This post discusses the best things to do in Cayucos, California (Central Coast). This beach town offers an uncrowded, pet-friendly beach, surfing, kayaking, a historic pier, and plenty of restaurants.
The other day, I showed a coworker photos of my recent Central Coast trip.
After grabbing my phone and scrolling throughout the photos, she asked me in disbelief: “Is this California?”
“Yup, that is our state,” I replied.
“Oohhh, looks like a perfect place to take my kids,” she said before proceeding to ask me more details about the area.
I am not sure how to describe my emotions after that interchange of words. Giddy. Proud. Inspired. I feel good when people are surprised by the beauty of California. At the same time, it is a pleasure to spark the flame of adventure in others.
Bearing that in mind, I decided to put together all my knowledge about another treasure of our Central Coast. To be honest, I would like to keep this one a secret. Nevertheless, I feel like sharing today.
On San Luis Obispo County, 6 miles north of Morro Bay, lies Cayucos, a laid-back beach town inhabited by 3,000 residents (add to that tons of birds, otters, seals, and other cute creatures).
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Things to Do in Cayucos, California
Below, I tried to give you a good idea of the things to do in Cayucos. Keep in mind this is a small town. Some of my recommendations are a couple of miles away from the actual town. I will give you insight into what to do near Cayucos in the next section.
Downtown Cayucos: A Laid-Back Town
In Cayucos, Ocean Avenue is where you are going to find a lot of the action. This street is full of antique stores, restaurants selling scrumptious food and cozy hotels.
If you are into old-fashioned main streets, make sure to check historic places such as the Cayucos Tavern and Card Room.
Remember When and Remember When – Too are excellent options for those looking for antiques, garden fixtures, and home goods. Other stores sell jewelry, gifts, and souvenirs.
The Cayucos Mural Society supports the painting of quality murals on historical and environmental topics which characterize Cayucos, on walls dedicated by merchants and by private citizens, involving many artists, contributing to the enhancement of town, and increasing awareness of public art.
The town’s 9 murals can be toured using the guide found in here.
In California, we take our piers seriously. It is like beach towns are closer to our hearts when a pier is present.
Guess what? Cayucos has a 982 feet beauty waiting for you. As I mentioned, the original pier was built in 1872 and rebuilt in 1876 after a storm damaged the first structure.
If you are visiting the town, take a stroll along the pier and take in the views of the Pacific Ocean, the nearby bluffs, and the Santa Lucia Mountains. And, of course, Moro Rock is visible in the distance!
Fishing is permitted from the pier (free of charge, no license required).
Cayucos State Beach
Cayucos State Beach (or simply Cayucos Beach) long stretch of beach offers surfing, swimming, and tidepooling opportunities. The mild weather allows for enjoyment of this resource throughout the year. In reality, the weather doesn’t matter. People seem to jump into the water even in winter. A Polar Plunge is celebrated every January 1st
Walking away from the pier (north, towards Morro Bay) will take you to an area full of boulders. Those create ideal conditions for tide pools. Spend some time looking for colorful creatures such as anemones, sea stars, and crabs.
The beach has picnic tables, restrooms, and showers. Find more info here.
This is a dog friendly beach (dogs are allowed on a leash). At the nearby, Morro Bay Dog Beach or Toro Creek Beach, dogs are allowed to roam off leash.
Cayucos is a playground for those who enjoy surfing, kayaking, and paddleboarding.
No worries if you do not have your own equipment. Good Clean Fun offers surf lessons, kayak tours, and beach equipment rentals and a collection of comfortable casual quality clothing and footwear.
Cayucos Surf Co. offers wetsuits, boogie boards, and surfboards rentals. The sell apparel and boards (surf and skate) too.
Brown Butter Cookie Company
Now things are getting into the delicious realm!
Actually, I discovered Cayucos when I heard two kids, in Morro Bay, talking about their favorite brown butter sea salt cookies. They were describing in awesome detail the taste of the cookies. The day after that, while driving on CA-1, I saw a sign stating “Welcome to Cayucos, Home of the Brown Butter Cookie Company.” I told my husband, “Take that exit right now!”
The Brown Butter Cookie Company is a local, small business started by two sisters. All the products offered are made in town.
The delightful creations can be compared to shortbread cookies but with a rich and nuttier flavor because of the brown butter (butter is browned in the stove-top before using it in the batter) used in the preparation. A pinch of thick sea salt is added to the mixture to create a unique sweet and salty contrast.
