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  Central Coast of California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Central Coast is an area of California, United States, extending from Santa Cruz in the north to Santa Barbara in the south, but centering primarily on Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties.
Due to the low population density of the central coast, educational and cultural resouces are relatively scarce.
University of California campuses are found both in Santa Cruz and Santa Barbara, on the extreme north and south edges of the region, respectively.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Central_Coast,_California   (463 words)

 Online Travel Guide Central California Coast, USA
The central California region has also been featured prominently in the Pulitzer prize-winning literature of John Steinbeck, who was born and raised in Salinas, near Monterey.
California is also famous for its wines, which are produced in Napa Valley and Sonoma County, just north of the San Francisco metropolitan area.
Central California is crisscrossed by mountains and valleys, forests and rivers.
www.tripcart.com /usa-regions/Central-California-Coast.aspx   (1358 words)

 Central Coast California, California Coast, California Coast Travel, California Tour, California Vacation
A region of California in between the Bay Area and Santa Barbara, the central part of the California coast is an area known for its lack of large population centers and rich farmlands.
Due to the popular Monterey Bay Aquarium, this is a hub of activity, and probably the area of Central Coast California that has the most tourists.
Out of all the parts of California Coast travel, none is more inspiring that the pristine beaches of the central part of the California Coast.
www.destination360.com /north-america/us/california/central-coast.php   (763 words)

 Central Coast Tourism Council - Serving the Central Coast of California
The Central Coast of California comprises seven coastal counties of the Golden State, lying between Santa Cruz, two hours south of San Francisco, and Oxnard, about an hour north of Los Angeles.
The Central Coast comprises some 300 miles of the state’s inimitable coastline and 14,333 square miles of spectacular—and spectacularly varied—California landscape.
Also on the Central Coast are major attractions such as Hearst Castle, the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
www.centralcoast-tourism.com   (538 words)

 Central Coast California bike, hike, kayak & eco tours in San Luis Obispo - Full Day Bike Trips
Central Coast California bike trips and outdoor trips in San Luis Obispo California.
Central Coast Outdoors offer bike trips and outdoor trips on the Central Coast of California in San Luis Obispo.
Once on the coast, there are plenty of opportunities to soak up the ambiance of such beach towns as Avila Beach and Pismo Beach, where we picnic.
www.centralcoastoutdoors.com /fdbike.html   (1034 words)

 California Central Coast Travel Guide - Introduction - American West Travelogue
The California Central Coast Travel Guide is a resource for those planning a road trip along the magnificent stretch of Pacific Coast Highway from Santa Barbara to Monterey.
California's Central Coast offers some of the American West's most splendid scenery and attractions, from the Golden Gate to the Hearst Castle to the magnificent scenic drive on the Pacific Coast Highway (California Highway 1).
Attractions on California's Central Coast from San Luis Obispo to Monterey are accessed by The Pacific Coast Highway (California Highway 1).
www.amwest-travel.com /awt_centralcoast.html   (1177 words)

 Gold Coast Realty - Central Coast of California
Gold Coast Realty is an independent real estate brokerage company, located for the past 30 years in downtown Morro Bay.
Barbara Sanders, CRS, owner/broker, has served the real estate community on the Central Coast for the past 35 years.
When you call upon an individual agent at Gold Coast Realty, you enjoy the expertise and support of the whole office team.
www.goldcoastrealty.org   (178 words)

 Central Coast Wilds
Central Coast Wilds, a division of Ecological Concerns Incorporated, is dedicated to restoring ecological structure and function to degraded ecosystems, creating and enhancing wildlife habitat, and the conservation of local genetic resources through native plant revegetation.
Central Coast Wilds specializes in meeting the needs of individuals, businesses, farmers, and planners looking for an alternative to traditional landscape methods.
Whether your project is a home landscape renovation, a large commercial installation, creating a regional open space plan, or you simply need guidance in identifying and selecting native plants for beneficial insect attraction or erosion control, Central Coast Wilds is ready and able to meet your native plant needs.
www.centralcoastwilds.com   (149 words)

