Bixby Creek Bridge
An engineering marvel, the Bixby Creek Bridge was completed in 1932. It's one of the tallest single-span concrete bridges in the world and offers breathtaking views of the Pacific coastline.
Big Sur Coastline
Big Sur's rugged terrain and untouched beauty make it a must-see. The area's high cliffs and misty coastline are home to the rare California Condor, a sight not to be missed.
Hearst Castle Grandeur
This opulent mansion built by William Randolph Hearst is a blend of European architecture and Californian extravagance. It houses an impressive collection of art and antiques, surrounded by lush gardens.
A town of storybook cottages and art galleries, Carmel-by-the-Sea has no street lights or house numbers. Its white sand beach and historic mission are hidden gems.
Santa Cruz Boardwalk
The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, in continuous operation since 1907, offers classic seaside entertainment. Its historic Giant Dipper wooden roller coaster is a National Historic Landmark.
Mysterious McWay Falls
McWay Falls, an 80-foot waterfall within Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, plunges directly into the ocean. Accessible via a short trail, it's one of only two tidefalls in California.
The coastal redwoods in Muir Woods National Monument are some of the tallest trees on Earth. Walking among these centuries-old giants offers a unique, serene experience unlike any other.