Marin County

Marin County Travel Guide

Articles about Marin County

By Sarah Z. Wexler

These hotels throughout the Wild West have standout amenities—saltwater soaking pools, lavender fields, a Lexus fleet, even a ghost—that will make any trip memorable. 

By Marisa Meltzer

Marisa Meltzer joins the founders of cult fragrance company Juniper Ridge to uncover the secrets of California’s Mount Tamalpais.

By Travel + Leisure Staff
Editor’s Pick: The Visionary Jochen Zeitz, Founder of Segera Retreat, Laikipia, Kenya Former Puma CEO and chairman Jochen Zeitz is on a multiple-front crusade for ethical commerce across the globe. Tasked with overseeing the sustainable-developm...
By Lyndsey Matthews
By Geraldine Campbell
By Stephanie Orma

Hotels in Marin County

On this one-acre islet, this restored Victorian lighthouse that once guided ships from the San Pablo Strait to the San Francisco stockyards, has been transformed into an all-inclusive five-room inn—it’s the only place to stay on the island.

Restaurants in Marin County

Order the West Coast rendition of a lobster roll, made with Dungeness crab.

Things to do in Marin County

For brinier bivalves than those harvested in Tomales Bay, head to Point Reyes National Seashore, where oysters are exposed to the cold Pacific waters.