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Most romantic things to do in California

It’s about time you leave those cliché candlelight dinners and movie date nights in the past and bring along some thrill and adventure to your relationship. California is merely famous for its historic ideals, beautiful houses, splendid coastline, deserts and wildlife. Plan your next date or your next romantic getaway in California and experience historical museums, sandy beaches, delicious cuisines, and so much more with your partner within the state.

La Jolla Cove, La Jolla:

La Jolla Cove is San Diego’s most photographed and posted locations. Famous for its marine life, this place has a whole little beach with sandstone cliffs around it. If you plan on going down there for a vacation with your partner, you may as well be a bit gutsy and take a swim, snorkel or avail their scuba diving facilities. This can be the most perfect and romantic getaway for you and yours truly.

Death Valley National Park: 

Just on the outskirt of Alaska, Death Valley National is situated, which is supposedly the driest and hottest place in the United States. However, there is so much more to this place such as sand dunes, mysterious singing rocks, oasis and many historical spots and colourful sandstone. Couples that look forward to being adventurous together can try hiking, mountain biking or backpacking for an experience of a lifetime. Along with this, there are many romantic cabins and hotels to accommodate you and your soulmate while you are exploring and enjoying.

Wine Tours and Tastings, Napa:     

         

The California Country is all about romance with wine, and this is no doubt an unbreakable pair. Napa Valley in Northern California is at a 50 miles distance from San Francisco, apart from being one of the largest city in California, it is the world-famous wine region. If you are planning out an anniversary or on a couple’s getaway retreat, this is the place to be. This place has over 400 wineries, and the wine tours and tastings are the core heart of this valley.

Mono Hot Springs, Northern California:

Providing facilities like hiking, trout fishing, boating, horse riding, or just mere relaxation, Mono Hot Springs has all that an adventurous or a calm soul would look for. All along with beautiful views, great hoteling, and fine dining for you and your loved ones. The entire setting and structure are designed to connect people to nature in the most beautiful way possible.

Written by Riley Kaplan

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