Photography by Yuri Krasov
The Central Coast includes more than 300 miles of pristine coastline from Ventura County to Santa Cruz County and inland to southern San Benito and Santa Clara Counties. Indexed by geographic area, the guide focuses on one of the most popular regions of California which includes The Channel Islands, Monterey Bay Aquarium, National Steinbeck Center, Hearst Castle, scenic coast Highway 1, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, and award-winning wineries throughout the region. Motels, hotels, inns, spas, bed and breakfasts, or luxury resorts - all can be found on the Central Coast. Many of them are in breathtaking locations - pine forests, beaches, or on cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean; in the heart of historic districts, in the hills, or off the "beaten path. Central Coast restaurants serve locally grown produce and the fresh seafood harvested right from the Pacific. Award-winning wines from Central Coast vineyards are frequently found on the tables of area restaurants with unforgettable views, unique settings, or with their own special regional character. California Central Coast Visitors Guide is available online at www.CentralCoast-Tourism.com or free hard copy requests may be made via email to email@example.com. Please include your name and full mailing address.
New Free 2010 edition of the California Central Coast Visitors Guide
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