Monterey Peninsula

Monterey Peninsula Activities

Things to Do



Asilomar Conference Grounds is a few miles away from Carmel-by-the-Sea and all it has to offer.


Pebble Beach 17-Mile Drive

Take a journey on one of the most scenic drives in the world. This famous scenic byway runs through Pacific Grove to Pebble Beach, from the wild Pacific coastline to the magnificent Del Monte Forest. These include The Lone Cypress (one of California‚Äôs best-known landmarks) Spanish Bay, Cypress Point Lookout and Carmel Bay.


Whale Watching

The Monterey Bay area is famous for it's marine wildlife. In addition to the whales that migrate seasonally through the area, such as humpbacks, blue whales and gray whales, many other whale species (Orca, Dolphins) are visible throughout the year.



Big Sur Coastline

Big Sur refers to a 90-mile stretch of a awesomely beautiful coastline (between Carmel and San Simeon)



Monterey Peninsula is home to nearly 20 world-class golf courses.

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