Fort Bragg is a city located in coastal Mendocino County, California along State Route 1, the major north-south highway along the Pacific Coast. Fort Bragg is located 24 miles west of Willits. Fort Bragg, listed as a California Historical Landmark, was founded prior to the American Civil War as a military garrison rather than a fortification. Fort Bragg is now a popular tourist destination due to its picturesque views of the Pacific Ocean and rugged Northern California coastline.

Tourist are also attracted by the luxury housing offered in Fort Bragg. The fully furnished apartments in this area are absolutely beautiful and sit along the gorgeous coastline. Are you looking for an escape from the hustle-bustle of the city? A place surrounded by forest and sea? A romantic hideaway? A girlfriend getaway? Family fun time? Sweet solitude? Make sure to reserve a loft for rent in Fort Bragg before planning your trip.

Fort Bragg, California, 150 miles north of San Francisco on the rugged Northern California Coast, is the perfect destination for all that and more. They’ve got bookshops for the bookish, thrift stores for the thrifty, shops for the shoppers, art for the artists, camping supplies for the campers, and furnished apartments for those who need housing.

They’re eco-friendly, vegan and vegetarian friendly, pet friendly and family friendly. Of course, you will feel right at home as a couple or a single; especially if you rent an apartment here. There are no traffic jams, no rush hour (no rushing of any kind) and no parking meters downtown. The air is some of the purest on earth; the blue-green ocean pristine. There isn’t much like it. And, we are an official Gateway to the California Coastal National Monument. Let’s go now!

Here are some great things to do while visiting:

  • Rubaiyat Beads in Fort Bragg
  • Discover world treasures from beads, findings, tribal jewelry, ethnic textiles to incense and sacred aromatherapy oils and burners, scented candles, metaphysical books, CD’s, crystals, locally-made glass beads, and stained glass art.
  • Mackerricher State Park north of Fort Bragg
  • Popular with hikers, joggers, equestrians, and bicyclists. This park is best known for all the seals that live in this beautiful and varied habitat of sandy beaches, ocean bluffs, sand dunes, and tide pools to forests and wetlands.