Fly along California’s scenic coast from La Jolla to Newport Beach, over LAX and Santa Barbara, past California Condor nesting areas. From there, you can follow the 101, fly over the Golden Gate Bridge, and then turn to the east and explore the beautiful backcountry of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Time En Route in the SR22
A little over 2 hours and 20 minutes from the time you take off to the time you land in Napa Valley.
What to Do?
Once you arrive in Napa, taxi to the Bridgeford Flying Services ramp; they will greet you with a full range of services. Take the crew car for a spin or get a great rate through the FBO with Enterprise rental cars, cabs or even a chauffeur. From there, the day is yours! Go to one of the best wineries in the valley: Cakebread Cellars. Tour the vineyard, presses and wine cellars. You can also go golfing at Eagle Vines Vineyards & Golf Club, and experience golf at its finest in some of the most panoramic scenery in the country. Experience the wildlife of Safari West, with open jeep adventures, dining and lodging, which will make you feel like you are in heart of Africa
Places to Stay at Night
There are many choices of places to rest your head after a long day, but one stands out above the rest: The Meritage Resort and Spa. With a wine tasting bar, world class spa and outdoor amenities, such as a covered terrace, heated pool, fire pit, bocce ball court and poolside food and bar service, you will feel that you actually got away from it all.
Where to Eat
Napa is known for its world famous wine and food. Here are a few of the recommended restaurants to dine at while staying in Napa:
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