What to Do: Tiburon

Tiburon is a small town surrounded by water on three sides, offering stunning views of the Bay and the San Francisco skyline. It is a popular destination for visitors due to its picturesque scenery, downtown area, and outdoor recreational opportunities such as hiking, biking, and boating. The town is also known for its affluent community and high-end shops and restaurants.

Angel Island — Tiburon Ferry Cruise

Angel Island is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in history and nature. The island offers panoramic views of the Bay and is home to a rich cultural heritage, including historic military forts and immigration center.

Belvedere’s China Cabin

china cabin at night
Photo by Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society

Originally built in 1866 as the first-class salon of the SS China steamship, the China Cabin was later relocated to Belvedere Island. Today, the China Cabin has been restored and is open to the public, offering a rare opportunity to step back in time.


Photo: Cinelounge Entrance

Looking for a luxurious movie-going experience? Look no further than Tiburon’s Cinelounge. Enjoy top-notch amenities, gourmet snacks, and a curated selection of the latest and greatest films.

Blackie’s Pasture

Eric Stephens

Blackie’s Pasture is an open space preserve that offers a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle. This park boasts breathtaking views of Bay and its surroundings, as well as miles of scenic walking and biking trails.