Visit Pebble Beach California

California’s Pebble Beach is on the tip of the Monterey Peninsula, which starts the beginning of the Pacific Coast Highway, one of the most beautiful coastlines in the US. The natural beauty of this coastal destination brings golfers and nature lovers alike. Play golf at the world-class Pebble Beach Golf Links or simply rent a car and cruise 17-Mile Drive. A visit to Pebble Beach California has something for everyone.  The coastal beauty in and around Pebble Beach is legendary. From the legendary Lone Cypress, one of the most photographed trees in North America, to the famed eighteenth green of Pebble Beach Golf Links, or a trip along 17-Mile Drive.

Weather (When to Go)

In Pebble Beach the summers are short, comfortable, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are cold, wet, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 44°F to 68°F and is rarely below 37°F or above 77°F.The weather at Pebble Beach is best in spring and fall, with the best chance for clear skies. Like much of the California coast, it’s likely to be foggy in summer. The misty fog lends an air of mystery but might dash your hopes of a sun-drenched golf game.  The mild climate ensures that the average temperature highs range from 60-71 degrees Fahrenheit year-round.  It is best to dress in layers and carry a water-resistant wind shirt or jacket. It rarely rains between April and October.

Annual Events You Should Know About

  • Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament is held annually in February. With its combination of great golfers and popular celebrity participants, it draws large crowds.
  • U.S. Open golf tournament is held at Pebble Beach periodically. It’s scheduled there next in 2019.
  • Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance happens every August. This event features classic automobiles such as Bentley and Bugatti, displayed on the lawn of the main lodge, along with concept cars and high-end luxury autos.
  • The Pebble Beach Food and Wine Festival occurs in April. Rockstar chefs, respected winemakers and lots of food-loving fans get together for this event.

Area Attractions

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Since 1919, the exquisite beauty and unique challenges of Pebble Beach Golf Links have electrified golfers and spectators alike. Designed by Jack Neville and Douglas Grant, the course hugs California’s rugged coastline, providing wide-open vistas, cliff-side fairways and sloping greens. Over the years, Pebble Beach Golf Links has been the site of golf’s most prestigious tournaments such as the annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and five U.S. Open Championships, including the 2010 U.S. Open.

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The Lone Cypress is a Monterey cypress tree in Pebble Beach standing on a granite hillside off the 17-Mile Drive.  The tree is a Western icon, and has been called one of the most photographed trees in North America. It is located between Cypress Point Golf Course and the Pebble Beach Golf Links, two of world’s best-known golf courses. Possibly as old as 250 years, the cypress has been scarred by fire and has been held in place with cables for 65 years.

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Tracing the rugged Pacific coastline, the 17-Mile Drive isn’t just a road. The route offers breathtaking views of the ocean, hugging the Pacific coastline as it weaves through the Del Monte Forest. You can experience the natural wonders of Monterey and marvel at the multi-million-dollar homes along the coast.  It is highly recommended to get out of your vehicle and park at the marked points of interest along the 17-Mile Drive. Don’t miss getting a picture of the Lone Cypress, or taking a short stroll along the wooden paths that line the shores of Spanish Bay.

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The site of a Chinese fishing village in 1868, Stillwater Cove is now the location of The Beach & Tennis Club. Otters, seals, and other marine life frequent this area; it’s a popular spot for humans, too!  Some of the most intriguing diving along the Monterey coast lies at Stillwater Cove. Only ten divers per day are allowed to experience this amazing spot, so call 831-625-8507 about two weeks in advance to make a reservation. Don’t be surprised if you find a few golf balls while you’re down there.

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If Stillwater Cove is a home for divers, kayakers and boaters, then Spanish Bay Beach is where the surfers live. It is a right beach break, and while waves are reportedly best from September to March, they can be found year-round.  Another unusual feature of Spanish Bay Beach is its collection of stacked rocks. Sometime in 2008, visitors to Spanish Bay’s beach began stacking rocks one on top of the other; other visitors followed suit, and now this impromptu art can be found all along the beach.

 

Things to Do
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Whether as an individual, family, group charter, corporate event, or just plain fun – there is something for everyone. A day from which wonderful memories and tales are made! Our daily fishing trips depart from Monterey Old Fisherman’s Wharf.  For more information call (831) 372-7440, or visit them on the web at Discovery Whale Watch.

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Sail with confidence on world famous Monterey Bay. Monterey hosts the most bio-dense and bio-diverse ecosystem on the U.S. Pacific coast. Whether you are a complete novice trying sailing for the first time, or an experienced ocean veteran ready to take your seamanship to a higher level, they offer American Sailing Association (ASA) classes taught to your skill level. Monterey Sailing Monterey Bay Sailing is a professional sailing organization established in 1998 whose mission is to offer residents of the Monterey Peninsula communities and visitors an affordable opportunity to sail the central coast.  For more information call 831-372-7245, or visit them on the web at Monterey Bay Sailing.

