Soledad, California, located just southeast of the larger city of Salinas
offers a peaceful retreat from bustling city life with a unique combination of small town charm, fascinating history and lavish accommodations. Originally founded as part of the 13th of 21 missions in California, Soledad maintains its allure. The city has become an integral part of one the main wine producing regions in California, with a collection of more than twenty vineyards and wineries within a thirty mile radius, constantly luring in weary travelers and weekenders alike with their enticing tasting rooms and rare wines. The town also protects a sum of 65 acres of open land which include 13 community parks, and the city is only a short drive from Pinnacles National Monument. The city of Soledad is known for “prime-farmland,” ideal soil for agricultural production coupled with a year-round temperate climate as well as for its timber production, and the Soledad Energy Partnership, a wood-waste burning electric plant within the city. Soledad homes and its students attend the educational institutions of Soledad Unified School District and one community education center which offers adult education, independent study courses for youth and adults, a regional occupational program (ROP) and a continuation high school. The city is made easily accessible from anywhere in the Bay Area via Highway 101 and is also serviced by the Monterey
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