 California Central Coast Cities Information
The California Central Coast has become the premier location for those who desire the freedom and fun of the "beach life"...
Whether you seek soft sandy beaches, quaint coastal shops, inviting lush vineyards, or the freedom of the great outdoors, the Central Coast Life awaits you.
The Central Coast of California is the start of the Big Sur coastline of California, and home of one of California most popular attractions, Hearst Castle.
www.centralcoastlife.com /area_info/default.html   (676 words)

 San Luis Obispo California Travel Guide - Hotels Restaurants Wineries Activities & Tours
San Luis Obispo County is on the beautiful California Central Coast halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Located midway between San Francisco and LA on the California Central Coast, San Luis Obispo County is an easy to reach destination by car, train, or air.
The world-renowned California wine country of the Paso Robles wine country in north county and San Luis Obispo wine country in the south county provide a California wine country tour experience that may remind you of Tuscany.
www.sanluisobispocounty.com   (743 words)

 California Central Coast Golf Trail - THINGS TO DO
A place where you can enjoy a relaxing day at the beach, a romantic day of wine tasting, hiking in a breathtaking state park or touring one of the most magnificent private estates in all of America is hard to find in one location.
The Central Coast of California is quickly becoming one of the favorite vacation destinations on the West coast.
Halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles along the central California coastline is a meeting of land and sea that is an integral part of the California State Parks system.
www.centralcoastgolftrail.com /thingstodo   (962 words)

 Slow Travel USA - California Central Coast Wineries, descriptions, resources
Most people, when asked about California Wine, will think "Napa" or "Sonoma." Nowadays, most of the state has vineyards and there are many wine-growing regions, but one of the best, and one that equals Napa and Sonoma in quality, is the Central Coast.
The Central Coast starts at Paso Robles in the north, and ends at Santa Barbara in the south.
The Santa Ynez Valley is one of the loveliest areas in California.
www.slowtrav.com /usa/california/se_wine_central.htm   (1477 words)

 Central Coast Tourist Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Special events, places to see, and things to do on the Central Coast of California from the hush of the San Antonio Mission to the car show of Morro Bay.
There are currently 3 events for the Central Coast of California.
AP - Gerald R. Ford's state funeral will begin Friday in his beloved California, with the late president then to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol over the weekend, a family representative said Wednesday.
www.centralcoasttourist.com   (800 words)

 The Maturation of California’s Central Coast Viticultural Region
It's hard to imagine that little more than a decade ago California's Central Coast was largely viewed as an enological backwater, with neither Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, or Zinfandel capable of outperforming the competition from Napa Valley and Sonoma County.
Pinot Noir was struggling to find a home in the Central Coast, but only a couple of vineyards were yielding fruit to match northern examples, most notably the Sanford and Benedict Vineyard near Lompoc and the Bien Nacido Vineyard on the Santa Maria Mesa.
A decade ago most Central Coast wineries followed the northern lead of offering a spectrum of established varietals to their customers.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/california_wine/94932   (454 words)

 Central Coast Marketing Team
The Central Coast Region is compromised of the counties of Monterey, San Luis Obispo, San Benito, Santa Barbara and the Cities of Gilroy, Santa Cruz, and Morgan Hill.
The million plus citizens, who reside in the Central Coast, live mainly in coastal communities or in urban clusters that form the many cities and towns of the region.
The Central Coast is an affluent area marked by above average incomes and healthy retail sales.
www.ca-central-coast.org   (250 words)

 California Central Coast Golf Trail - Welcome
The Central Coast Golf Trail, situated in the heart of California halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, offers a year-round Mediterranean climate, which is perfect for playing golf during any season.
This unique and ideal setting is exemplified in the beauty and charm of the Central Coast region of California and the courses offered on the Central Coast Golf Trail.
The Central Coast Golf Trail is located in and around San Luis Obispo County on California’s beautiful Central Coast.
www.centralcoastgolftrail.com   (424 words)

 California's Central Coast Travel: Tourism Directory & Vacation Guide for California's Central Coast, California
The Central Coast is made up of the wild coastline and wonderful beaches that California is famous for.
In the northern part of the Central Coast, visit beautiful Santa Cruz with its superb beach and the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
The waves at Big Sur are legendary and only one of the countless places along the Central Coast that is a paradise for surfers.
www.californiacoast-worldweb.com   (219 words)

