Travel to the West coast of United States

Day 2 Santa Bárbara - Monterey (375 Km.)

the West coast of United States


 

Santa Bárbara: Located between the mountains and the sea, the city of Santa Barbara prides itself on being one of the most attractive cities in California. This place retains much of its Spanish architectural character for the use of red roofs and adobe buildings of white shade. Among his visits highlight the Presidio and Mission, the most spectacular of all. On this coast born missions, leading to different villages.

Santa Barbara - Mission
Santa Bárbara - Mission

(in 180 Km.) San Luís Obispo: Further north in San Luis Obispo, enjoy your historic mission and its squares. Other points of interest are Santa María and Solvan, beautiful village of Danish style.


San Luís Obispo - Mission

(in 20 Km.) Morro Bay: It is worth a stop in Morro Bay, a fishing village and a land marked by Spanish explorers.

Morro Bay
Morro Bay

(in 52 Km.) San Simeón: A halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles is the Historic Park Hearst / San Simeon. The publisher Hearst directed the construction of a castle that lasted nearly 30 years. The castle is open to the public today as a state park.

San Simeon - Hearst Castle
San Simeón - Hearst Castle
San Simeon - Hearst Castle
San Simeón - Hearst Castle

(in 92 Km.) Big Sur: Along the coastline can be seen endless varieties of birds and flocks of sea lions. The nature across the coast is constantly changing as we slide down the road 1, Big Sur, proving to be a fascinating scenic route.

(in 51 Km.) Monterey.


 

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the West coast of United States