Every day here offers up a new catch. Fisherman haul in their bounty daily, supplying fresh seafood and oysters to oceanfront restaurants and seaside markets. While Morro Bay is a true working fishing town, there’s always plenty of time for play. Morro Bay is all about relaxing, and relax you will as you mosey along the picturesque boardwalk and take in the breathtaking view of Morro Rock showing off her stuff in the middle of the bay.
Cambria: Nestled comfortably between Cayucos and San Simeon, sits the village of Cambria. It’s a seaside hamlet with a down-home charming feel. There are plenty of places along the Central Coast to lay out your towel, although in Cambria, there are no guarantees that the weather will cooperate. Historic architecture, downtown art galleries, boutique shops, and antiques lend vibrant energy to this cute town hidden among the Monterey Pines. Sure, it may be small, but Cambria is a culinary kingpin with gourmet eateries and a host of tasting rooms serving up farm-to-table feasts and the most luxurious wines the region has to offer. Village charm, delicious flavors, and natural wonders. No matter what the season or reason, it’s always easy to cozy up to Cambria.24 Central Coast Towns that You Need to Visit on Your Next Trip to California – California Crossroads
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