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Original sea kayaking and stand up paddle outfitter offering eco-guided natural history tours, rentals, classes and retail sales of kayaking related gear and casual beach items.  Two great paddling destinations right on the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary where kayaks are waiting for you on the beach.  We include everything you need for a day on the water of fun, exercise and wildlife viewing.  Visit with marine mammals like sea otters, harbor seals, sea lions, shorebirds and enjoy the beauty of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.  For more information call (831) 373-5357, or visit them on the web at Monterey Bay Kayaks.

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Teaching surfing in Carmel, Monterey and Pacific Grove since 1986, professional instruction, professional grade gear. Trusted by all three surf shops on the Monterey Peninsula. Parties, groups and privates lessons offered almost daily all year around. All equipment included all ages and abilities welcome.  For more information call (831) 915-4065, or visit them on the web at Carmel Surf Lessons.

Adventures By The Sea

Bike, kayak, paddle board and family bike rentals and tours are our specialty. They are located right in the action of Cannery Row and welcome all ability levels. Kayaking is with the otters, seal lions and seals and includes all equipment. Biking is out to 17-mile drive in Pebble Beach. For more information call (831) 372-1807, or visit them on the web at Adventures By The Sea.

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$$$$  Roy’s

Celebrity chef Roy Yamaguchi offers a Hawaiian-fusion cuisine, with menu items such as Roy’s blackened rare ahi, Japanese-style Misoyaki butterfish and charred garlic honey-mustard beef short ribs. The view of the golf course and waves crashing along the shore alone would make this dinner worth the drive to its location at the Inn at Spanish Bay, even if you find yourself staying at another resort.  Arrive early, grab a blanket, and sit on the outside patio around the fire pit. If the gorgeous view of the sea isn’t enough for you, the sounds of the Scottish bagpiper making his rounds through the links will make the trip worthwhile. Also be sure to enjoy a glass of wine or a specialty cocktail such as the Pebbletini, Ketel One vodka with house-made bleu cheese-stuffed olives, while taking in the sights and sounds of the Pacific’s crashing waves. For more information call 831-298-5907, or visit them on the web at Roy’s.

$$ – $$$  The Bench

Most people head to The Bench, a restaurant overlooking the 18th hole of the Pebble Beach Golf Links. The Bench offers a casual, yet sophisticated atmosphere for guests, where golfers retire after they hit the links and resort guests come to watch them finish their round.  The dining area offers enclosed, open-air and outdoor seating alongside the fire pits. Enjoy a carefully crafted cocktail, such as the Bench Sour, which is made with Buffalo showcases dishes that meld a wide range of Asian, Middle Eastern, Italian and Latin American flavors, such as the Penn Cove mussels, wood-grilled steak and organic salmon.  For more information call 831-298-5906, or visit them on the web at The Bench.

$$$$  Stillwater Bar & Grill

The sensational scenery sets the stage for a memorable meal overlooking the world famous 18th hole at Pebble Beach and stunning Stillwater Cove. Discover a thoughtfully crafted seasonal California Coastal cuisine menu featuring fresh and flavorful sustainable seafood that is paired with local organic produce.  Join them at Stillwater Bar & Grill for their famous Sunday Brunch, or enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner every day.  For more information call 1-800-877-0597, or visit them on the web at Stillwater Bar & Grill.

$$ – $$$  Porter’s In The Forest

Porter’s in the Forest includes a panoramic view of the Del Monte Forest, a re-imagined, farm-to-table menu, unique wine and cocktail lists, comfortable leather chairs, outdoor dining and fire pits.  The menu is chock full of creative fusion, such as De Vivo’s Korean Philly cheese steak with house-made Kimchi, and always includes carefully sourced ingredients, such as the Jidori chicken, an organic, cage-free, hormone-free bird known for its robust flavor.  For more information call 831-622-8237, or visit them on the web at Porter’s in the Forest.

$$ – $$$  Sticks

Sticks is the perfect place for savory food served up in a lively sports-bar atmosphere. Enjoy cold beverages, shared bites and innovative entrees while catching a big game on our multiple flat-panel TVs.  Outside on the patio, enjoy seating next to our fire pits while soaking in gorgeous views of The Links at Spanish Bay and the Pacific Ocean.  Whether you’re craving spicy wings, tater tots or a fantastic burger, Sticks has stick-to-your-ribs fare sure to please the biggest sports fan. For more information call 831-298-5898, or visit them on the web at Sticks.