I will not leave town without stopping by to try flavors such as cocoa, espresso, almond, citrus, cinnamon and original. They have seasonal flavors too.
Seems like I cannot stop talking about food but that is an impossible thing to do when you are surrounded by so much goodness.
During my most recent trip, I had an epiphany when I bite into the smoked fish tacos from Ruddell’s. An explosion of flavors took me by surprise.
This shack specializes in one thing: smoking. And, let me tell you something. In life, if you can make one thing well, you made me it.
This shack smokes albacore, ahi, salmon, shrimp, pork loin, and chicken. They serve the proteins in tacos, sandwiches or salads. Their simple but flavorful approach has gained them raving fans.
I cannot recommend this place enough. I dream about those tacos!
Estero Bluffs State Park
If you like to hike, Estero Bluffs Park is for you!
This park protects coastal salt marsh, freshwater marsh, coastal foredune, coastal and riparian scrub and grassland. In addition, it offers incredible views of sea stacks, cliffs, and coves. When the tides are low, it is possible to go down to the sand.
The flat terrain allows for easy walking. You can climb a hill (easy to do too) to have a bird’s eye view of the area. Keeps eyes peeled for hawks and golden eagles (I saw them on trees).
Note: This park is located about 3 miles north of Cayucos.
Harmony Headlands State Park
This is another State Park protecting a stunning piece of coastline, prairie grasses and meadows. In addition, it has an interesting history involving Chumash people, cattle ranching, and seaweed harvesting. The area was slated to be developed into houses overlooking the ocean. In 2003, several agencies and non-profits funded a $17 million purchase to protect the land in perpetuity.
Take into consideration the walk from the parking lot to the water is one and a half mile long. That first portion of the walk does not offer a lot in term of views. Once the water is in view, the trail goes longer along bluffs. So, you may end up walking 4 to 5 miles from here. Take precautions and come prepared!
Note: This park is located about 6 miles north of Cayucos.
Captain Cass, born in England, arrived in California in 1849 in order to pursue the merchant and mining businesses. After residing in Sacramento for some time, he arrived in San Luis Obispo County and decided to start a business in Cayucos. As I have said, he built the pier and other buildings.
He built a two-story, wood residence too. Several fixtures and materials were acquired in Europe. His purchases were transported by ship from San Francisco.
The house has been conserved in excellent estate and converted to a boutique hotel. If you are not staying there, you can still enjoy the elaborate interior by visiting its fine-dining restaurant or bakery.
Photo was taken from Booking.com
This museum, located at Chamber Visitor Center, has many items from Captain Cass along with 1000 images and a permanent collection of artifacts of Cayucos’ rich history.
Cayucos Farmers Market
The Cayucos Farmers Market takes place every Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The cool thing is that this is a farmers market next to the beach! The exact address is 10 Cayucos Drive.
Things to Do Near Cayucos
If this is not fun enough, remember there is a lot more to see close to Cayucos. In less than an hour, you can reach multiple attractions and towns with a wide plethora of things to do.
Here are some ideas:
Cerro Alto Campground (9 miles) – Highway 41 (connecting Morro Bay and Atascadero) passes through a section of Los Padres National Forest. On that area, you will find the Cerro Alto Campground, a spot close to hiking, mountain bike and equestrian trails. The eponymous 4-mile trail (the most notorious in the area) offers 360-degree views of beaches and valleys.
El Chorro Regional Park (13 miles) – This spot offers campgrounds, picnic sites, volleyball courts, softball fields, horseshoe pits, and hiking trails. It is located close to the San Luis Obispo Botanical Park and a dog park.
San Luis Obispo (19 miles) – The head of the county, a university town, is full of historical landmarks, restaurants, cafes, and museums.
Paso Robles (301miles) – If you are not aware, Paso Robles is wine country. This is probably the most popular wine area in California after Napa and Sonoma. And, I am pretty sure the place has fame all over the United States as well. There are over 200 wineries to choose from.
Avila Beach (29 miles) – Avila Beach is one of my favorite beach towns in California. It is quiet and not overrun with visitors. In there, you will find hot springs, apple orchards, wine tasting views, opportunities to get close wildlife and wonderful views.
Pismo Beach (31 miles) – Pismo is a paradise for those who enjoy riding off-road vehicles. South of town you can ride these types of vehicles on the sand (you can camp too). In addition, the town offers pier strolls, a monarch butterfly grove, and all the clam chowder you can eat.
