Want to do an epic food and drink tour of Santa Cruz? Start in South County. The agricultural communities of Watsonville, Freedom, and Corralitos hide amazing food finds – some old, others new – with great craft beer, killer tacos, juicy sausages, and mind-blowing homemade pies. Take a peek at some of our favorites and start planning your South County food crawl.
Outdoor activities and a vibrant community life make Santa Cruz County a natural destination when you’re flying solo. When you’re ready for some adventuring on your own, Santa Cruz County offers a host of fun options in the great outdoors, from beach cruising to exploring the redwood forest. After an action-packed day, the laid-back ethos
Are you planning a visit to Santa Cruz County this 4th of July? First, check out our handy blog with need-to-know information that explores travel safety guidelines, things to do, what to expect while visiting, and more. Please also note that there are no fireworks shows in Santa Cruz County this year.
It’s impossible to talk about all the excellent bites around town, but here is a roundup of five restaurants with some of the best bites I have tasted. They are located in Capitola, Downtown Santa Cruz, the Seabright district, and Westside Santa Cruz. What makes a great “bite,” anyways? Interesting question…in my opinion, this is
Santa Cruz may be the second smallest county in California by landmass, but don’t let its size fool you! There are 29 miles of coast, seemingly endless trails to hike, a vibrant art scene, loads of attractions, great farm fresh foods, innovative eateries, wildlife galore, and a surf vibe that won’t quit! And although we