California’s central coast is a hidden gem, situated perfectly between the big city meccas of Los Angeles (to the south) and San Francisco (to the north). Full of small-town charm, the central coast is home to some of the state’s most beautiful beaches, most highly sought-after wine, unique coastal towns—and plenty of reasons to be grateful this Thanksgiving season.
The first official day of Fall is just 10 days away, but you wouldn’t be able to tell on the Central Coast! Around here, we enjoy lingering summer days of sunshine and seemingly perpetual 75-degree weather, otherwise known as an Indian Summer! With lovely weather and fewer crowds visiting San Luis Obispo after the summer months are over, Fall is actually the best time to travel to San Luis Obispo County.
Isn’t it amazing that we have a designated day just for one of the most easy-to-love activities: relaxing? This August 15th is National Relaxation Day across the US. It’s the perfect opportunity to take that day off work, leave chores for another day, and give yourself a much-needed break – you deserve it!
It’s one of those long summer nights, and you’re sipping on your favorite wine while soaking in the vibrancy of another colorful Central Coast sunset. What could be better? This dream could be reality this summer with a visit to the Central Coast, a region with no shortage of fantastic sunset views – and of course, local high-quality wine galore.
Festival season is upon us! The Central Coast is teeming with excitement about upcoming events sharing live music, fresh food, and delicious local drinks. But if you can’t go to all the best Central Coast festivals, then which one should you choose?
Here on the Central Coast, we know there are many reasons to go wine tasting. Maybe even hundreds. Rather than driving yourself, wine tours are the best choice when you go wine tasting because you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from drinking and not driving.