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Find the perfect balance between urban and rural on California's Central Coast. Artist enclaves in Carmel and Big Sur, celebrity residents, world-class resorts, an emerging wine region and..
Monterey’s historic waterfront district, Cannery Row, was once the heart of a thriving sardine-packing industry, a time immortalized in John Steinbeck’s novel. There you can shop or..
Ride horseback on trails leading to dunes and beautiful beaches.
Whether you like to stretch out on a beach blanket and read some pulp fiction, or get up and play in the surf and sand, you..
Wander to waterfalls, vistas, and redwoods at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park.
With its 24m (80-foot) waterfall tumbling down the cliffs to meet the Pacific, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park..
Take a close look at sea otters, sharks, and thousands of other sea creatures.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium is one of those destinations that charms everyone who walks through its great glass..
Get a close-up look at two-ton seals at a coastal preserve.
With an enormous body and a giant proboscis-like snout, even one bull elephant seal would be enough to catch your eye. Now..
Take a dip in easy-to-reach naturally heated waters.
The catch with hot springs is they aren't always easy to get to. There are plenty of burbling waters that seem like a fantastic..
Tour peaceful gardens and learn about California's Spanish missionary past.
Visit the Carmel Mission to steep yourself in California history. Founded in 1770, Mission San Carlos Borromeo..
Picturesque Carmel-by-the-Sea beckons with charming shops, cafes, art galleries, and a breathtaking beach.
It's no wonder that Carmel ranks as one of the most romantic destinations along..
Let the kids try hands-on exhibits and new ways to learn and play along Cannery Row.
Located on Monterey's famed Cannery Row, My Museum is the type of place kids might dream up themselves..
Great golf and ocean views at one of the prettiest courses in the world.
Pebble Beach is home to some of the greenest courses in the world--literally and figuratively. Widely recognized as..
Explore caves, look for condors, and rockclimb east of Salinas.
Pinnacles National Monument , a starkly beautiful preserve inland from Salinas, is a cornucopia of natural wonder, from..
Learn about shipwrecks, storms, and more on guided tours year-round.
From 1889 until 1974, families lived and worked in the lighthouse buildings atop Point Sur , 19 miles south of Carmel..
If you like cobblestone, bubbling fountains, towering palms, cascading bougainvillea, historic buildings, and fresh sea breezes, you will love downtown Santa Barbara. This lush..
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