Morro Bay (6 miles) – Morro Bay is a wonderful place to visit with kids or with the entire family. You can enjoy the Embarcadero, Morro Rock, long beaches, parks, and a wide selection of hiking areas (including Montaña de Oro State Park).
Cambria (15 miles) – Cambria is one of the prettiest towns on this stretch of coast. The town itself shows European architectural details and the natural reserves within cities limits offer astounding views of the beach and mountains.
San Simeon (23 miles) – Since this is the home of Hearst Castle, I recommend not missing this town. It is not only about the castle. There are many more things to do (including the elephant seals at Piedras Blancas).
Carrizo Plain National Monument (84 miles) – Even though this place is a bit far from Cayucos, I am including it here since it is a gorgeous place to visit during spring when flowers are in full bloom. It can be added to a California central coast road trip itinerary.
Human history in Cayucos dates back to the Chumash people, the Native Americans that inhabited the area before our era.
Cayucos means kayak or canoe. The term refers to a small boat used to hunt otters along the coast. It is believed Spaniards Hispanized the word used by Chumash to refer to the area.
In 1867, Captain James Cass settled part of the original “Rancho Moro y Cayucos” land grant. Cass saw the business opportunities at the location. He proceeded to build a pier, store, and warehouse. The idea was to transport merchandise to Los Angeles or San Francisco.
Eventually, Cass left but the area continued to prosper. Nowadays, Cayucos retains its “Old California” vibe. There are no high rises buildings, a sense of community is felt everywhere and a long stretch of beach runs along the town.
This article will help you to discover the unique charms of this beautiful town. If you are planning a visit, use this write-up as your guide.
How to Reach Cayucos
Cayucos is located between Los Angeles (213 miles) and San Francisco (232 miles) in San Luis Obispo County. It is located 14 miles from the city of San Luis Obispo (head of the county), 119 miles from Santa Barbara, and 143 miles from Monterey.
The closest airport is located in San Luis Obispo. If you are considering flying, the Santa Barbara airport may be a better option. Anyway, both of these airports are small. Most visitors arrive by car (since major airports are located more than 200 miles away.
Cayucos can be accessed from the Pacific Coast Highway (CA-1 or Highway One) and is a fantastic stop on any California road trip itinerary.
Restaurants in Cayucos
I have professed my love for Ruddell’s Smokeshop and the Brown Butter Cookie Company already. But, that is not all Cayucos has to offer. There is way more wonderful food in town!
The Sea Shanty offers big breakfasts and hot coffee.
And, talking about coffee, if you cannot live without a good brew, you should stop by Top Dog Coffee Bar and Café or Luna Coffee Bar.
Seafood lovers may want to check Duckies Chowder House (for clam chowder, of course) and Schooners Warf.
Lunada Garden Bistro promises rustic cuisine full of European and American flavors. Authentic Italian cuisine can be found at Café dell Via.
For dishes prepared using fresh ingredients from the area, visit The Grill at Cass House.
To Take Home: Cayucos Hot Sauce
This sauce was created in town by surfers. Cayucos Hot Sauce can be on seafood, steak, chicken, eggs, tacos, sushi, soups, oysters, sandwiches, and pizza.
The sauce is sold all over the area. Find retailers here.
Beach Town Gear
As I spend a lot of time on beach towns, I have my gear packed and ready to throw in the car. Here is an idea of what I take to the beach.
- Walking Shoes – Comfortable walking shoes are a must. My go-to brands are Clarks, Tevas, and Sketchers.
- Flip Flops – Flip flops are a must on any beach trip. I am partial to the Tevas brand. >>Take a look at these beautiful flip flops
- Water Sandals – If you want a more polished look, check out these leather-made salt water sandals.
