- TripBuzz discovered 142 different types of activities for couples in the Tiburon area, including Hiking Trails (like Perimeter Trail), Winery/Vineyard (like Couloir Wines - Straight Line Wine Tasting Room), Specialty Museums (like Railroad & Ferry Depot Museum) and Bay (like Blackie's Pasture), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 565 date ideas in or near Tiburon, California, including 554 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Pacifica, Berkeley and Martinez.
Tiburon Tavern Napa / Sonoma MoreLess Info
Share appetizers such as the daily fish cebiche, followed by NY strip steak or seasonal pasta; includes dessert and 20%-off bottle of wine
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72 Main Street, Tiburon, CA 94920 MoreLess Info
Couloir Wines - Straight Line Wine Tasting Room offers a wide section of handcrafted wines. Patrons can visit and taste wines in the tasting room or patio while learning the history of Couloir's vineyards and their winemaking philosophy.
Situated on the eastern shore of the Tiburon Peninsula, the Paradise Beach Park is spread over 19 acres of land. Facilities provided at the park include bay access, wildlife viewing, a horseshoe court, a long fishing pier, and picnic sites.
Desiderata Sailing is a yacht rental service that allows visitors to charter a boat for a variety of activities around San Francisco. They schedule and plan each trip individually, and offer day excursions and overnight trips.
91% 47 votes
Tiburon Peninsula Foundation, PO Box 210, Tiburon, CA 94920 MoreLess Info
Home to an ex-cavalry horse for many years, Blackie's Pasture commemorates a great horse and community figure. The statue of Blackie that now stands in the pasture reminds visitors of the horse that fought in our army, performed in rodeos, and retired in the pasture.
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Vistazo Street West, Tiburon, CA 94920 MoreLess Info
A state park built around the Old St. Hilary's church, Old St. Hilary's Open Space Preserve offers extensive hiking and biking trails. The park features remarkable scenic views of the bay and surrounding wilderness.
Collecting and preserving artifacts of the rich waterfront history of the area, the Railroad & Ferry Depot Museum is a must see. Exhibits cover the creation and discovery of the railroad and water transportation that made this town irreplaceable.