Accessibility in Sonoma Valley
Sonoma Valley enjoys a very inclusive culture, both in heart and in practice. A wide variety of transportation and touring companies service visitors of all abilities, allowing for fun, convenient and accessible experiences, whether you are traveling by town car, bus, hot-air balloon, bicycle, segway, wheelchairs or e-trikes. In addition, all public buildings are ADA-accessible and compliant, as well as most of our wineries, parks, restaurants, hotels, museums, shops, and theaters. The possibilities are endless!
Sonoma Valley is a 17-mile long valley within Sonoma County that encompasses the charming city of Sonoma and the rural areas of Carneros, The Springs, Glen Ellen, Carneros, Bennett Valley and Kenwood.
Just 45 minutes north of San Francisco, the Valley is bordered by the Mayacamas Mountains to the east and Sonoma Mountain to the west. Sonoma Valley begins in the north at the edge of Santa Rosa, and extends south to Carneros, meeting the tidelands of the San Pablo Bay. Accessible from four major Northern California airports (San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and Santa Rosa), Sonoma Valley is the best of California wine country: easy to get to and hard to leave!