San Juan Bautista

San Juan Bautista is a city in San Benito County, California. The city is named for the Franciscan Mission of San Juan Bautista, which in turn is named for St. John the Baptist. Despite having a population of less than 2,000, San Juan Bautista has a number of historic landmarks dating from when it was one of the more prominent towns in the Central Coast region of what was then the Mexican Republic.

Get in

San Juan Bautista is a few miles off US Highway 101. To get there, go east on California State Route 156 (exit 345) or south on the San Juan Highway (exit 347)


The Franciscan Mission of San Juan Bautista
José Castro House

Go next

Routes through San Juan Bautista

San Jose Gilroy  N  S  Salinas San Luis Obispo
Ends at Watsonville  W  E  END
END Jct N S  W  E  Hollister Jct W E

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