Monterey Bay is breathtaking. The state has done an amazing job of preserving the area for the wildlife and their natural habitats. The beaches were vey clean and accessible.
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It is one of the most beautiful beaches of California offering a lot of activities to tourists with a classical touch of ancient heritage. 17 Mile drive within a driving distance is an added advantage.
We moved to Monterey from the east Coast in 2001. In the time since, we have been constantly exploring the Monterey Bay coast from Santa Cruz to Point Lobos and down to Big Sur. If you want to experience one of the worlds greatest shoreline...More
Walkable in the downtown or by cannery row. Lots of sea life with pretty streets and vistas. Walk to the beach or to the pier.
Be sure to visit the Bay if you are near here! There is a walking-path for people and dogs, and a biking path next to it. You can spend a couple of happy hours, walking along the beach or on the trails, reading the informational...More
All up and down Monterey, well, the California coast really, is some very rugged, unspoiled and beautiful vistas of where the land meets the Pacific.
Scaled down version of old San Francisco. One of the best aquqriq in the world. Skip the restaurants on the Warfs. Most of them are over priced mediocre restaurants.
Monterey is a lovey little town with some great places to visit. We like wildlife so we walked through the town looking for Anya's Hummingbirds in the town parks and all kinds of sea mammals in the bay. There was a lot of choices of...More