Central California's crown jewel, Monterey has everything your group is looking for in a destination: scenery, atmosphere, attractions, and spontaneity. To get a feel for the various attractions available in Monterey, explore the articles below and consider a trip to Monterey!
Stretching 90 miles along the Pacific Coast Highway, Big Sur is as scenic as it gets.
A historic waterfront section that is now a premier entertainment and dining district.
A quaint and refreshing village with fairytale cottages and seaside vistas.
Cathedral of San Carlos Borromeo
The oldest continuously operated parish, as well as the oldest stone building, in California.
The building where the state of California was born.
A tourist attraction bringing in thousands of visitors a year for dining and entertainment.
Fort Ord Dunes State Park
Hiking and biking trails, a beautiful boardwalk, and military-inspired educational exhibits.
A historic castle with Hollywood roots on the Big Sur coast.
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park
Rated as one of the most beautiful parks in the world.
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Ranked as one of the best aquariums in the country, this aquarium is a must-see!
Monterey Old Town Historic District
See such sites as the first theatre in California, the Monterey Customs House, and more.
Monterey State Beach
Here nature exploration and intense relaxation are one and the same.
Museum of Monterey
This museum explores the rich history of Monterey and its strong connection to the Pacific Ocean.
Natural Bridges State Beach and Monarch Grove
An incredible butterfly migration point and beautiful beach.
Pacific Coast Highway
The perfect way to see Central California!
Pinnacles National Park
Over 26,000 acres of rock formations created by an ancient extinct volcano.
Point Lobos State Natural Reserve
A protected marine reserve and naturally stunning coast.
Presidio of Monterey
A Spanish fort and the last remaining California presidio to maintain a military installation.