luxury and Comfort

    Standing like the crown jewel of the Historic Sonoma Plaza the Ledson Hotel invites guests to step back in time to a grander era. Meticulously designed and built by fifth-generation Sonoma farmer and winemaker, Steve Ledson, this luxury hotel with its six individually decorated guestrooms plays host to those who shape our world.

    Antique grandeur and modern amenities combine with subtlety, efficient, and personalized service, making this unique Ledson Hotel one of the most distinguished destinations in California. The Hotel’s finest personal service and prompt attention to every detail awaits every honeymooner who passes through the door.

     

    Ledson Hotel – Sonoma Information

    Average Price Range: $390 to $518

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 24 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 6

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      About California

      California is the #1 tourist destination in the US – it welcomes over a quarter-billion visitors every year. California has something for everyone – family vacations, guys/girl trips, holidays, and, of course, romantic honeymoons.

      California is one of the largest states, extending along the Pacific coast of the US. The state is very diverse in terms of its population, culture, landscape, and more.

      You’ll find some of the most iconic landmarks and attractions in various parts of California – from the famous beachfront at Venice and Santa Monica to the Mojave Desert considered one of the hottest places on Earth.

      The beautiful scenery is one of the main attractions. California is full of incredible sights, overlooking the major cities, or of untouched nature, or looking out into the Pacific Ocean. You’ve never seen a sunset until you’ve experienced it in California.

      With California being a popular honeymoon destination, there’s plenty of places to find romance and fun at the same time.

      Great Places to Visit in California

      Carmel Beach

      California isn’t only destinations for glitz and glamour; Carmel Beach is one of the most scenic places to visit for honeymoons. It has a small-town vibe with a European ambiance, located along the Pacific coast.

      Carmel Beach is a stark contrast from California’s major cities but is the perfect retreat for an intimate setting. You’ll be surrounded by excellent beaches and scenic views of the rugged coastline.

      A unique thing about spending your honeymoon in Carmel Beach is the absence of major chain hotels and restaurants. Immerse yourself into the local atmosphere by staying at an intimate bed and breakfast hotel or a local inn. You’ll fall in love with the small-town charm.

      In addition to the exceptional hospitality, it’s a fun place to explore with lots of things to do during your stay.

      Honeymooners can enjoy the range of outdoor activities such as hiking, golfing, or spending time on the beach. There’s are lots of options for hiking, including the famous Clint Eastwood trail or visit the Devendorf Park.

      Carmel Beach will be the highlight of your honeymoon with an excellent beach for lounging around in the California sun. Cool off in the Pacific or just sit back, relax, and enjoy the moment as newlyweds.

      Carmel Beach is also well known for its vast art scene. Art galleries fill the town, with over 100 different galleries to choose from. You’ll also find unique fashion boutiques throughout the town.

      Everywhere you look, you’ll have incredible views – Carmel Beach is home to one of the most scenic drives in the US, winding along the coastline looking out into the Pacific Ocean.

      You’ll be just a short drive away from a major California wine region for tasting some of the best wine in the state.

      Big Sur

      Just a short drive away from Carmel Beach, you’ll come across Big Sur, a nature-lover’s paradise. Big Sur is home to a mountainous region of California located along the coast.

      While you won’t find a major city atmosphere with luxury resorts at Big Sur, it’s one of the best places for adventurous couples spending their honeymoon in California.

      If you’re hoping to spend lots of time outdoors, Big Sur is an ideal destination. Spend your time between some of the many state parks located in the area. Some of the favorite parks to visit are the Point Sur State Historic Park, Andrew Molera Park, and Point Lobos.

      Andrew Molera Park has a variety of activities such as hiking trails, forest walks, and even surfing. Point Lobos has a diverse landscape, encompassing both protected land and marine areas.

      If you’re looking for another great hiking destination in Big Sur, you could also explore the St. Lucia Mountain Range. It’s along the coast, so you’ll have beautiful ocean views while ascending to the mountain summit.

      There’s plenty of places to enjoy time in the water during your honeymoon at Big Sur. Many couples enjoy visiting McWay Falls, one of the most popular waterfalls in the region.

      After long days hiking, you and your spouse can relax down on Sand Dollar Beach, the premier beach of Big Sur. The beach stretches for several miles, giving you plenty of space to enjoy on your own. The best time to visit is to catch a glimpse of the beautiful sunset.

      One of the most iconic things about Big Sur is the 17-mile stretch of Highway 1, running along the coast. Take a romantic drive along the famous highway as you wind around the mountain slopes and gaze out to the ocean.

      Lake Tahoe

      Lake Tahoe is among the largest lakes in the US, and the second deepest in the country. Visiting Lake Tahoe for your honeymoon isn’t like going to your typical lake – the massive lake has endless things to do here, especially for couples.

      Lake Tahoe is one of the top California destinations for spending your honeymoon that combines modern hospitality with outdoor fun. You’ll find everything you need around the lake, from accommodations to fun.

      There are plenty of options for places to stay at the lake. For more modern stays, choose one of the luxury hotels and resorts on any side of the lake. For a more local stay, you can also make reservations for cabin stays or set up tents at one of the several campgrounds.

