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Tiburon

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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2009

Originally named "Punta de Tiburon" (Point of Sharks) by Spanish Explorers in 1776, the historic railroad town of Tiburon is reminiscent of a quaint New England fishing village. Now a quaint yet bustling paradise on the bay, Tiburon, known locally as "The Sunny Side of the Bay," is a picturesque bayside town blessed with plentiful marinas, yacht clubs, tennis courts and swimming facilities. Bound by water on three sides, stretching southward and forming the east border of lovely Richardson Bay, the scenic Tiburon Peninsula is located on the San Francisco Bay and has breathtaking views of Angel Island and the Golden Gate Bridge. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the convenient ferry service to both Angel Island State Park, a haven for biking and hiking, or to San Francisco, which is a delightful six miles across the bay.

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