Endless sand dunes, tailgate partys, bonfires, camping at the beach, swimming in the ocean! All of this is possible at Pismo Beach!
Can you imagine what a dream it was to literally sleep on the beach, watching the stars and listening to the waves from the biggest ocean in the world while making smores over the bonfire? Waking up the next morning, you can directly take off to explore the endless sand dunes right behind the actual beach. All of this is possible at Pismo Beach!
A wonderful, natural beach with a cute little town.
Half Moon Bay is a small town with 12.000 residents. The town is especially known for its annual Art&Pumpkin Festival and all the Pumpkin Patches and Christmas tree sales around.
In Downtown you can find many cafés. Perfect for a relaxed afternoon drinking tea. Around Half Moon Bay are man farms where you can buy local fruits and vegetables.
The small town with all those colorful houses.
Capitola is a great alternative for a day trip to Santa Cruz. Capitola is really close to the crowded tourist destination! The little town has a mediterranean touch with its tiny, colorful houses and the small local shops and the calm wharf!
Finally arrived at the famous waterfall!
In Big Sur I visited the Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and the McWay Falls.
To get to the oh so famous waterfall you have to pay really good attention because this place is not well-marked!