On the way from San Francisco to Los Angeles, there is an unconventional and very low-key town. The town is famous for its wines, and there is also a local open-air restaurant from the farm to the table, using locally grown vegetables and fruits.
This town is one of the oldest towns in California. It was discovered and built by the Spanish in 1772, so it is also a rare Spanish town on the west coast of the United States. The small pocket of the town, the stream flows through the town, does not need to use the map, all the way to slow down, Spanish-style architecture is simple yet unique, it is eye-catching. The square in front of the church will be especially lively on holidays, bringing together various market events.
If you want to get to know the local area, there are also various types of museums to visit, from children's museums, art galleries, historical museums to historical monuments. If you have time, you may wish to slow down and visit. Of course, the church in the town center can't be missed. The Grizzly statue in front of the mission station is also very California. There is also a free concert on Friday night. The bubble gum alley in the town is also the signature attraction of the town. You can directly search for this attraction on the map. As soon as you come to the alley, a variety of fruit flavors will come out. It is a characteristic street, and it is glued. Various types of chewing gum.