Best Bars

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The Terrace Lounge is a relaxing gathering place for friends and family to soak in the world-famous 18th green at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Enjoy specialty craft cocktails and a unique menu prepared by Stillwater Bar & Grill Chef de Cuisine Alex Ramirez, all while overlooking this spectacular setting.  For more information call 1-800-877-0597, or visit them on the web at Stillwater Bar & Grill.

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A wonderful watering hole with a great selection of top quality spirits, The Tap Room is a world-class steak house, bound to satisfy even the heartiest of appetites after a day at Pebble Beach. Renowned for its extensive collection of golf memorabilia, this local legend is the perfect place for lunch, dinner or simply recounting your successes on the course. For more information call 831 625-8535, or visit them on the web at The Tap Room.

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Sticks is the perfect place for savory food served up in a lively sports-bar atmosphere. Enjoy cold beverages, shared bites and innovative entrees while catching a big game on our multiple flat-panel TVs.  Outside on the patio, enjoy seating next to our fire pits while soaking in gorgeous views of The Links at Spanish Bay and the Pacific Ocean.  Whether you’re craving spicy wings, tater tots or a fantastic burger, Sticks has stick-to-your-ribs fare sure to please the biggest sports fan. For more information call 831-298-5898, or visit them on the web at Sticks.

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Most people head to The Bench, a restaurant overlooking the 18th hole of the Pebble Beach Golf Links. The Bench offers a casual, yet sophisticated atmosphere for guests, where golfers retire after they hit the links and resort guests come to watch them finish their round.  The dining area offers enclosed, open-air and outdoor seating alongside the fire pits. Enjoy a carefully crafted cocktail, such as the Bench Sour, which is made with Buffalo showcases dishes that meld a wide range of Asian, Middle Eastern, Italian and Latin American flavors, such as the Penn Cove mussels, wood-grilled steak and organic salmon.  For more information call 831-298-5906, or visit them on the web at The Bench.

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To cap off the end of an enjoyable day at Pebble Beach, be sure to stop by Traps. Located in The Inn at Spanish Bay, this cozy fireside lounge and bar features lively conversation, televised sporting events and hearty appetizers. Sip a fine wine or choose from cocktails, handcrafted beers, single-malt scotches and Cognacs, while you take in the panoramic views of the sun setting over the Pacific Ocean.  For more information call 800-877-0597, or visit them on the web at Traps Bar & Lounge.

Best Area Hotels

Andril Fireplace Cottages

Andril Fireplace Cottages offers a welcome that feels like a homecoming. Nearly all of the twenty units are separate buildings set among the trees and lawns of the spacious grounds.  Many of the units are separate cottages with fireplaces, kitchens, private decks or enclosed patios. Suite, two bedroom cottages as well as four and five bedroom grand cottages are available.   Set among 2 acres in the Monterey pines, Andril Fireplace Cottages offers BBQs, outdoor tables, ping pong tables, a hot tub, and free WiFi.  Their outdoor setting is perfect for your family, almost regardless of size. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Andril Fireplace Cottages.

Carriage House Inn

Tucked onto a quiet side street, the Carriage House Inn is just one block south of Ocean Avenue, the hub of this quaint yet elegant village. Guestrooms boast feather beds, fireplaces, flat screen TVs and luxury linens, with most including jetted tubs and vaulted ceilings. Recent renovations to some guestrooms enhanced the luxurious accommodations with large 2-person jetted tubs in a soothing, elegant décor. Stay with them at the Carriage House Inn and enjoy the charming cottages.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Carriage House Inn.

Spindrift Inn

At the Spindrift Inn, you’ll find European-style charm on the shores of McAbee Beach right along the bay. Plan an ocean view weekend escape on scenic Monterey Bay and discover why TripAdvisor travelers named them the most romantic hotel in the country. Accommodations feature canopy beds with plush feather bedding, hardwood floors, and marble bathrooms with Aveda bath products. Wake up to complimentary breakfast, delivered on a silver tray right to your room.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit the Spindrift Inn.

InterContinental The Clement Monterey

Enjoy panoramic ocean views and radiant sunrises on beautiful Monterey Bay at InterContinental The Clement Monterey. Overlooking the sapphire waters of Monterey Bay on Cannery Row, our waterfront hotel, resort and spa is where beauty and luxury indulge your senses. Whether you are planning a family vacation, romantic getaway, or special event, The Clement Monterey is an inspiring Monterey Bay hotel with urban energy, modern luxury, and coastal charm. Escape to the California Coast and feel the spirit of Monterey.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit InterContinental The Clement Monterey.

