Belvedere is a tiny incorporated city of less than one square mile of land, surrounded on three sides by the San Francisco Bay. The population of just over 2,000 are clustered in three neighborhoods - Belvedere Island, Belvedere Lagoon and Corinthian Island. The terrain is predominantly hilly and lush. Many residences were designed by famous architects and are considered historically significant. There are spectacular views of San Francisco, Angel Island, the Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, and Mt. Tamalpais. To learn more about Belvedere explorehere.
Tiburon is a bit bigger than Belvedere with a population of about 9,000 spread across the peninsula in hillside homes and seaside mansions. Accessible from San Fransisco by their own ferry landing, Tiburon residents enjoy the best in life with award winning schools, bay views and a real community feeling in this town. Activities for the two towns are coordinated through a joint venture called The Ranch. To learn more about Tiburon discover it here.