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Monterey And Carmel-by-the-Sea Day Private Tour from San Francisco
"Escape the big city for a trip along the beautiful Monterey Peninsula via the Pacific Coast Highway. Enjoy stunning seascape views the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium and Steinbeck's Cannery Row as you cruise the famous 17-Mile Drive heading to the coastal town of Carmel-by-the-Sea.Stop at historic Cannery Row—John Steinbeck’s novel of the same name takes place on this street during the Great Depression—for a 000 strange and colorful underwater creatures from playful sea otters and turtles to powerful sharks and the rare and massive ocean sunfish.Cruise along the scenic and celebrated 17-Mile Drive home to the world-renowned Pebble Beach Golf Course. Admire the Lone Cypress—this postcard-worthy tree stands on a rugged granite outpost amid the waves—and scope out the area’s magnificent mansions with their sweeping coastal views. Stop along the way t head to enchanting Carmel-by-the-Sea
From $1,100.00
 
Monterey & Carmel Explorer Tour
"The Monterey & Carmel Explorer Tour will take you along California's Pacific Coast on your way to historic Monterey & picturesque Carmel-by-the-Sea along with a drive through Pacific Grove in between. Monterey Bay has great geologic and b which borders 276 miles of California’s spectacular coastline. Monterey Bay was the site of the first Europeans to visit the land that became California. Several waves of industrial scale whaling and fishing exploited the bounty of the huge undersea tren California Highway 1 (fog permitting). After an optional stop in Santa Cruz a rest break and optional photo stops along the way you will set foot on Monterey’s famous Cannery Row for a chance to stroll among the shops and grab a fresh seafood lunch. If you bring your own lunch you might be able to squeeze in a short trip to the world famous Monterey Aquarium (admission not included). After lunch
From $140.00
 
Monterey & Carmel Explorer Tour
"The Monterey & Carmel Explorer Tour will take you along California's Pacific Coast on your way to historic Monterey & picturesque Carmel-by-the-Sea along with a drive through Pacific Grove in between. Monterey Bay has great geologic and b which borders 276 miles of California’s spectacular coastline. Monterey Bay was the site of the first Europeans to visit the land that became California. Several waves of industrial scale whaling and fishing exploited the bounty of the huge undersea tren California Highway 1 (fog permitting). After an optional stop in Santa Cruz a rest break and optional photo stops along the way you will set foot on Monterey’s famous Cannery Row for a chance to stroll among the shops and grab a fresh seafood lunch. If you bring your own lunch you might be able to squeeze in a short trip to the world famous Monterey Aquarium (admission not included). After lunch
From $140.00

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Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Gift Shop

There are two rooms filled with all sorts of wonderful pieces of religous gifts such as Crucifixes, Rosaries, Statues, Plaques, Della Robbia, Fonts & Rosary Holders, Keepsake Boxes. The ladies and...
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Louis Vuitton

Carmel By The Sea Is really a Luxe town! where else can you see a Louis Vuitton Store in a seemingly small hamlet if the area is not that famous or expensive! Louis Vuitton, the Most Copied Brand (and...
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Carmel Plaza

Carmel By The Sea has three strip malls located in the township and this strip mall called Carmel Plaza is the most luxe of them all. It is located at the Ocean Avenue and Mission St at the Downtown...
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MATERIAL GOODS

The shops in Carmel-by-the-Sea are all gingerbread styles and Victorian fantasy. That's what makes shopping up and down Ocean Ave so much more enjoyable, especially for the non-shopper like me. My...
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Inago

With no less then three stores around town, it's pretty clear that Inago is the boutique of the moment for Carmelites and it deserves the title. There was almost nothing in the two stores I went in...
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Ritzy Ragz & Thingz

Well, in a town full of great consignment shops this one really, really stands out. With a great range of brands from Theory to really seriously high-end stuff like YSL, this is THE place to go if...
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Mon Amie

I can't even say how impressed I was with this consignment store. I realize it's a wealthy area, but still, to me what makes a consignment store great is how discerning or not discerning the "buyer"...
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Trouve

You know how sometimes you'll walk into a home furnishings store and think to yourself that you'd love your house to look like the store? Well, that's Trouve. A really lovely combination of antiques...
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Carmel Drug Store

I know it seems odd to include a drug store, but this one is 100 years old and very charming, not to mention just about the only place in town that's open late if you need something. They carry...
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The Soiled Dove Bath House

As repulsive as the name of this store is, the store is fantastic. If you love bath salts, soaps, sachets, creams, lotions, bubble bath, this is the place for you. The proprietress is a lovely,...
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Knitting by the Sea

If you go here for no other reason than the sign in the window explaining why the owner might be a little late opening the shop every day it's worth it.*It's a warm, inviting place that has a...
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Jan de Luz

With the exception of an over-zealous staff and the truly overwhelming noise level of the giant embroidery machine, this is a fabulous place. Essentially what they do is take any linen, towel, sheet,...
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Jane Austen at Home

Anyone who is a fan of Jane Austen needs to make a point of paying a visit to this store. The woman who runs it is as serious about choosing the perfect objects as Austen was about choosing the right...
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Classy Shopping

You will not see rails and rails of T-shirts as you walk along the paved streets of Carmel. The only ones I spotted were as part of arty window displays, no price tickets shown - if you have to ask...
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Top Hotels in Carmel-by-the-Sea

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Lincoln Street & 7th Avenue, Carmel, California, 93921, United States
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120 Highlands Drive, Carmel, California, 93923, United States
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8205 Valley Greens Drive, Carmel, California, 93293, United States
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Camino Real At 8th Avenue, Carmel, California, 93921, United States
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Ocean Ave. & Torres Street, Carmel, California, 93921, United States
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26600 Oliver Road, Highway 1 At Carmel River Bridge, Carmel, California, 93922, United States
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Top Things to Do in Carmel-by-the-Sea

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Downtown Carmel

This lovely park sits in the middle of town. We were exploring decided to explore the park too. Lots of wonderful bench and niches to sit on. Plus, some wonderful veterans markers located in different...
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Pebble Beach

the 17 mile drive is one of the most wonderful attractions in Monterey County. This is a private enclave straddling the Pacific Grove, Monterey and Carmel Towns and is where the world famous pebble...
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17 Mile Drive

the 17 mile drive is one of the most wonderful attractions in Monterey County. This is a private enclave straddling the Pacific Grove, Monterey and Carmel Towns and is where the world famous pebble...
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Carmel Beach

Mora Chapel Gallery was constructed between 1921 and1924 over a portion of the original convento in order to house the life-size memorial cenotaph dedicated to the founding Padre Presidente of the...
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Point Lobos State Reserve Park

Tide pools are divided into four different intertidal zones: splash, high, mid, low. The splash zone is almost always exposed to air and is moistened by the highest waves, ocean spray and rain. The...
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Carmel Mission

This is where the Father of California Missions is buried at. Fr. Junipero Serra died in his room at Mission Carmel on August 28, 1784 at the age of 70 years. Toward the end of life he told his friend...
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"Quaint "Olde England" feeling in Carmel, CA"
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