- Sweatshirt – A sweatshirt is a must to keep me warm during chilly mornings and nights. >Click to see this California appropriate option here
- Sun Block – Do not leave the house (or the car) without applying sunblock. I repeat, always wear sunblock when outdoors. >Buy sunblock here
- Lip Balm with Sunscreen – Protect your lips by applying a balm with sunscreen. >Get one of the best lip balms here
- Wide Brim Hat – A wide brim hat is a great way to protect your scalp, face, and neck. The ones manufactured by FURTALK come with an anti-UV function. >Buy this amazing hat here
- Sunglasses – These are another must when it comes to protecting from the sun. A polarized, sporty pair works better outdoors. >Take a look at this wonderful pair
- Towels – This is the accessory I always forget about. WETCAT’s Turkish Towels take minimum space and dry fast. >Buy a Turkish towel here
- Foldable Chairs – Portable chairs allow you to set camp at the beach, park, winery, and even a parking lot. A classic Coleman portable chair is a solid choice. >>Buy portable camping chair
- Beach Blanket – For laying on the sand, a beach blanket is necessary. Good ones are waterproof, sandproof, and light. The blankets manufactured by Wekapo fit several adults and are durable. >Buy this nice beach blanket here
- Soft Cooler Bag – A soft cooler bag with enough capacity is great for having drinks and some food items at hand. I love my CleverMade collapsible cooler bag. >Take a look at my cooler here
- Water Bottle – Do not forget to bring water! Keep yours cold by taking a beautiful Hydro Flask water bottle. >Check out the insane options here
- THERMOS Tumblers – I have been a fan of the THERMOS brand since I received a tumbler as a gift. The tumblers keep drinks hot for hours. >>Buy THERMOS insulated tumblers here
- Dry Bag – Keep your valuables (and electronics) protected by bringing a dry bag. >These dry bag is awesome
- Beach Bag or Large Tote – Carry all your gear on an amazing beach bag. Get one with tons of pockets (I love pockets). >>>Check out my beach bag top pick
- Camera – I have never gotten used to taking pictures exclusively with my phone. I prefer to use the Sony Alpha a6000. It is compact and takes gorgeous pictures. >Buy Sony Camera here
- Tripod – A compact tripod to take your photos and videos to a different level. >>Check out this popular option here
- Portable Power Bank – It is a pain to keep phones charged on beach trips. Having a power bank is a lifesaver. The Anker portable charger can charge a phone 5 times. >Buy this incredible power bank here
- Cayucos is ideal for those who want to have a budget vacation or getaway. Things in here cost way less than in Los Angeles, San Francisco, or Santa Barbara. Most of my recommendations are free of charge.
- Parking is free in the town
- This is a good place to visit with kids. Every time I visit, I see tons of families with small children enjoying the area and its natural resources
- Dogs are permitted to be on the beach without a leash.
- Please, take care of the environment. Do not litter and follow park instructions
Have you been here? Tell me more about fun things to do in Cayucos!
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It looks like there’s no shortage of great things to do in Cayucos!
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sallie rainville says
California is such a wonderful varied state. Beautiful pictures and tour — definitely something for everyone in this part of the Central Coast (unless you are one who cannot be without a big city). We have been in the area, but I don’t remember Cayucos itself (but that might be because it has been too many years ago).
I hope you and yours are safe from the terrible devastation of the mud slides.
Wow! You’ve written a comprehensive article. It sounds and looks like a wonderful place to visit.
Lady Fi says
Wow – amazing place. Looks so picturesque!
I can see why you wanted to keep Cayucos to yourself. What a gem! Love your photos! I have to say that I’ve seen a bit of central California but I’ve never been to – or heard of – Cayucos. Thanks for introducing me!
Elizabeth (Wander Mum) says
What a wonderful place to visit! There’s so much to discover in California and I love the story behind how you came across Cayucos….those cookies sound pretty special. Thanks for linking #citytripping
I still haven’t done a proper drive down the 1 yet! And I’ve seen so many gorgeous photos. I’d love to visit the pier in Cayucos, I’ve turned into a bit of a pier connoisseur since moving to California. Also that cookie company sounds delicious! #CityTripping
California Globetrotter says
I can totally understand your co-workers disbelief! I too have never heard of this but am shocked at how beautiful it is! I had to look it up on a map! Pinned for later for sure! #CityTripping
Dee Nambiar says
The landscapes and the seaside look so lovely and the buildings, so cute! We haven’t been to Cayucos. But we were in Morro Bay early last year.
Thank you so much, Ruth for telling me about Cayucos. Most of our trips are packed but once in a while we long for a lazy holiday and Cayucos sounds like a great idea. Thanks again.
I love it when you do these comprehensive reports of a destination – so much work has gone into this. The scenery is fantastic, the pier is wonderful and I love the murals too.
