Visit Santa Cruz County is pleased to offer the latest visitor guide to help you plan your adventures throughout the region. The 2017 Official Santa Cruz County Traveler’s Guide features stories, enhanced area maps and dining and lodging information highlighting the many amenities offered by the county’s restaurants, hotels, bed and breakfast inns, vacation rentals and campgrounds. Plus, find out when and where the hottest events are happening and make plans to visit those must-see Santa Cruz County attractions.
Santa Cruz County beaches will host thousands of visitors over the 4th of July weekend. In fact, it marks the busiest beach weekend of the season! In an effort to protect and preserve our beautiful county, violators who disrespect the beaches will be subject to “Triple Fines”. Read more below about specific violations of the Municipal Code that will be subject to a fine of as much as $1,305 with fees. Please be safe, have fun, and respect this beautiful county!
At Visit Santa Cruz County, one of our most frequently asked questions is how to have a wedding at the beach. To some, there’s no more perfect or memorable place to tie the knot, but how does one pull it off and what are some tips to make sure it all works out? Here are some reminders of important things to consider when planning your beach wedding:
Take a look at properties sporting revamped meetings spaces, rooms and more in Santa Cruz County!
The wine scene in Santa Cruz County is as diverse as the region’s sights and as inspired as its culture. And so, it’s no surprise that local wineries – along with the Santa Cruz County Conference & Visitors Council – are raising a glass to California Wine Month. Here are some fresh new ways to experience Santa Cruz County’s wine country: