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  • 1

    17-Mile Drive

    62 reviews

    Just the most beautiful moving ride you can take in Pebble Beach! So many beautiful places to stop and take pictures, walk around, enjoy the fresh salt air and the beautiful views!

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesBudget
  • 2

    Point Lobos State Natural Reserve

    44 reviews

    Walk along the ocean from the Carmel River Beach to a portion of Highway 1 and Point Lobos or drive and be there in just minutes. Great wild life and plant life to view. Great place for a picnic in designated areas.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesAdventure
  • 3

    Carmel Beach

    40 reviews

    This is one of the MOST beautiful beaches in the world: sugar white sand and cobalt blue ocean (and it's dog friendly!) An absolute must-see when in Carmel.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorLuxury
  • 4

    Carmel River State Beach

    16 reviews

    favorite place in cali

    Popular withOutdoorLocalAdventure
  • 5

    Carmel Mission

    12 reviews

    Beautiful view and surroundings. One of the nicer missions I've been to.

    Popular withHistoryDesignSpiritual
  • 6

    Carmel Walks

    10 reviews

    Toy town,CUTE.You will like this place.

    Popular withDesignLocalFoodies
  • 7

    Garrapata State Park

    10 reviews

    You can take the 1.5 mile hike to see a round of cactus, streams, and redwood trees.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesAdventure
  • 8

    Carmel Beach City Park

    8 reviews

    Carmel Beach City Park is great place 2 go i was there 15 years ago it was great :)

    Popular withOutdoorFamilies
  • 9

    Refuge

    7 reviews

    Truly a refuge in an amazing setting among the green highlands - you can book your massage online; after your massage enjoy the tranquil steam rooms and saunas and outdoor plunge pools for a reinvigorating experience

    Popular withWellnessLuxurySpiritual
  • 10

    Rocky Ridge & Soberanes Canyon Trails

    3 reviews

    Absolutely amazing hike. Takes you up the mountain with breathtaking views of the coast south of Carmel. We saw tons of whales while we were hiking, and were fortunate enough to see a California condor hanging out on a rock perch just off the trail. It's pretty steep on the way up - so wear good shoes. The trailhead is ...

    Popular withOutdoorGreenAdventure
  • 11

    Carmel Valley Ranch

    3 reviews

    great place

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 12

    Carmel Art & Film Festival

    3 reviews

    Clint Eastwood's annual art & film festival in Carmel is a low-key event every year, with lots of feature length and short films showing. We went to a screening of 5 shorts, which also featured a post-screening Q&A with some of the filmmakers in attendance. It was a great event, in a small environment and made for a great screening ...

  • 13

    The Cheese Shop

    2 reviews

    Amazing!

    Popular withFoodies
  • 14

    Carmel Valley Ranch

    2 reviews

    Golf, just a hop, step and a jump away.

    Popular withTrendstersLuxuryFamilies
  • 15

    Château Julien Wine Estate

    2 reviews

    The wines are delightful, and the chateau and its terrace are spectacular,

    Popular withLuxury
  • 16

    Carmel Highlands General Store

    2 reviews

    Very Unique shopping. Fresh & organic food along with some regular food as we know it. Awesome gift department.

  • 17

    Garrapata State Beach

    1 review

    This is my favorite beach in the Monterey Peninsula and Big Sur areas. It's perfect.

    Popular withOutdoorGreen
  • 18

    Monastary Beach

    1 review

    This is not a normal beach. This beach is primarily for SCUBA diving. I say this not to imply that the divers are possessive of it, but as a warning that it is a very unsafe beach for casual passersby to stop and try to swim in. The beautiful large grain sand beach is visible from highway 1, and tired ...

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 19

    Hanson Gallery Carmel

    1 review

    They prominently feature my favorite artist, MacKenzie Thorpe. Just try to look at his work without smiling.

  • 20

    Forest Theater

    1 review

    The Forest Theater in Carmel is a cultural and community icon for about 100 years. This theater is an outdoor amphitheater that puts on live stage plays. The theater sits amongst tall Monterey pines, with the moon and stars as a canopy, with the amphitheater seats facing a fairly large stage. It is a rustic, woodsy setting, with two firepits ...

    Popular withFamilies
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