Such lovely photos! I love exploring all the little towns along the California coast. No matter how long I live here there is always something new to discover. Thanks for bringing this lovely place to my attention! #Citytripping
Cruisey little seaside towns are my favourite. I love those wide sandy beaches and the relaxed vibe. I’d love to sit on the beach munching a few of those delicious looking cookies – yum. Thanks for sharing on #farawayfiles
jesh StG says
Looks great to visit for a day! Since it’s at the coast (3 1/2 hrs. away to San Fran) it would be nice to take a coast tour! Thanks for posting this possibility!
Rhonda Albom says
I love those sleepy little coastal towns in California. I used to live in one (El Granada). They are so laid back with uncrowded beaches and just the right number of “hidden gems” that make you want to stay or visit again.
Once again, what an excellent guide! I have a thing for rocky beaches, especially if there’s also a pier! I’d like to visit this place someday, it looks so nice and relaxing!
That moment when you consider keeping a gem like this to yourself…I know it well, but I’m glad you decided to share this one. Cayucos has everything for a few days of bliss in my opinion. I’m still thinking about those tacos. 🙂
What a beautiful place to visit, we quite often head to California, but so far have only stuck with the major tourist areas, Hearst Castle, LA, Anaheim, Hollywood. Looks like I have somewhere else to add to my itinerary.
How fun! I need to add this to my list. I have never even heard of this town and I live in California.
I never heard of this place, but I am going to keep this one in mind. Thanks for sharing #TheWeeklyPostcard
Excellent guide! Looks like a lovely place to visit! #TheWeeklyPostcard
Ruth, I’ve lived in California all my life and have never heard of Cayucos! And what a beautiful beach and town. Some day I WILL visit here! Your photos are stunning as usual.
I’m totally sharing this post with the bf. We have recently been on a mission to find dog friendly places for our babies and add to that my love of beach towns. I was recommended Moro Bay but have not heard of Cayucos. I definitely have not made full use of my life in a California!
Amber alexander says
You had me at Cupcakes…as someone who has lived in California almost my whole live, I love discovering new places in the my state that I’ve never been to! This looks wonderful!
Amanda Thurman says
Central coast is always so beautiful. I haven’t been Cayucos though. I am heading up that way this spring and will have to check it out.
Had no idea about this place otherwise, I would have definitely stopped by this cute town during my road trip on hwy1 🙂 Good to know for the next time!
Emma | Luxurybackpacking says
We visited California in summer last year, wish we knew about Cayucos before we want as it looks like a beautiful place especially the coastal area!
I did a road trip on the Northern Coast of California a few years ago, but we didn’t make it to the central coast… it looks like we missed out. This town is super cute… but you pretty much had me sold when you described those cookies 😉
Scarlett Begonias says
This town is the cutest, and I especially love that the beaches are dog-friendly. The cookie shop sounds amazing 🙂 I hope we are able to visit soon!
What a beautiful place! I grew up on the coast in the UK (near a town with a pier too), and your post has filled me with nostalgia for all the good things: seafood, chilled out people, walks along the rugged headlands, memories of my dog’s first reaction to the sea. We were talking about heading back to California, and this is exactly the sort of town that would make us really happy. Thanks for sharing, and I’ve got a little bit of the smell of the ocean to carry me through this city day.
Angie (Feetdotravel) says
Well I am glad that you decided to share your secret of this picturesque place! Something there for everyone and it’s surprising how many wonderful places you can visit on your own doorstep. Any excuse to visit somewhere I can buy yummy cupcakes! #feetdotravel
I’ve been to California a couple of times and yet never heard of this beautiful place. It’s true that to can visit somewhere yet never really know it. Great article.
Runaway Brit says
I have a friend who keeps telling me to come visit her in California. I really should!! Those Brown Butter cookies sound amazing!!
Oh i have never heard of this area in California but it looks super cute! I love a beach with a pier and the murals are awesome too 🙂
This Epic World says
Woah! Such an interesting list! Cayucos looks like such a cute town! I would love to visit the pier! So gorgeous?
Rosie Kerrigan says
I honestly love how you discovered it, my husband and I would’ve done exactly the same hahaha 😀 I am now officially starving after your post, so much deliciousness <3
Cherie Rose Martin says
I know Cayucos well as it’s on the way to Cambria, a place I’ve spent ample time. Definitely the more laidback version on California! #FlyAwayFriday
That water is so blue! I have only dipped a toe into what California has to offer. I need to go back!
