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Vallejo Farmers Market offers fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables from the fields and orchards of family farms. The Saturday market is open year-round with the season's freshest fruits, vegetables, greens and nuts along with freshly caught seafood and fresh-cut flowers.
The private sailing tours offered by Captain Chuck's Charters take you through some stunning views of San Francisco Bay including the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Angel Island. The captain, an experienced mariner, is friendly and well-informed. The yachts are well-maintained and insured.
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Guest can experience sailing charters on the San Francisco bay with Captain Kirk's Sailing Adventures - Private Tours. They offer three professionally maintained yachts, the 50-foot Santa Cruz, the 50-foot Gulf Star, and the 36-foot Soverel.
The Villa del Monte Winery is a family-owned winery specializing in using locally sourced grapes to produce their wines. Wine tasting is offered one weekend per month and offers different wine options, such as Chardonnay, Cabernet, and Malbec, among others.
Established by Edith Heath in 1948, Heath Ceramics is popular as much for its quality ceramic ware as for the friendly and informative factory tours. Besides the ceramics, the store also offers glassware, jewelry, candles and a variety of tiles.
A peninsula, and former military establishment, resting against the city of Vallejo, Mare Island is a favorite visiting spot of locals and travelers alike. The island offers historical building tours, golf and wedding venues for beautiful views of the surrounding land and waters.
Rather than a specifically designated area, the Vallejo Waterfront Park is essentially an open space where visitors can enjoy outdoor activities like biking, running, soccer, and flying kites. Dogs are also allowed on the walkways if they are on leashes.