Routinely named one of the world’s best scenic drives, San Luis Obispo County’s 80-mile (128 kilometers) stretch of Highway 1 is all about the landscapes, from the majestic rocky shore off Ragged Point all the way down to the wild, windswept dunes of Oceano.
These views of the prime Pacific coastline are prized, loved and highly photographed by locals and visitors alike. An endless list of activities are available along Highway 1 in SLO CAL. Spot passing whales and dolphins from the shore or aboard a watching tour. Laugh at the seals and otters playing amongst the surf. Marvel at the arts and antiques around every corner of Hearst Castle. Learn to surf the waves or paddle through sea caves. No matter what you choose, adventure along the 'Pacific Coast Highway' in SLO CAL for the California road trip of a lifetime!
Orchards, vineyards and colorful flower fields welcome visitors to Nipomo.
The coastal community of Oceano is all about freedom, fun and variety.
Grover Beach is known for its undulating sand dunes, some of the only driveable in California.
Classic California is alive at Pismo Beach and Shell Beach, where fun in the is sun year-around.
Said to be one of the “Happiest Cities in America,” San Luis Obispo is full of adventure.
A calming bayside oasis awaits in Los Osos + Baywood Park, home to Montana de Oro State Park.
Morro Bay is alive with family-friendly activities, heightened by sun and sand.
Cayucos is an undiscovered, laid-back seaside town, loved for its plethora of recreational activities.
Step back in time in Harmony, a town known for its vast heritage and tiny population of 18.
Cambria is famous for its dramatic coastal landscape, nested where ocean meets pine forests.
San Simeon is home to world-famous Hearst Castle, known for lush gardens and towering terraces.
Ragged Point provides breathtaking coastal wonders along California’s iconic Highway 1.