Life Along the Central Coast

Every morning before work and school locals surf their favorite spots like Pico Creek.

The Captivating Pull of the Sea in Cambria
Cambria celebrates visitors (and locals) with their own unique sense of style.

If you’re looking for a fun, unique, vacation or are planning to add Cambria to your Central Coast bucket list of best places to live, here’s a quick snapshot.

Cambria — where the pines meet the sea.

Cambria Architecture
  • Antique and Art Shops,
  • Boutique Restaurants.
  • Farmers Market.
  • Beautiful Vistas.
  • Beach-front Boardwalks.
Stroll Along the Boardwalk

What’s like living in such a beautiful place?

Every morning before work and school locals surf their favorite spots like Pico Creek.

Before Work or Schools

Cambria celebrates visitors (and locals) with their own unique sense of style.

How?

  • With specialty gift shops.
  • With apparel shops
  • With one-of-a-kind stores offering uniques treasures to suit your lifestyle.

Chain stores?

Nope.

Only an eclectic array of stores to stimulate your tastes.

Leisurely Stroll

You never know what you might discover when you explore the town.

That’s not all.

Live music at a dozen venues attracts a variety of artists playing rock, pop, funk, folk, and jazz.

But, that’s still not all.

There’s the Pacific Coast Wine Trail stretching 28 miles along the coast between Morro Bay and San Simeon (home of Hearst Castle), just north of Cambria on Highway 1.

What will you find?

Cayucos Cellars in well, Cayucus to Hearst Ranch Winery in San Simeon.

Traveling from Paso Robles?

Highway 46 West from 101 connects you to Highway 1 and Cambria and Hearst Castle.

From San Luis Obispo?

Travel north Highway 1.

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