Sonoma’s 55-mile coast is a spectacle to witness. Home to high-rising cliffs, clandestine caves and scenic beaches, you’ll find a plethora of outdoor activities at your behest—and you’ll learn a lot about the county’s history too. After all, the place is where American settlers claimed the state’s independence from Mexico, and it is also the birthplace of winemaking in California. So when you’re not hiking trails in Howarth Park and surfing the Bodega Bay, you’ll be sipping at one of the county’s premiere wine tours. Accommodation-wise, you’re set. This carefully assorted list of rentals ensures travelers of every type are content with their place of stay. From tree houses to yurts, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for this summer vacation.