Seven Gables Inn

Seven Gables Inn has been designated by American Historic Inns as “One of the 10 Most Romantic Inns in America.”And voted #2 in the USA Today’s voter poll of the Most Romantic Inns in the US. Each of their boutique hotel accommodations feature a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean and Monterey Bay, CA. Their luxurious rooms include a complimentary Generous Continental Breakfast in Our Oceanfront Dining Room, afternoon wine and cheese featuring wine from local Monterey County, Napa Valley and Carmel, California wineries, complimentary high-speed wireless Internet service and evening turn down service. Experience for yourself why we’re one of the Top 10 Romantic Inns in America.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Seven Gables Inn.

38 Comments

  1. John

    Leahrae,
    I have done this drive before, back in the 80’s. Went to the Aquarium at Monterey Bay, did drive by the Pebble Beach golf course. Have videos of the hang gliders on the cliffs north of there. Great place to visit any time of the year.
    I have a wall mural of the seventh hole on Pebble Beach golf course in the basement stair well. It reminds me of this area each time I go to the basement.
    Thanks for your information.
    John

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Wow, then you know John how beautiful it is in this whole area! What a great wall mural to have 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. chris

    My wife and I are planning a trip to disneyland for next fall! Is this pretty close to there?! If so I think it would be a ton of fun to go to this beach while we are there!

    Thanks for such an informative post!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, it is fairly close and if you have a rental car, it is a piece of cake. You would really enjoy the whole Monterey area, as there is so much to see and do. Please let me know if you need any other information.

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  3. Lynn

    I used to live on the west coast and drove or rode the pacific coast highway many times. Central California is such a beautiful part of the state. I don’t think I ever stopped at Pebble Beach. I remember looking at it as we drove by.
    It really is a beautiful place and the drive is really beautiful through that area by the ocean. You are right, though. The cost of living is so high in California. My kids live in southern California, so I visit often and it seems prices just keep going up.
    Thanks for the information about that area.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are right Lynn, it is such a beautiful area. The central California coast is my favorite part of the state for sure. Now if I could hit the lottery, I would live there! Thanks for stopping by beach travel destinations.

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  4. Heather

    Pebble Beach sounds like a wonderful destination. I love the idea of a week at the beach, kayaking, surfing and whale watching. What is your favorite must-do restaurant in Pebble Beach?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am gonna have to say my favorite is The Bench. Of course, every restaurant I listed is wonderful, so it’s a hard choice. And yes, my favorite way to spend a week is at the beach kayaking, paddle boarding, checking out the sights, and of course the food!

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  5. Andrew

    I love the golf course picture. Great scenery always adds something special to a round of golf. The coastline looks phenomenal and yet again you have provided awesome reviews on where to stay, eat, brink and what activities are available.
    Many thanks for a great article.
    Kind regards
    Andrew

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed reading Visit Pebble Beach California. Yes, beautiful scenery, great golfing, great beaches, and lots of things to do. I don’t know what could be better! Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Jennier

    Love this article, it seems like you have left nothing out. It is really good to know the rainy season because I would never have guest April to October.

    Very detailed I know where to come back to for more detailed information. Thank you

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Jennier, and thank you for visiting Beach Travel Destinations. I am glad you enjoyed!

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  7. Dave

    This is such a great post! You’ve completely outlined so many things to do for a vacation to Pebble Beach! I really didn’t know about this place until I found your blog but this is fantastic. I think my favorite part is that you gave us places where we can go and eat as well. I’m pretty picky so this was fantastic. Keep up these great reviews – as someone that loves to travel (especially west coast!!), this is great!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad you enjoyed your visit to Pebble Beach California! Yes, the west coast is amazing, especially the coast of central California. Please let me know if you need any additional information.

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  8. Julie

    Love to see it all easily in one place with an article like this, who needs to look further for a great beach, for a fun holiday. Thanks for bringing it all together.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed Julie. Thanks for stopping by Visit Pebble Beach California.

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  9. Miranda

    I got too caught up in that video in the end lol. That looks like such a beautiful place to visit. I’m glad there are pages like this that go so into detail, really good job with that. I’m glad you threw in hotels too, some other sites just add attractions It’s really nice too see the best of everything all on one page instead of searching all over lol. California is definitely on my list.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      The video is awesome 🙂 I am glad you enjoyed my Visit Pebble Beach California post. If you need any additional information, please let me know!

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  10. Wei

    Wow, it looks amazing!!! I can wait to visit Pebble Beach. I always love a travel guide like yours that includes everything one would need in one place. Thank you so much for sharing this!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are most welcome Wei! Thank you for stopping by my Visit Pebble Beach California post. Please let me know of you need any other information.