      The lake is included as part of the Emerald Bay State Park. The park gives a rare chance to see and climb glaciers in California. You’ll also be able to explore some of the historical sites at the lake, such as touring an old castle.

      Couples who enjoy lounging in the sun can head over to the Zephyr Cove, a small beach located along the lake coastline. The peddle beach is an excellent place for relaxing or cooling off in the shallow waters. It’s also one of the best places to see the sunset over the lake.

      Another way to experience the sunset is with a sunset cruise on the lake. Boats take you around for sightseeing from the lake perspective while enjoying a champagne toast as the sun begins to set.

      Places for incredible views are endless at Lake Tahoe. You’ll find many restaurants around the lake providing you with views overlooking the lake and surrounding landscape.

      Take the gondola cable car ride up Heavenly Mountain for panoramic views over the entire scenery.

      Sonoma

      Travel just a short distance outside of San Francisco, and you’ll come across Sonoma, one of California’s most famous wine countries. It’s the perfect place to spend your honeymoon to dive into the culinary delights of the region while enjoying the beautiful outdoors.

      Sonoma is home to hundreds of wineries and vineyards. Its location makes it the perfect place for grapes to grow, creating some of the tastiest wines in the state. Each winery gives a unique experience, allowing you to taste locally made wine.

      A unique wine experience includes visiting one of the local wine castles. Several old castles welcome visitors to explore the traditional wine-making techniques, stroll the castle grounds, and taste the highest quality wines.

      You can also take a wine tour via horse-drawn carriage.

      You’ll have a complete romantic stay in Sonoma when you stay in one of the local resorts. You’ll find everything from modern stays to preserved European-style mansions for your accommodations. Many places offer bed and breakfast service, as well as other amenities catering to couples.

      Sonoma allows you to add in a bit of adventure to your honeymoon trip. You’ll get to experience pure nature with many forests, parks, and mountain ranges. One of the most popular destinations for hiking is Mayacamas Mountains. There are plenty of trails that lead up to the summit for great views.

      For an even better view, take one of the hot air balloon tours – you and your spouse will cruise high above the vineyards below to truly appreciate the landscape.

      Couples can spend plenty of time lounging around during their honeymoon. There are plenty of beaches located along the Pacific Coast for sunbathing or dipping into the ocean.

      Sonoma is an intimate place for a honeymoon where you won’t find large tourist crowds.

      Laguna Beach

      You can’t go wrong with a romantic seaside village to spend your honeymoon. Laguna Beach is exactly that and more, making it a favorite destination for honeymooners in California.

      The main attraction to Laguna Beach is, of course, the beaches. Laguna Beach has plenty of beaches to choose from – some of the top beaches include West Street Beach and the beaches found in Crystal Cove State Park. You’ll have plenty of options for where to enjoy water sports, lounging, or viewing the beautiful sunsets.

      Laguna Beach is along the Pacific coast, with water conditions perfect for getting out and enjoying. Many of the favorite water sports include kayaking, paddleboarding, and various tours. You can go sightseeing along the coast or even have a chance at dolphin sightings.

      In case you don’t see the marine life in the natural setting, there are other places to visit during your honeymoon for an up-close view of the biodiversity of Laguna Beach. The Nix Nature Center and the Pacific Marine Mammal Center are popular locations to see marine life like sea lions, seals, and more.

      Enjoying the water attractions isn’t the only thing to do at Laguna Beach. You can spend the day hiking the great outdoors with lots of trails to discover great views. Visit Alta Laguna Park to hike the mountain trails – ascend to the Top of the World viewpoint for panoramic views of Laguna Beach. You can even hike trails around the nearby Barbara’s Lake.

      Go for a romantic stroll through Laguna Beach village and discover some of the best places to dine or nightlife bars and lounges. The town is filled with small shops and souvenir stores to find the perfect gifts for each other on your honeymoon. There are also plenty of options for boutique hotels to stay with a warm, local charm.

      Best Time to Visit California

      The best time for a honeymoon in California depends on where you’re planning to go. The weather is generally great year-round in California, even for outdoor activities. You’ll always have sunny days, even during the cooler winter months.

      Northern California has more natural scenery with parks, wineries, and mountains. Traveling between April to November is best for experiencing outdoors and better weather.

      The best time to visit southern California for your honeymoon is during the spring or autumn. The summertime is using the peak travel season in the state and can reach extreme hot weather.

      Top Things to do in California

      Visit the Beaches

      You can enjoy the scenic California beaches almost anywhere along the long Pacific coastline running the length of the state. California has some of the best beaches in the US, making it the perfect getaway for a honeymoon trip.

      California beaches provide a variety of experiences – some exclusive with small crowds, and other public beaches. Some of the most iconic beaches in California are at Venice Beach and Santa Monica Beach. Although public beaches, they’re two of the nicest beaches in the state.

      You’ll get the chance to enjoy a range of water sports, with warm, blue waters and clean beach sands. There’s plenty of room to space out on the extensive beaches. They’re also an excellent destination for enjoying the famous boardwalks, filled with restaurants, ride attractions, entertainment, and more.

