Pebble Beach, California
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Our most recommended Pebble Beach, California Day Trips

Monterey: 17-Mile Drive Guided E-Bike Tour

1. Monterey: 17-Mile Drive Guided E-Bike Tour

Soak up the beautiful coast of Northern California on this 3.5-hour guided e-bike tour. Visit Lover’s Point with a gorgeous view of the ocean and try to catch a glimpse of sea otters as you ride through the Pacific Grove Marine Gardens Conservation Area. Pay homage to the memory of John Denver as you pass his memorial, continue your trek up the coast, and have a chance to see the Point Pinos Lighthouse, which has shone since 1855. Pedal past the sandy shores of Asilomar State Beach, making stops at viewpoints to take in ocean vistas and the fresh sea breeze. Marvel at The Links at Spanish Bay, a stunning golf course with fairways overlooking the ocean, and snap a photo of China Rock and Bird Rock. Last but not least, take a minute to imagine yourself in one of the luxurious mansions along the path. Your local guides will share their knowledge of the area’s unique ocean wildlife and iconic landmarks throughout the tour. The full ride is 21 miles round trip and lasts approximately 3.5 hours, including plenty of time for photographs.

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Pacific Coastal Highway Tour to Monterey & Carmel

2. Pacific Coastal Highway Tour to Monterey & Carmel

Travel along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway from San Francisco to Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea. This full-day tour takes you along California’s stunning coast to experience the beauty of Highway 1. When you arrive at the Monterey peninsula, follow the 17-Mile Drive through Pebble Beach to visit the Lone Cypress, where your guide will stop for you to take photos of the rugged, beautiful coast. As your tour continues, visit Monterey city where you can walk down Cannery Row, or visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium (for an additional cost). From Monterey, your tour continues to the coastal town Pacific Grove, which features charming Victorian-era buildings; and the artsy Carmel-by-the-Sea, where you will visit the historic mission established in 1770. On the way back to San Francisco, drive through Silicon Valley, the tech capital of the United States; and, as you circle round the north end of San Francisco, catch a glimpse of the Seal Rocks in the distance.

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San Francisco: Monterey and Carmel Tour

3. San Francisco: Monterey and Carmel Tour

Begin your tour by traveling south on the famous Pacific Coast Highway, California Highway 1. Head to Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea. At your first rest stop in Davenport, you will have a chance to take a selfie with the whole Pacific as your backdrop.  At Monterey, you will have 2 hours on your own to explore. You can visit the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium, rent a kayak or paddleboard, hike along the coast, or take a bike to roam. You can also stroll among the quaint boutiques and art shops along the historic Cannery Row. Grab a seafood lunch at Old Fisherman’s Wharf.  Enjoy another eyeful of Pacific beauty along the scenic 17-Mile Drive through Del Monte Forest and take photographs of the hardy Lone Cyprus Tree. This famous road winds its way by magnificent homes and the spectacular coastline, between the greens and tees of world famous golf courses, and among the last remaining forest of a rare species of the Monterey Cypress.  Your scenic drive finishes at Pebble Beach Village. Upon arrival in the enchanted town of Carmel-by-the-Sea, you can explore the boutique shops on Ocean Avenue and be dazzled by the white sandy beach. If there is time, you can visit the historic Carmel Mission. Then, it will be time to head back to San Francisco. 

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What people are saying about Pebble Beach, California

Excellent tour, covered all the major spots along California coast from Santa Cruz to Monterey to Carmel by the sea with important stops along the coast with appropriate time to take photos. Our your guide Doug and river Jason were pretty amazing and Doug has a thorough knowledge and passion and he was did an excellent job explaining all the important history on the tour. 17 Mile drive and pebble Beach were pretty amazing and beautiful. In Carmel, if you do not plan to shop, consider walking to the beach, it's a 0.5 mile walk slightly tedious walk (considering all the elevations) from the bus stop but it's worth it. In Monterey, aquarium will always be sold out when you arrive unless you dont book it prior, so 2 he is a little long, but considering it in life's lunch stop too, it totally makes sense. Apart from cannery row, consider taking a walk across lovers point trail in Pacific Grove which is just next to cannery row, it's pretty scenic.

Jonathan was an excellent tour guide. The electric bikes enabled me to ride where I would not have been able to on a regular bike. Jonathan was helpful in suggesting how much battery assist to use as well. Learned a lot of things about the local area.

Zane was informative and great leader of tour. Those of us that needed help he assisted with a spirit of encouragement. He is well-versed in marine life which was a bonus. It made the beauty of ocean, come alive in another dimension.

I have learned a lot about San fransisco and the other towns around. Very interesting.

George our tour guide was funny and knew a lot about San Fransisco!