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Santa Cruz County is located on the Pacific Coast of California and forms the northern coast of Monterey Bay.  It is one of the original counties of California, created on 1850 at the time of statehood.  It is the second smallest county in California in terms of land area, at 445.24 sq miles.  There are four incorporated cities in the county. The largest is Santa Cruz City, with a population of 59,946.  The total population as of 2010 was  262,382.  There are two courthouses in the county, one in Santa Cruz and the other at Watsonville.

Santa Cruz is known for its pristine beaches, magnificent redwood forests, and fertile farmlands. It has a Mediterranean climate with relatively low humidity and sunshine for nearly 300 days in a year. The county has 29 miles of beaches and has six state parks and six state beaches. Its has many quaint shops and restaurants, as well as numerous cultural and recreational opportunities, including sailing, fishing, golf, tennis and hiking, ensuring that all tourists will enjoy their stay.  Cultural attractions include Santa Cruz County Symphony, the Cabrillo Music Festival, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, the McPherson Museum of Art and History, the University of California Performing Arts Center, and the Henry J. Mello Performing Arts Center

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