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From the sea views & the beautiful area we loved the drive. The amount of places to pull off and walk, take pictures & have a picnic we’re a wonderful treat. If you are in the area, it is worth the stop for sure.
Although the coast is beautiful attempts to stop and take pictures at the various designated area involves other tourists ignoring the fence barriers and climbing out onto the rocks ruining photo opportunities for others.
The loan Cyprus has a neighbor so stopping at the designated...More
If you are in the Monterey/Carmel area then you simply must do this drive if you can. Breath-taking scenery, bracing sea breezes mixed with the Californian sun, and the opportunity to visit some amazing, world renowned golf courses including the beautiful Pebble Beach Links. When...More
We enjoyed about 10 of the 17 miles. Went in at the Park Grove entrance and had to wait in line about 10 minutes to pay the $10 fee. Enjoyed stopping at several of the major stops along the route including Seal Rock, Bird Rock,...More
This is an excellent activity if you want to enjoy nature and still be in the car, for example, for families with small children and senior members. But, it is very windy. Bring extra layers and bring food. There are only two spots where you...More
Response from davidjackie1957 | Reviewed this property |
Basically there are only (I think) 2 places to start, because they are manned by a security/payment checkpoint - Pacific Grove or Carmel. There are signs on the main highway directing you to it and once you’re on 17 mile... More
Basically there are only (I think) 2 places to start, because they are manned by a security/payment checkpoint - Pacific Grove or Carmel. There are signs on the main highway directing you to it and once you’re on 17 mile drive there are signs throughout and visible markers telling you which way to go and what the major points of interest are. Once you’re on the drive there’s only really one direction you can travel in which will naturally lead you to the exit/entry point. Hope this helps.