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3 trips to take with your girlfriends in Southern California

With spring comes the inevitable appetite for renewal–for new life, new wonders and new experiences. Take this changing of seasons as the perfect reason to round up your closest gal pals and explore sunny Southern California. Head for places where you can enjoy the outdoors and let the Golden State’s natural elements work their wonders on you. Here are three girlfriend-approved destinations for you to consider:

Keys Creek Lavender Farm

Whimsical and picturesque, the Keys Creek Lavender Farm is nestled in San Diego’s North County and is home to over a dozen varieties of lavender. Take yourself and some friends and enjoy this serene, storybook setting; partake in events such as English High Tea, soap making classes and tours of the farm. Before you leave, be sure to shop their home and beauty products to bring home a bit of the lavender experience with you.

Keys Creek Lavender Farm

Glen Ivy Hot Springs

Indulge in the spa lifestyle of Glen Ivy Hot Springs in Corona. With a focus on self-care featuring restorative treatments and healing mineral pools, Glen Ivy is the perfect place where a group of girls can relax and bask under the sun. Book a massage or head to the Grotto for a moisturizing treatment–and whatever you do, make sure to spend some time in Southern California’s only red clay mineral bath, Club Mud.

Glen Ivy Spa

Bed & breakfast in Julian

Relax in the historic, gold-mining town of Julian and explore this landmark town to discover its frontier-style beauty (and apple pie!). Gather your friends for a weekend of rustic charm while staying at the Eaglenest Bed and Breakfast, where you can wake up to a traditional country breakfast and then lounge poolside under the apple trees. For an extra outdoorsy feel, book their private cabin, An Eagle in the Pines. Adventure, anyone? Eaglenest B&B Grace Yco is the Digital Marketing Manager at ViX Paula Hermanny. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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  1. I am tickled pink, NO, tickled lavender to see Keys Creek here! My husband and I got married at the Lavender Farm and I recommend it for EVERYONE. Just such a lovely, wonderful place in San Diego County! Do not miss it! – Heather, Life of a Traveling Navy Wife

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