California’s central coast is a hidden gem, situated perfectly between the big city meccas of Los Angeles (to the south) and San Francisco (to the north). Full of small-town charm, the central coast is home to some of the state’s most beautiful beaches, most highly sought-after wine, unique coastal towns—and plenty of reasons to be grateful this Thanksgiving season.
October is the time for all things pumpkin! With a pumpkin patch in nearly every city and town within the county lines, California’s Central Coast is a pumpkin-lover’s paradise. Check out our guide to the best pumpkin patches around for a day of family fun!
The calendar is full of made-up holidays like National Relaxation Day, National Lighthouse Day, National Ice Cream Day… the list goes on and on. While we usually have a chuckle about these “holidays” and then move on with business as usual, there are a few that we can’t resist celebrating—National Tequila Day is one of those.
Expedia. Trivago. Booking.com. Travelocity. TripAdvisor. Kayak. The list of online travel agencies fighting for your hard earned cash goes on and on. You could spend hours online searching for online travel agencies with the best hotel rates—or, you could book direct and instantly get the best rate guaranteed, in addition to many other perks.
It’s one of those long summer nights, and you’re sipping on your favorite wine while soaking in the vibrancy of another colorful Central Coast sunset. What could be better? This dream could be reality this summer with a visit to the Central Coast, a region with no shortage of fantastic sunset views – and of course, local high-quality wine galore.
When planning a vacation to a destination you’ve never visited before, it can be hard to visualize exactly what your trip will look like. To avoid spending your entire trip getting lost in the car, it’s best to plan with these questions in mind: How close is your hotel to beach access? Where is the nearest grocery store? What’s the best nearby dining?