Located just 50 miles outside of San Francisco, Sebastopol is in the middle of all the wine region has to offer with the hometown charm untouched by the greater tourist rush seen in other valley towns. In addition to being a part of the Sonoma grape growing region, Sebastopol and the surrounding agricultural land, produces the majority of the Gravenstein apples eaten around the world. Downtown Sebastopol is the home of quaint shops and restaurants fit for any foodie and flanked on one end by quiet neighborhood streets and the other by the Barlow. The Barlow is a venue for shopping, restaurants, tasting rooms, and entertainment venues. The community is what makes Sebastopol special, with community gardens and parks, families and friends will always feel at home. Just 15 miles from the Russian River and approximately 10 miles from Bodega Bay, Sebastopol is an outdoor enthusiasts paradise.