Sequim

Sequim is a small city on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington (state).

With a population of 5,000, Sequim offers small-town charm with big city amenities. You will find unsurpassed natural beauty and a unique Northwest identity. Sequim is located in one of the most beautiful spots in the world. The soaring Olympic Mountains decorate the city’s southern border and the waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca create a northern boundary. Sequim’s ideal weather and rich soil are the envy of other coastal towns and all of Western Washington. You may want to bring a bucket to pick lavender, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries. Sequim is also famous for the flavorful native Dungeness crab.

Sequim Area

Get in

By car

From Seattle's main airport, SeaTac (IATA: SEA), one can drive directly to Sequim in just over 2 hours (via I-5 S, WA-16 W, WA-3 N & WA-101). Washington State Ferries cut across the Puget Sound from Edmonds, or from downtown Seattle to Bainbridge Island. There are also ferry routes from Victoria (British Columbia) to nearby Port Angeles.

By air

Sequim Valley Airport] is located 3 miles west of town. Fairchild International Airport (IATA: CLM) is located in nearby Port Angeles.

By sea

John Wayne Marina is nestled on the west side of Sequim Bay.

Get around

See

Beautiful snow-capped Olympic Mountains

Do

Events

Buy

There are many small quaint shops in downtown Sequim. Lavender products are available at various lavender farm outlets.

Eat

Numerous places to dine or to just grab a bite to eat.

Sleep

Many locally owned motels are available in the area as well a few large chains.

Go next

Routes through Sequim

Port Angeles Carlsborg  W  S  Jct NE → Jct EHoodsport Olympia


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