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The Weather in Gualala
This is the climate diagram in Gualala. July is the warmest month of the year in Gualala with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 95°. However, temperatures can go lower than 35° in Gualala in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is July.
Book a vacation cottage for a rejuvenating break in Gualala, CA
Pronounced "wa-LA-la" by natives, Gualala village beguiles with its gentle breezes, seals and seaside charm. Visitors can watch migrating whales swim by from their sea-facing vacation rentals. A sense of awe never fails to descend in laid back Gualala, the perfect destination for a relaxing break.
Savor Gualala Cuisine
Indulge in some people-watching at Gualala's outdoor cafés, that rustle up an assortment of cuisines. The bright and cheery Trinks offers hearty breakfasts and creative lunches, all attractively-priced. Ocean-facing outdoor seating is possible here, too.
For an elegant meal, St. Orres' rustic, high-ceiling dining room decorated with eclectic paintings does the trick. No matter the place, full-flavored, hearty, and comforting meals await in Gualala.
Art and culture in Gualala
The Gualala region has faithfully nourished its sculptors, musicians, dancers, glass-workers, and other artists. Discover their works at the Gualala Arts Center which regularly hosts theater, jazz concerts, lectures and chamber music. For an insight early Californian history, including displays documenting Native American culture, check out the Visitor's Center.
A day in the great outdoors
Diving for abalone is a fun and popular activity in Gualala. Anglers, note that no licence is required to fish at Point Arena Pier. You can lower your crab-traps from here, too. Golfers will be interested in the 18-hole Sea Ranch Golf Course, it's both challenging and beautifully connects with the shore. Spring and summer are perfect for a riverside picnic, or some downstream paddling. Canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, camping, and kayaking are other pursuits city-dwellers love indulging in.
Plan an excursion to the Pygmy forest in Salt Point State Park. The four-mile long Pygmy Forest Trail loop is peppered with mushrooms, wild flowers, and grassy prairies. Gualala Point Regional Park meanwhile, meanders along the Gualala River – collect sea glass, fish, or build sand castles while here. Whale Watch Point at the park's Bluff Trail is an opportune spot for whale sightings.
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