If you’re looking for iconic San Francisco views, then Baker Beach should be the first stop. This mile-long public beach sits along the base of the rocky serpentine cliffs.
The Twin Peaks sits in the heart of the city, over 900 feet above the ocean. On a clear evening, this spot offers an amazing sight of downtown San Francisco, the Bay and the ocean.
This is a popular hiking and trail running area where you can even find an old military battery to take a few snaps on your way to a sunset lookout.
The open spaces of the west bluff provide a beautiful picnic area and walking paths to find yourself a quiet spot to watch the sunset.
Grizzly Park has views of the city and the Golden Gate on a clear day. This is a well-known sunset-viewing location.