Feb 19

Lovers Point Park Monterey is one of the most popular and beautiful coastline destinations on the Monterey Peninsula. The park offer visitors a beach, sand volleyball court, pretty vistas of the ocean, rock formations, coastal flowers, many statuettes, kids playing area and a rocky outcrop for climbing around.

The ocean park offers many activities such as swimming, kayaking, surfing, and wild life watching right from the shore and also features a 10-mile Monterey Bay Coastal Trail, a dedicated paved path for hikers and cyclists from Pacific Grove to Marina along with the southern side of Monterey Bay.

Lovers Point Park Monterey is a must see place for visitors to the Monterey Peninsula and a great wedding venue. Stay at the Monterey Stage Coach Lodge hotel, and get rooms at very affordable rates. For more details visit: http://www.montereystagecoachlodge.com/

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Feb 12

Pfeiffer Beach Big Sur is a beautiful, well preserved beach that is popular with locals, somewhat anonymous among tourists, but well worth a visit. The beach offers beautiful offshore views holding rocks, sea stacks and some nice surfing waves. The specialty of this beach is curious purple sand, from manganese garnet particles rinsing down the hillside creeks. As you go further north on the beach, the sand seems to get extra purple. The West side grips some beautiful and spectacular sunset photographs and covered with offshore rocks.

Hours 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM 7 days a week
Entrance Fee: $5.00

Pfeiffer Beach Big Sur is a family-friendly beach with lots of sand for kids to play and one of the prettiest beaches along the coast. Stay at the Monterey Stage Coach Lodge hotel when you bring your family to experience Pfeiffer Beach, only a few miles away from our Monterey hotel. For more details visit: http://www.montereystagecoachlodge.com/

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Feb 05

Bixby Creek Bridge Monterey is one of the largest single-arch concrete bridge in the world. Situated 13 miles south of Carmel in Monterey County, it is 714 feet long with a main arch span of 320 feet, and is 285 feet high above Bixby Creek, hence the name Bixby Creek Bridge.

The Bixby Creek Bridge Monterey which was built in 1932, was built to connect the unconnected to the rest of California. This historical bridge is a popular subject for photographers and sightseeing. The arches are almost 9 feet thick and are 5 feet wide. It is one the most-photographed manmade structures on the West Coast.

This is a really gorgeous scenic drive and a must see destination in Monterey County.  Stay at the Monterey Stage Coach Lodge hotel, and get rooms at very affordable rates. For more details visit: http://www.montereystagecoachlodge.com/

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