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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
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Carmel Small-Group Food and Wine Walking Tour
"Meet at the Sunset Cultural Center in Carmel to begin your 3-hour walking tour of this lovely coastal town an artist’s colony that is a foodie’s delight. With your small group learn about Carmel’s history and architecture as you follow your knowledgeable guide through hidden passageways and tiny plazas even many locals don’t know about. Covering just over a mile and interspersed with frequent tasting breaks this well-paced tour is suitable for adults of all fitness levels. Visit local eateries and food shops to meet the owners and enjoy some gourmet tastings. Places you may visit include Anton & Michel Casanova Restaurant Terry's Lounge in the Historic Cypress Inn La Bicyclette
From $79.00
 
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

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Traps and Sticks

Traps and Sticks are the two bars at Spanish Bay in Pebble Beach. I have never been to Sticks, but Traps is a fancy little bar with a big fireplace, historic photos on the walls, and expensive drinks....
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Sunset Bagpiper at Spanish Bay

Spanish Bay's Terrace Lounge is a great spot to catch a sunset over the Pacific Ocean. The Lounge has a comfortable inside area with huge plate glass windows, a fireplace, and some live music, along...
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2700 17-Mile Drive, , Pebble Beach, California 939
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1518 Cypress Drive, Pebble Beach, California, 93953, United States
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Things to Do Near Pebble Beach

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17 Mile Drive

Every previous visit I've made to Carmel has been a foggy one. On my last trip however, I finally timed it right. It was a GORGEOUS, sun-sun-sunny day - perfect for doing the 17-Mile Drive. If you're...
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Point Lobos State Reserve

The Reserve opens daily at 9 A.M. Visitors must leave the reserve by the closing time posted at the ranger station Summer closing time: Daylight Savings Time: begins Sunday, April 4, 2004. No...
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Fisherman's Wharf

This is located to the right of the Old Fisherman's Pier. The plaque reads: We dedicate this monument, The Fisherman, by Artist Jesse Corsaut, to those who made a living from the riches of the sea,...
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17 Mile Drive

17 mile drive is a gated drive around the ocean in the Pebble beach area. it costs about 10 dollars per car and although beautiful doesn't really contain anything ( other than the golf courses) that...
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Asilomar State Beach

Asilomar Beach is a quiet stretch of beach on Sunset Drive. This is a great scenic beach. There are many cliffs jutting out as well as little coves to explore. This is not a beach for partying action,...
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Maritime Museum

I noticed a show Trancendental Visions are the website. It turned out to be a Day of the Dead show. Then I realized that the show was a virtual show. Pretty cool! I thought this kind of stuff only...
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ATXtraveler

"Golfer's Paradise or Lonely Cypress?"
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atufft

"Pebble Beach is my favorite coastline in the world"
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Yaqui

"Pebble Beach~Rocky Cove"
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Ewingjr98

"Pebble Beach: Nice views and expensive meals"
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travelgourmet

"PEBBLE BEACH GOLFERS PARADISE"
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