The Dramatic Scenery of Big Sur Very charming and incomparably romantic

This beautiful stretch along the Central Coast of California offers an opportunity for visitors to return to nature. Camping and hiking are the two most popular activities in the area, and the Garrapata and Pfeiffer Big Sur State Parks are some of the best places for this activity.

Big Sur starts about four miles south of Carmel at Yankee Point and stretches along Highway No.1 as far as Salmon Cove, about 17 miles north of San Simeon. From Highway 1 there is a beautiful view above the beautiful coastline. To the east lies the true wilderness - the Santa Lucia Mountains and Ventana Forest, with more than 220 miles of track.

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is a great place for pedestrians, sunbathing, and those looking for natural escape. The park has camping facilities and, for anyone looking for a little more comfort, Big Sur Lodge offers a peaceful retreat in a great location. One of the highlights in the park is Pfeiffer Falls, which is reached by the Valley View Trail. A branch of this line leads to the Ignoring Valley with views extending to the sea and the Big Sur River Valley.

Garrapata State Park is another popular area in Big Sur. The main attraction here is Garrapata Beach, a stretch of golden sand long, wide, crescent-shaped. The waves here can be large, and may not be the best for swimming, but it is great to walk around and bask in the sun. For those who want to exercise a little, there are also hiking trails in the park that provide stunning views of the beach, mountains and redwood.

The Dramatic Scenery of Big Sur
Very charming and incomparably romantic, Big Sur rejuvenates the soul. This heavenly location inspired novelist Henry Miller in the 1940s and continued to amaze visitors with their beautiful settings. Big Sur is an escape from all over the world, only accessible by a winding and winding two-lane road - the most dramatic and spectacular part of Highway One. The hills 90 miles from the wild and mountainous North California coast are cut off from civilization. Some points don't even have cell phone service. Despite its remote location, Big Sur is famous for luxury hotels, gourmet restaurants and luxury spa resorts. Visitors will find upscale hotels such as the Post Ranch Inn and country-style inns as easy as campsites.

Whether visitors choose to be rough or spoiled, the main image of Big Sur is natural scenery. Located in lush redwood forest, the Big Sur beach stands 1,200 meters above sea level with a stunning panoramic view of the blue Pacific Ocean. The favorite place to enjoy amazing views is on the terrace of Nepenthe Restaurant. The dangling cliff falls into the devastating ocean waves, giving a sensational view that is reminiscent of the Italian Amalfi Coast. Under the seaside mountains, the pristine beach is located between the beach cliffs. Big Sur has several state parks with extensive hiking trails through diverse and pure landscapes.