All these beaches in Central California are so beautiful. I haven been on Cayucos beach, but i know the area. Those beach towns are so charming , I could spend days just roaming through those stores and walking on the beach. You’ve caught some great pictures there and it seems the weather was gorgeous. #TheWeeklyPostcard
I had not heard of Cayucos before but it really looks lovely. The water looks so perfect (although I am sure a little chilly). I would love to walk along the beach and explore the tidepools. Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard.
Elaine Masters says
I know your angst about sharing! The central coast is dotted with wonderful small towns. It just takes planning to get there and the weather is changeable. That’s part of why I love the area. Piers, cafes and beachwalks – so much to love.
Erin | The Epicurean Traveler says
California’s Central Coast has some of the most beautiful coastline of anywhere I’ve traveled. I visited SLO during my California road trip about two years ago. My biggest regret from that trip was not scheduling in more time for the Central Coast portion. Its such a wonderful area for a leisurely drive along the the coastal highway. I’d love to road trip the west coast again someday, so I’ll have to keep this little gem in mind for a stopping point — if only for Brown Butter Cookie! It looks like you found some delicious food (smoked fish — yes, please!) and plenty of things to do in town, too. Thanks for sharing your fantastic find with us! #WeekendWanderlust
Christine | The Journey of Christine says
I feel like California’s Central Coast is super underrated! The landscape is so beautiful and the towns are so cute there, I almost prefer it over SoCal. I would loooove to try one of those fish tacos there, it sounds amazing!
Rob+Ann @TravelLatte(.net) says
That whole area is so pretty, but we’ve never been to Cayucos. You know what that means? Time to get back to California for another coastal road trip! 🙂 So it’s not just your co-workers you’re educating on the treasures of Central California. It’s us too! Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard.
Photo Cache says
Oh this section of California is truly beautiful. I have been to Morro Bay and SLO, but unless you know it you tend to pass through small towns in between. Not anymore. I’ll definitely put this as a must stop next time I plan a road trip to SoCal. Thanks for the tip.
I’m a Cali native, but this is my first time hearing of Cayucos! Beautiful pictures! Have to visit some time!
Nell (Pigeon Pair and Me) says
I love the fact that cookies led you to this place! I’m not surprised at all that there are hidden treasures like this to be found in California. It’s such a beautiful, diverse state. #FarawayFiles
Travel Lexx says
The Estero Bluffs Park looks awesome and finishing the day with some of these delicious cupcakes or at the Smokehouse would definitely be the order of the day! Another place I’ve never heard of in California but one I need to add to the list!
Catherine’s Cultural Wednesdays says
I would love to stat in one of those cliff top houses! #CityTripping
Trippin' Turpins (Kelly) says
Wow! This place looks gorgeous! My sort of place.
Such a hidden gem! I always love reading about your California Adventures! #farawayfiles
David | Travelsewhere says
Beach, food and nature – Cayucos seems like a great place to go. I have to say that Harmony Headlands National park looks so similar to ones I’ve visited around Sydney in Australia, weird! My knowledge of California is pretty limited so its great to learn more about the state’s smaller destinations. #TheWeeklyPostcard
Erin Gustafson | Oregon Girl Around the World says
Oh I love the West Coast – you’re making me miss it! I haven’t been to Cayucos, but it definitely looks worthy of diving in! And smoked fish tacos?!? YES PLEASE. Salivating from here! Stunning photos and great information as always Ruth! Thanks for sharing with #FarawayFiles, Erin
I love California- and I have never heard of Cayucos! Thank you for the history and context, I love that kind of information. The photos are stunning!
budget jan says
I can’t help fixating on that gorgeous photo of Cayucos Pier. It’s a gorgeous pier.
I have not seen nearly enough of California! We loved the bits we did see but we would love to explore more! Will pin this as one day we intend to do a 6 months trip over to the USA ??
Janine Good says
Looks so eclectic! I would seriously go for some of those cupcakes. I love the murals too. This area of California really does have character. Thanks for joining Fly Away Friday! See you this Friday! 🙂
I always say this to you but you always introduce me to new places in California and I LOVE that about your blog! It looks like such a cute place to visit and it’s awesome it’s dog-friendly, Oshie (my corgi) would love it! Thanks for joining Fly Away Friday, hope to see you again this week! xo
Hi Ruth, The article is marvelously written and immaculately described with vivid pictures. Its interesting to read about the small almost unknown yet interesting getaways that we have around us.