Monterey Bay Region Travel Guide
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- 94%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 92%Business Travelers
- 85%Adventure Travelers
- 84%Green Travelers
- 83%Art & Design Lovers
- 83%Local Culture
Member Reviews (18)
- Monterey Bay RegionJul 05, 2012
There's a lot to do around Monterey Bay. You can fly into SFO or SJC and go over to Santa Cruz through the mountains. There are wineries off Summit Road which are a great way to get away from the traffic on hwy 17. Then drive down Hwy 1 to Carmel to do the 17 Mile Drive with spectacular views of the bay at every turn (literally). Finally check out Monterey and all the shops along Cannery Row. I especially love the view from Wines of Monterey.
- Monterey Bay RegionJul 04, 2012
Always a cool, sea-salt and coast mist feeling to the Monterey Peninsula. All the towns on the peninsula have their own character, and each generally reaches back to a long heritage. Read reviews of individual towns in the peninsula - you can't go wrong in this Monterey Pine-forested gorgeous part of CA.
- Monterey Bay RegionJul 03, 2012
There is just so much to do, eat, drink, see and experience in the Monteray Peninsula if you take the time to explore and talk to people who call this place home. Among my favorite things to do here is the 17-mile drive along the coast that goes to Pebble Beach. It is one of the most stunning drives/bike rides/walking tours on the planet and the sunsets that can be had from beneath the copse of redwood trees and across the deep blue water and jutting rock formations are one of a kind.
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