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  11. Alex

    I have never been to Pebble Beach before, but your article makes me want to go. I am not too far from it either since I am in Santa Cruz. It sounds just marvelous.

    The Pebble Beach Concours de Elegance sounds especially interesting. I just love cars. They are magnificent beasts, especially the older ones. They can really purr if you just listen to them. It is like watching a beast come to life. I love them. It would also be an excellent way for me and my Dad to bond more. He owns a couple cars and he just adores them.

    Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed Alex! I think you will love Pebble Beach and you are fairly close right? Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  12. Evan Cruz

    Hi Leahrae, fine article here on Pebble Beach. As a golfer myself, I definitely attest to going to Pebble Beach to play the golf course; it is on my bucket list! Thanks.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, a visit to Pebble Beach California is a must for any golfer 🙂 Glad you enjoyed!

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  13. Lane

    You pick the best vacation spots. I used to want to move to California years ago when I was younger. I still wouldn’t mind relocating there. I may have to consider it after visiting some of these beautiful places that you post up.

    Reply
    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I would live there in a heartbeat if it weren’t for the high cost of living. I still might do it. I love beaches, they are in my soul, so it would be perfect. The whole central California area is beautiful.. So much to see and do. A visit to Pebble Beach California would be awesome, you would love the area.

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  14. Andrea

    Wow, this article really makes me want to visit California (from PA here…).

    The Lone Cypress tree is beautiful!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Wow, it would be a long travel that is for sure, but so worth it to go from the east coast to the west coast! I hope you can visit soon!

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  15. thomas

    I just took a golf trip with my work friends out to Pebble Beach this past summer! It’s every bit as nice as you describe here. Unless you’ve been there to understand it’s hard to get a feel for the beauty Pebble Beach offers. I plan to go back soon and bring my family next time so we can do some of the activity’s you mention.

    We’re for sure going to do the 17 mile drive 🙂 I wanted to do it while I was there but there wasn’t enough time in the day haha
    We also are gonna have to eat at the Terrace Lounge. I saw it from the 18th green while we played, and it looks amazing. My wife is gonna love it! Thanks for this post. I’m gonna have to bookmark this post as an itinerary for when we go back!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      How lucky to be able to head back there again! You will enjoy for sure and yes, the 17-mile drive is a must. Super beautiful. Please let me know if you need anything else!

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  16. Daniella

    Hi Lhea,

    I really enjoyed reading your article! The video is just amazing, and after watching it, it made me want to go right away to pebble beach California. I will definitely plan a trip there. April seems to be a great time to visit this place, well at least for me:) Also, I love biking while I am on vacation, so I’ll check the Adventure By the Sea once we get there. Are there good roads for cyclists in the area?

    Thank you for this excellent post!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you for visiting my Pebble Beach post Daniella. You can bike the 17-mile drive which is beautiful. Of course, you do not have to bike the entire route, but whatever length of it you prefer. Glad you enjoyed!

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  17. Mick Krug

    I think Pebble Beach is one of the best places to visit. According to your webpage, there is so much to see and do. The drive along the coast there must be awesome. Pics and videos probably don’t do it justice. I used the pic of the 7th hole green for my golf website. The pics of the Pebble Beach area and the video are awesome!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, it is awesome here Mick, and the golfing cannot be beat. So if you are a golfer, then Pebble Beach is a paradise. Shoot I love the beach, so for me it is paradise along with the absolute beauty of Pebble Beach. Thanks for stopping by!

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  18. kuu Kusi-Yeboah

    Going to California for me is like going to my second home. I really enjoy everything that it has to offer. But what I love the most is going to the beach. The beach is spectacular and you always to meet wonderful people. If you haven’t gone to California yet then you should put it on your dream board. It’s worth the money. Thanks for the post Leahrae. I always love coming to this website. Keep up the hard work.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you so much Kuu. Yes, I have been to California many times, and if it weren’t so expensive for the cost of living, I would probably be living there. It is definitely worth vacationing too and yes, the beaches are awesome. Thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations.

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  19. Rob

    I love to go to destinations where it’s not only beautiful, but different too. Pebble beach is one of those places. What’s not to love especially if you love nature and are an outdoor person?
    Stillwater Cove is the one place that really sticks out for me. I would definitely want to see that. And after watching the video on Pebble Beach, I’m sold! I would just love it there! Thanks you for an awesome article! Count me in! 🙂

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, it is such a beautiful place. I honestly don’t know what is not to love 🙂 Thanks for stopping by to visit Pebble Beach and leaving me some comments. Please let me know if you need any additional information.

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