Discover Big Sur
When visiting Big Sur, there are many activities to take part in such as whale watching tours, hikes along the coastline or through the forests, and breathtaking drives through winding roads. Visitors can also enjoy amazing sunsets over the Pacific Ocean as well as stargazing on clear nights with little light pollution. For those looking for more leisurely activities there are plenty of restaurants to taste local dishes from fresh seafood caught daily from the ocean to farm-to-table organic produce grown nearby.
Two "must dos" in Big Sur are experiencing Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and McWay Falls which offer some of the most picturesque views in California with a waterfall cascading into an aqua blue cove near Highway One. Both parks are known for their breathtaking beauty that will leave visitors feeling awe inspired by nature's beauty mixed with urban culture on this stretch of coastal paradise.
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