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The Half Moon Bay Coastside offers a wealth of ecotourism activities. Our California Coastside has some of the richest marine reserves and wetlands on the California, small working farms where you can explore a barnyard and dine on farm-fresh organic produce. There is a unique shopping district on historic Main Street, lodging accommodations for the traveler, many tidepooling areas, fishing for wild salmon or albacore tuna, and much more.

Ecotourist Activities

At VisitHalfMoonBay.org we have a whole section of our site devoted to Ecotourism. Please follow the links for more specifics about things to do during your stay on the Half Moon Bay Coastside south of San Francisco and north of Santa Cruz.

Ecotourism-Lodging

Places To Stay

–Bed and Breakfasts Inns
–Hotels & Motels

Ecotourism-Things-To-Do

Things To Do

–Beaches & Parks In Northern California -Bay Area Bike Rentals, Trails & Tours
–Bird Watching -Fishing Trips & Boats -Guided Tours & Nature Tours
–Hiking & Walking Trails -Horseback Riding On the Beach
–Visiting Lighthouses -Pillar Point Harbor -Sea Kayaking & Paddleboarding
–Tide Pools & Tidepooling -Whale Watching

Ecotourism-Agritourism

Agritourism Things To Do

–Farm Tours & Farm Stays
–Farms & Produce Stands
–Guided Tours & Nature Tours
–Nurseries
–Wineries

History & Tours

–Historical Information
–GuideHistorical Sites & Tours

We are proud to promote our California's Bay Area Ecotourism region and encourage you to incorporate our many parks, hiking trails, bird refuges, lighthouses, and sanctuaries into your visit.