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Kennismaken met Fort Bragg, California
For those looking for a remote, peaceful haven on the California coast, Fort Bragg fits the bill to a tee. This calm, coastal city was originally founded as a military garrison and is now designated an official California Historical Landmark.
Nowadays, a visit to Fort Bragg will afford you sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean and numerous options to enjoy some fresh air and connect with nature. During your stay, you can choose to check out the famed Glass Beach with its colorful smooth pieces of worn-down discarded glass or engage in common outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and kayaking.
Another popular activity in the city is taking a scenic tour through old-growth redwood groves on the California Western Railroad, often referred to as the "Skunk Train" because of the smell of some of its motorcars. When describing the train, locals used to say "you can smell them before you can see them."
You may also want to stop by one of the restaurants in Fort Bragg to sample local food. A standout option is trying fresh seafood served by local markets and restaurants at Noyo Harbor.