Venice Beach has always marched to the beat of its own drum – the small, beachside community embodies Southern California culture and is a total haven in the midst of the massive sprawl that is Los Angeles. Next time you head this way, give yourself ample time to wander among the bungalow-lined streets and get in on the full experience with some of our top picks:
Santa Barbara is classic California at its best but just because a lot of people visit doesn't mean it's all worth seeing. Here are Team Salt & Wind's favorite corners of the city from shops to eats to where to stay.
Think Western Canada and what you might not think of? A desert-like landscape with world-class wines, nearby beaches, and lots of local produce. But that’s exactly what you’ll find in Canada’s Okanagan Valley.Here is where to go and what to do when you visit.
David Frenkiel and Luis Vindahl - the duo behind the stunning vegetarian food blog Green Kitchen Stories, authors of both Vegetarian Everyday and Green Kitchen Travels - invite us along for a perfect day in their hometown, Stockholm, Sweden.
For a long time, Los Angeles had the reputation of being more of a dieter’s town than a food-lover’s haven. A place where diners were more concerned about celebrity sightings than James Beard Awards and the word Michelin only referred to tires. Here is where to eat now to appreciate Los Angeles in its fullest.