      California even offers more intimate beach settings such as at Laguna Beach or in remote areas of the state.

      Visiting the beach in California is a must-do activity during your honeymoon.

      Live The Celeb Life in Hollywood

      California is famous for its role on the big screen, with Hollywood being the hub of film and celebrities. Hollywood is in Los Angeles, and a popular destination for honeymooners to get a glimpse into the movie star glamour.

      Spend a day hanging out in Hollywood to visit the Walk of Fame. See if you can find all of your favorite actors, athletes, celebrities, and other notable figures.

      Many of the top movie studios are also nearby. You can tour the lots of Universal studios and others for a chance to see the behind-the-scenes of some of your favorite TV shows and movies.

      Take a famous Hollywood tour to see where some of your favorite stars of the past and present live. You’ll board a bus and ride around Los Angeles for a chance to see celebrities hanging out around the city.

      Major City Landmarks

      California has some of the most notable cities. Whether you’re spending your honeymoon in the city or just outside of the city, spend a day or two exploring the nearest major city. You can experience the major city life in places like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, San Diego, and more. Each of these places is filled with fun, history, culture, and more.

      Some of the top landmarks to see in California include the Golden Gate Bridge, the Hollywood Sign, or the Governor’s Mansion State Historical Park. You’ll find plenty of tours in either city to take you sightseeing and experiencing the best that each city has to offer.

      In addition, you’ll have a lot of entertainment, culture, and nightlife to add to your honeymoon. Head into the city during your trip and hang out at some of the hotspots in each city. It won’t be hard to find a romantic dinner to make reservations at or enjoying incredible views from a rooftop lounge.

      Disneyland

      Disneyland is the premier theme park attraction in California, near Anaheim. Adults can have just as much fun as the kids with lots of rides and romantic things to do in the park.

      Pick up a couple of day passes for the park, and you’ll fill your day with excitement as you explore everything that the park has to offer. The thrill rides are just the beginning of a fun day at the park. Hop on one of the roller coasters for max adrenaline or choose one of the mellow rides across the park.

      There’s plenty to eat and drink in Disneyland. You can find the perfect romantic setting at restaurants such as the Blue Bayou restaurant or enjoy wine and beer at various stations.

      Be sure to stay in the park until the nighttime to see the beautiful fireworks from one of the parks’ terraces.

      If you’re hoping to stay for more than one day, you’ll also find designated resorts for the park, perfect for finding couples’ amenities to pamper you throughout your stay.

      Wine Tasting

      Did you know that some of the best wine in the US comes from California? California is home to two prominent wine countries: Napa Valley and Sonoma.

      You’ve never truly experienced wine until you’ve visited one of these locations – and what better time than on your honeymoon! Couples will have a fantastic time exploring the region’s wineries and vineyards.

      There are lots of unique venues for tasting some of the country’s highest quality wine. Take a day trip to wine country and go around to a few of the local vineyards. You can even design your entire honeymoon around wine tasting by staying at one of the local resorts.

      If you’re visiting California for your honeymoon, wine tasting should be on your to-do list. You can even pick up a special bottle to commemorate the honeymoon date with your spouse.

      National Parks

      In a state as large as California, you can imagine that there’s lots of space to enjoy the great outdoors. California has the most national parks out of any state, with nine total spread across its land area.

      California has a very diverse landscape – the national parks give the perfect opportunity to explore the biodiversity created by the various ecosystems. Parks include land and marine areas, giving you plenty to see and do.

      Some of the top national parks in California include Yosemite National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, Death Valley National Park, and Kings Canyon National Park. The parks range from covering mountainous areas to forested areas to the California deserts.

      There’s an abundance of plants and animals living within the parks. The parks are also a great location for a romantic picnic, hikes to view a scenic sunset, or enjoying various outdoor recreational activities.

      Weather in California

      California is a large state, meaning that the weather varies significantly in various regions. In general, California has a Mediterranean climate. You’ll experience hot, dry summers, and mild winters with lots of rain.

      Northern California has a higher elevation because of the mountainous regions. Winters a colder at these higher elevations and can experience snow. In the summer, temperatures can range from 68 °F to 90 °F.

      Southern California features a more desert-like landscape. The region has the hottest summers – average temperatures in various cities range from 75 °F – 90 °F.

      Wintertime in California has average temperatures in the 50’s across the entire state. Spring and Autumn have mild days with cooler nights.

      California gets an average of nine hours of sunlight per day. The rainy season lasts from January to March.

      Getting to California

      Getting to California is easy, accessible via land, sea, and air. There are lots of major highways that cross the entire country and end in places such as San Francisco (Lincoln Highway from NYC) or Santa Monica (I-10 from Jacksonville).

      The main airport travel hubs in California are LAX – Los Angeles International Airport – and SFO – San Francisco International Airport. There are also other international airports in many of the other major cities like San Diego and Sacramento, making it easy to fly into the nearest airport and take a short ride to your final destination.

      California has several ports where some of the top cruise ships operate, including Princess Cruises and Royal Caribbean. There are travel options to cruise along the coast to other California destinations.

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