There's no shortage of amazing photo opps in Monterey County ranging from epic rocky coastal vistas to vineyard laden valley views. It seems as though there is a breathtaking view almost everywhere you turn and lucky for you we have rounded-up of some of the most instagrammable locations within our diverse region.

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1. Bixby Bridge, Big Sur

Make your friends jealous with Bixby Bridge as the background of your next selfie. Located just off of Highway One in Big Sur this bridge has been the main actor in several car commercials. For the best views of this architectural feat pull off at Hurricane Point, you'll know when you've arrived.

Bixby Bridge, Big Sur

Hurricane Point, Big Sur

2. The Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail

The waterfront Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail stretches through a stunning 29 miles, from Castroville all the way to Pacific Grove. The epic pedestrian and bike path hugs the coast while hitting iconic hot spots like Old Fisherman's Wharf, Cannery Row, Monterey Bay Aquarium and Asilomar State Beach. It will be hard to choose from just one snapshot spot along the way!

Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail

3. River Road Wine Trail, Salinas Valley

Get a slice (or wedge) of the "salad bowl of the world" and take the road less traveled through the River Road Wine Trail in the Salinas Valley. Weaving through Steinbeck country you will pass a variety of agriculture fields producing everything from lettuce, broccoli to Pinot Noir grapes. Hahn Winery and Paraiso Vineyards boast some of the best views of the region's rolling hills, plentiful vineyards and lush fields.

River Road, Salinas Valley

4. Marina State Beach, Marina

With expansive sandy beaches, rolling waves and graceful hang gliders overhead it's hard to mess up a picture at Marina State Beach. Take the Reservation Road exit off Highway One which leads to a convenient parking lot with easy access to the beach below. If you're lucky you might even spot a migrating whale spout or a few twirling dolphins in the distance!

Marina State Beach, Marina

5. The Open Sea Gallery, Monterey Bay Aquarium

No visit to the Monterey Bay Aquarium Bay is complete without a silhouette pic in the Open Sea Gallery. The Aquarium's largest exhibit is home to all sorts of sea creatures sure to photobomb your next profile pic including glittering schools of sardines, massive prehistoric sunfishes, majestic hammerhead sharks and more. Your friends are going to be so jelly!

Open Sea Gallery, Monterey Bay Aquarium

6. High Peaks, Pinnacles National Park

With its unique jagged formation and rock spires from weathered remains of an ancient volcano, Pinnacles National Park offers many opportunities for great photographs. The strenuous High Peaks Loop within the park is easily paid off once you reach the top. Your Instagram followers might even think you're in Arizona rather than California!

High Peaks, Pinnacles National Park

7. Sea Otters, Moss Landing

Wave to hello to Monterey's favorite mascot at Moss Landing State Beach and the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing! Sea otters flock to a particularly protected cove near the dunes on Moss Landing State Beach where you can often find clusters of otters huddled together in "rafts" which can contain up to 40 of the furry little critters. Head out on the Elkhorn Slough for a closer look with a kayak rental or book a trip on the Elkhorn Slough Safari.

Sea Otter, Elkhorn Slough

8. McWay Falls, Big Sur

It's not everyday you see a waterfall crashing down into the ocean. The majestic McWay Falls is an easy 0.5 mile stroll along the "Overlook Trail" in Big Sur's Julia Pfeffier Burns State Park. The raging waterfall runs year round and plummets down a steep granite cliff into a picturesque cove which flows directly into the Pacific Ocean. Talk about a magnificent photo opp!

McWay Falls, Big Sur

9. Lovers Point, Pacific Grove

Have you ever seen a photo of the sun rising from the ocean on the west coast? I wouldn't believe it either if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes! Lovers Point in Pacific Grove offers one of the only spots on the west coast where you watch the sun rise over the water due to its unique east-facing location. Take that east coast!

Lovers Point, Pacific Grove

10. Point Lobos, Carmel

Coined as "the greatest meeting of landing and sea in the world" Point Lobos begs to have its photo taken. Whether you capture a frame of the crashing waves along the rocky coast, a still of the redwoods or a snapshot of a sea otter grooming her pup there's something here to bring out your inner photographer.

Point Lobos, Carmel

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