Of all the world's great coastlines, none can compare to California's - for its truly unique combination of beauty, variety, and accessibility and the extraordinary range of ways to enjoy the landscape. These are only a few of the reasons that California's Central Coast is known as the home of The Original Road Trip.
Where is California's Central Coast?
Boasting 350 miles of the world's most gorgeous coastline, California's Central Coast stretches from Ventura County just north of Los Angeles to Santa Clara County south of San Francisco. Visit here and you'll find that the Central Coast's four regions offer everything you desire from a California vacation - unspoiled coastline, rolling vineyards and golden hills. The regions of Ventura, Santa Barbara, San luis Obispo, and Monterey Bay encompass everything you expect from the California coast, with miles of rocky shoreline, dreamy beaches and panoramic views of the Pacific.
What to See and Do
Each of the four regions has busy and thriving wine industries and gorgeous towns notable for their classic architecture, history, and contemporary dining and shopping scenes. Anyone who loves the outdoors will find plenty of things to do on the Central Coast including surfing, kayaking, biking, and fishing. For that matter, the Central Coast's food scene is as diverse as its outdoor recreation, with fresh seafood restaurants in harbor towns and sophisticated bistros.
So if you're looking for the real California - unspoiled coastline, rolling vineyards, and golden hills - then the Central Coast is the place for you.
For more information:
Central Coast Tourism Council
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