Located just 10 minutes from downtown San Francisco lies the tiny shoreline city of Sausalito.
Once a hub for shipbuilding during World War II, Sausalito has since become a popular tourist destination, for its breathtaking views and Mediterranean feel.
Sausalito stretches just 2.2 square miles, and its name means “little willow grove.” But California Life found out–there is nothing small about this seaside city.
Many world-class restaurants are located in Sausalito. The city is also known for being an artist enclave, and every Labor Day Weekend, hosts the internationally-acclaimed Sausalito Art Festival.
To see more of what Sausalito has to offer, be sure to watch our story below!