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California Central Coast

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Aptos - Sunny Side of
Monterey Bay
Sea Otter Inn
Pet Friendly-Call First
Cambria
Sea Gypsy Motel
Pismo Beach
White Water Inn
Cambria
Capitola Venetian Hotel
Capitola
Pelican Cove Inn
Cambria
The Lodge
Pebble Beach
Inn at Spanish Bay
Pebble Beach
 
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Pismo Beach Hotels
Sea Gypsy Motel
Pismo Beach
Kon Tiki Inn
Pismo Beach
Sea Crest Resort
Pismo Beach
Sandcastle Inn
Pismo Beach
Dolphin Cove Lodge
Pismo Beach
SeaVenture Resort
Pismo Beach
Spyglass Inn
Pismo Beach
Shore Cliff Lodge
Pismo Beach
Shelter Cove Lodge
Pismo Beach
Tides Motel
Pismo Beach

Edgewater Inn
Pismo Beach
Lighthouse Suites
Pismo Beach
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Avila and Cayucos

 
Inn at Avila Beach
Avila Beach
San Luis Bay Inn
Avila
Lighthouse Suites
Avila Beach

Joe Momma's
Avila

Shoreline Inn
Cayucos
On the Beach B&B
Cayucos
  Cambria
 
White Water Inn
Cambria
Sea Otter Inn
Pet Friendly
Call First

Cambria

Pelican Cove Inn
Not Pet Friendly
Cambria
Blue Dolphin Inn
Cambria
Sand Pebbles Inn
Cambria
Moonstone Inn
(Closed 2009)
Cambria
Fireside Inn
Cambria
9 Iron Inn
Cambria
Captain's Cove
Cambria
Cypress Cove Inn
(Now the Pelican Cove Inn)
Cambria
Mariner's Inn
Cambria
Sea Otter Inn
Pet Friendly
Call First

Cambria
Windrush
(805) 927-8844
Cambria
San Simeon Pines
Cambria
Cavalier Resort
San Simeon
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Castle Inn by the Sea
Cambria
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The Lodge
Pebble Beach
Inn at Spanish Bay
Pebble Beach
Seven Gables
Pacific Grove
Borg's Motel
Pacific Grove


Lover's Point
Pacific Grove

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Monterey Beach Resort
Monterey
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Capitola

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Santa Cruz
Seascape Resort
Sand & Sea Inn
Santa Cruz
Landis Shores B&B
Half Moon Bay
The Beach House
Half Moon Bay

Inn at Maverick's
Half Moon Bay
Ritz Carlton
Half Moon Bay
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Cypress Inn
Half Moon Bay
Sea Breeze Motel
Pacifica
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Pacifica
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Trinidad Coast
Fort Bragg Gualala
 
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Trinidad
North Calif Coast

 
Beachcomber Motel
Fort Bragg
Pine Beach Inn
Fort Bragg
The Beach House Inn
Fort Bragg
Sea Rock Inn
Mendocino
Ocean Escape
(707) 875-2510
Bodega Bay
Breakers
Gualala
Mar Vista
Gualala
Sea Ranch Lodge
The Sea Ranch
Seacliff
Gualala
Serenisea
Gualala
Trinidad Bay B&B
Trinidad

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The California coastline is some of the most magnificent in the world. Driving up the coast you'll find a wide range of beaches. There's the broad and long beaches of Pismo Beach. Then there are tiny coves backed up by great cliffs and looking out onto the Pacific Ocean. Pismo Beach is a "50's" kind of beach town. Cayucos, because it's off the main highway, is still a relatively unknown jewel. At Avila you not only have a beach visited mostly by college kids, you have Pirates Cove, a secluded beach where you can be nude and probably not be hasseled. Cambria, though the town is not on the beach, many of the inns are. This is a mystical village worth at least several days of exploring. From here, going north, you find Hearst Castle. Then the incredible Big Sur coastline leading you to Carmel and Monterey. Circumvent Monterey Bay. There's Santa Cruz, on the sunny side of the bay. Next is a relatively undeveloped coastline where you'll see kite surfers on a windy day, which is most days. Then Pacifica and the beaches of San Francisco.

Cross the Golden Gate bridge and follow Hwy 1 north. The ocean here is wild. You'll pass through many small towns. Some you may have heard of, like Mendocino, and others like Gualala, that you've never read about. Past Mendocino, you leave the coast behind and link up with Hwy 101. Study your map here. You'll see that the coastline going north from this junction to Eureka is probably the most remote coastline in the entire United States.

You've driven through the Avenue of the Giants, tall, old Redwoods, and passed through Eureka and Arcata. For awhile you're inland from the coast till you come to Trinidad. When I went to Humboldt State University in the 60's I used to go to Trinidad to bodysurf, without a wet suit! And, there's still more California Coastline. You're not to Oregon yet. Most of the drive is through the Redwood forest with only occassional glimpses of the sea.

Crescent City is your last town before getting to the Oregon border.