Pacific Coast Highway
It's easy to get lost in the California beauty that is the Pacific Coast Highway. Never have you encountered such an exotically brilliant stretch of highway, running from Southern California to the Northern region through the variety of scenery found nowhere else on earth.
Otherwise known as California State Route 1, the Pacific Coast Highway is a designated All-American Road for its spectacular collection of attractions and mind-blowing vistas cut from rock and sea. Every curve and turn of the highway remains within easy reach of the cerulean Pacific waves and protected coves dotted with native wildlife including California sea lions, harbor seals, and sea otters. Big Sur, a particularly beautiful region marked by the Santa Lucia Mountains rising ambitiously from the ocean swells below, stretching 90 miles and including the highest coastal peak in the Lower 48. Monterey, Carmel-by-the-Sea, and the state parks of Point Lobos and Julia Pfeiffer Burns are also highly popular and wonderfully beautiful stops along the highway, making it one of the most enjoyable road trip destinations in the world. This is nothing to mention the two gems of the PCH, Los Angeles and San Francisco, which are at a fortuitous distance for a day-long road trip beginning and/or ending at one or the other metropolis.
The Pacific Coast Highway is the perfect opportunity to see California and all of her glory, from the arid deserts in the south to the redwood forests in the north and all points in between. Seafood shacks on the beach, quaint fairy tale cottages, the most beautiful waterfalls in the country, and more await your curious group along the Pacific Coast Highway!