Mendocino Headlands and Mendocino Village
At the west end of Main St., where it turns into Heeser, an entrance to convenient and magnificent views is marked by a gap in a white rail fence. While the wide, flat trail is dirt, it curves gradually across the Headlands towards a sea cave with a skylight. The views of the ocean and back towards Mendocino Village provide wonderful photo opportunities. Heavy chain anchors and pilings are remnants of shipping operations that once worked the cove. A short drive northwest leads to large parking lots at the westernmost end of the Headlands, and they provide breathtaking views of the waves, rocks, and sea life that grace the region.
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