There is the famous "17-mile Drive" a private, scenic toll-road that travels from Carmel to Pacific Grove.
Close to State Street you can find the Presidio de Santa Barbara Park and see El Cuartel, the second-oldest surviving structure in California, built in 1788.
All of these marine conditions are critical to enjoying an epic day of surf in Cambria.
Established in 1770, the Mission features a museum, lovely courtyard gardens and a Moorish bell tower.
Humpbacks go where the food is and they feed on bait fish close to shore in summer.On Main Street you will find wonderful shops and cafes.You may see elephant seals in the surf along the beach or big swells hitting the rocks south of the light station.You can start with a stroll along the white sandy beach then head into town to see the many art galleries and interesting courtyards.Surfline is dedicated to giving you the best, most comprehensive and dependable Cambria surf reports in the business.

Along the coast, just latina meisje cam north of San Simeon is the scenic and majestic town of Big Sur.
Continuing up the coast along HWY 1 you will come to an area called the Monterey Peninsula.
About 30 minutes Northwest of San Luis Obispo is the town of Cambria.
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Life-size Blue Whale skeleton, a planetarium, an antique natural and a history art gallery Cannel Islands National Park Channel Islands National Park is home to a wide variety natural and cultural resources San Luis Obispo County Parks Hike, camp.Cannery Row in Monterey was established in the 1920's for its sardine industry.Also on State Street is the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.Enjoy this live streaming video from the light station.Close to Los Olivos is the quaint Danish Town of Solvang, or "Sunny Field" in Danish.Harbor Seal Colony in La Jolla (Western Alliance for Nature and EarthCam).

The camera looks at the main light station grounds, the coast looking north toward Big Sur, the coast looking south toward Cambria, and zooms in on Hearst Castle to the east.