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Recreation & Entertainment


  • Easily rejuvenate here during lunch breaks and vacations. Free time is a prized commodity considering the overwhelming number of activities one can choose. Monterey’s inclusive spectrum of recreational opportunities is inviting to beach bums, artists, history buffs and those eager to simply unwind in an extraordinary retreat and truly savor a great work-life balance.
  • Although 99 miles of coastline and 20 beaches run through Monterey, none are as world renowned as Big Sur’s majestic scenery and Pebble Beach’s golf courses. Beaches bustle with sunbathers, swimmers, sport enthusiasts and rising sandcastles. Twenty-eight parks offer more than enough room for recreation or to relax after a hard week at work.
  • The 17-mile drive down the coastline is an awe-inspiring spectacle passengers will want to periodically interrupt for pictures.
  • The arts are an integral aspect of Salinas’ culture. From the bohemian Sand City West End Celebration to thought-provoking submissions at the Carmel Film and Art Festival, creativity camaraderie surges through the community. The BLUE Ocean Film Festival is an innovative gathering that recognizes the special connection art and science can enjoy.
  • The most colorful city in the state owes its distinct personality to its history. Realize that the area’s compelling vibe sprang from the old-fashioned Old Monterey city center, one of the world’s oldest lighthouses and other remarkable leftovers from a society gone but not forgotten.