 Your personal Adventure and Travel Guide for the Central California Coast
There are few places on earth as magnificent as California's Central Coast.
Whether you are fortunate enough to live in the area or are just visiting, the Central California Coast Interactive CD-ROM is truly an indispensable reference.
Complete with more than 500 high-quality photos with captions, a full-screen slide show, over 100 pages of printable information guides and maps, contact information, addresses, Internet website links, and much more; it is an incredible tool containing everything necessary for planning a lifetime of adventures.
centralcalcoast.com   (125 words)

 Central Coast Section Home
The Central Coast Section of the American Planning Association serves San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.
CPF is a non-profit with a mission of furthering the professional practice of planning in California.
The California Central Coast Section of the American Planning Association recently donated a collection of 32 new planning books to local libraries.
www.centralcoastapa.org /index.html   (332 words)

 Central Coast California bike, hike, kayak & eco tours in San Luis Obispo - Home
The Central Coast of California has some of the wildest coastline and largest unspoiled open spaces in the state.
It is home to the crashing surf and hiking trails of Big Sur, the scenic Pacific Coast Highway, several wine growing regions and a world class National Estuary in Morro Bay.
We specialize in incredible outdoors tours on the Central Coast of California.
www.centralcoastoutdoors.com   (287 words)

 Amazon.com: Missions of the Central Coast (California Missions): Books: June Behrens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Missions of the Southern Coast (California Missions) by Nancy Lemke
The book is divided into four sections that cover early life on the California Coast, the history of the missions, the process of secularization, and the missions in modern times.
Charts the histories of the California missions of Santa Barbara, La Purisima Concepcion, and Santa Ines, and briefly describes life among the Chumash Indians before the arrival of the Spaniards.
www.amazon.com /Missions-Central-Coast-California/dp/0822519305   (1020 words)

 Central Coast travel guide - Wikitravel
The Central Coast of California is a region that remains calm and tranquil.
Between the Bay Area's high-tech hassles, and the megalopolis of Southern California, the Central Coast provides nice beaches, beautiful Spanish missions, and a more peaceful way of life.
The nearby Monterey Peninsula is home to a number of Central Coast highlights including the Monterey Bay Aquarium, 17-Mile Drive, Cannery Row and downtown Pacific Grove.
wikitravel.org /en/Central_Coast_(California)   (438 words)

 Travel for Kids: California Central Coast
The Central Coast has some of the most glorious scenery in California, especially Highway 1 from Monterey to Morro Bay.
In the winter months, thousands of butterflies migrate to the central California coast, and this Monarch grove is one of the best viewing sites.
Gorgeously illustrated life cycle of the monarch butterfly, from egg to caterpillar and chrysalis, the new butterfly, fall and spring migration.
travelforkids.com /Funtodo/California/Central_Coast/centralcoast.htm   (486 words)

 Find California Central Coast hotel locations with our Pacifica Hotels map
The Central Coast of California includes over 260 miles of California beaches, some among the most beautiful in the world.
Famous California locations like Cambria, San Luis Obispo, Pismo Beach, and Santa Barbara all have their own feel and special attractions unique only to them.
One of California’s oldest communities, San Luis Obispo stretches along the beautiful coast of California with miles and miles of beaches.
www.pacificahotels.com /centralcoast.php   (228 words)

 Home :: CA Coast Info
Steve’s ATV and Hummer tours is the only place on the central coast where you can do it all.
California's Central Coast has a lot to offer.While most of you are looking for motels, hotels, BandB Inn or other forms oflodging (including camping) I invite you to discover Pismo Beach in the southto San Simeon's Hearst Castle in the north.
New Giclee images by Dennis Curry captures the essence of Spring in the coastal hills of central California
www.cacoastinfo.com   (235 words)

 Adelaide Inn—a California Central Coast Hotel
The Adelaide Inn in Paso Robles, California, is in the heart of wine country and near San Luis Obispo close to area attractions like the Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Morro Bay, and more.
Come explore the sights and attractions of California’s Central Coast wine country during your vacation in the Paso Robles area.
California Central Coast Vacation Rental offers in Pismo Beach, CAThe Adelaide Inn near the Central Coast of California welcomes our guests’ comments in order to provide the best vacation experience and hotel deals.
www.adelaideinn.com /central-coast-california-hotel-map.asp   (605 words)

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