You don’t have to be a professional photographer to capture the beautiful scenery that the Central Coast has to offer. From the cliffs of Montaña De Oro to the rolling hills of the Cuesta Ridge Botanical Area, it’s hard to beat our views.
This September, Martin Resorts will be opening a new luxury hotel in the heart of downtown Paso Robles: The Piccolo. Rooted in the rich history of sister property, the historic Paso Robles Inn, and a celebration of the Paso Robles community, every aspect of The Piccolo has been carefully chosen to reflect the authenticity, originality, and attitude that makes Paso Robles such a treasured destination, from the locally crafted art and furnishings to the important role of Director of Hospitality. It is with great excitement that we introduce and welcome The Piccolo’s Director of Hospitality, long time local Martin Beckett, to the…
Festival season is upon us! The Central Coast is teeming with excitement about upcoming events sharing live music, fresh food, and delicious local drinks. But if you can’t go to all the best Central Coast festivals, then which one should you choose?
The natural beauty of the central coast is hard to miss; cliff-lined beaches, beautiful mountains, rolling vineyards, and that barely scratches the surface. While hiking is a favorite pastime here on the Central Coast, there are times when it’s best to leave the hiking boots at home, throw on your favorite walking shoes, and just go for a stroll!
It looks like we may have emerged from the cold and wet weather that has plagued the Central Coast for the last couple of months. That means sunny skies and warmer weather are in the forecast! With even warmer temperatures on the way, it’s time to check out the new wave of shops filling many previously empty storefronts—artisan ice cream.
Spring break is right around the corner, and while that Alaskan cruise may be out of the budget, that doesn’t mean you and your family should nix vacation all together. There a plenty of ways to take a break without breaking the bank this Spring on California’s Central Coast.