It is a beautiful drive. Though called 17 miles drive, the actual track along the coast is not 17 miles long. Some popular spots could be difficult to find parking, but it is all worth it.
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I was not overly impressed by the views on this drive, especially considering there is a cost to drive this road. I knew there would be great coastal views, and there were, but the views at Point Lobos State Park, just south of Carmel are...More
Spent a great day on the drive, super ocean views and much more. Visited Spy Glass Hill for a great lunch and ha d drink at a drink at Pebble beach looking over the famous 18th hole.
When you are driving around the Pacific coast in California you can never be sure about what lies around the corner.The breathtaking views leave you stunned and wide eyed and just when you think you have seen it all something new is waiting at the...More
Best to go before sunset, to see the color change of the magic hours (but need attention and extra time to leave after dark). Beach walking is good, enjoy the charming views and relaxing sounds of ocean waves. The lone cypress is very special. Some...More
The seventeen mile drive offers great views with several look out points and beach stops. A little cheesed off with the fee in order to drive here but I suppose it is needed in order to limit the crowds.
The fee of $10.25 is well worth the money. The views of the coast and the golf course are wonderful. The speed is not too fast so that the driver can actually see some.
The views are fabulous depending on the fog. Cypress point and the lone Cypress are must stops along with watching the surfers near Spy Glass. If you go mid afternoon from south to north, stop at the grill at Spanish Bay to catch the bagpipes....More
Starts In Carmel and heads towards Monterey along the coastline and features many stops at picturesque places for the photo nerds. The cost of entry can be redeemed at any of the four golf clubs in this area as long as you spend over around...More