One of the most scenic drives anywhere in the world, this stretch of highway runs between Pacific Grove and Carmel. You will ... More
One of the most scenic drives anywhere in the world, this stretch of highway runs between Pacific Grove and Carmel. You will see incredible beaches, six golf courses and more mansions than you can count. You will drive by several epicurean restaurants, all of which will refund the USD8 toll fee that you pay to drive this road. Pedestrians and cyclists can enter for free. The road snakes its way like a serpent, along the California coast and then through the Del Monte Forest. This drive is an absolute must for anyone visiting the Monterey Peninsula. Bring lots of film. See website for visitor details.
A stay at this romantic and whimsical inn definitely evokes feelings of a different time with architecture steeped in the
'30's and classic, elegant decor while keeping the vibe fresh and modern with essential modern amenities. The Colonial Terrace's ...
This inn, partly owned by Carmel resident and luminary Doris Day, is a local landmark. Its famous Mediterranean exterior and
roof of red tile has landed it in many guidebooks. Inside, you'll find bright skylights, a spacious lobby, a ...
Including the work of Sigurd Rakel, Joan Miro, Bruno Bruni, Hartmut Rueger and many others, this exhilarating gallery features an
extensive and lively collection of European contemporary art. Most of the collection consists of oils, acrylics, pastels and watercolors, ...