2015 in Monterey was full of new attractions, exciting restaurant openings and a plethora of fun events. Here is our round-up of the top 10 most popular posts throughout the year. Which one did you find the most useful?

1. Top 10 Holiday Events in Monterey County

Late November and early December are packed with events that evoke the feelings these holidays were meant to engender. We could keep them all to ourselves, but in the spirit of holiday sharing, we invite you to join in the good cheer with us! Read more....

2. 10 Events to Attend this Fall in Monterey

There's no shortage of fall events in Monterey County. If you're looking for a heart-thumping auto race, a world-renowned music festival, or a delectable food and wine event, we've got you covered. Read more....

3. Best 4th of July Events in Monterey

Celebrate Independence Day (and your day off) this year where California was first born! Monterey, Pacific Grove, Carmel-by-the-Sea and Spreckels are each throwing their own hometown bashes. Read more...

4. 13 Moments to Add to Your Monterey Bucket List

Whether you have an open itinerary or a packed to-do list, Monterey offers up some unique experiences that should be on your bucket list. Below we have put together some of our favorites, we dare you to grab life by the moments and try them all! Read more....

5. Spooky Halloween Events in Monterey

Monterey County is overflowing with Halloween events (and lots of candy)! Get into the spooky spirit with an event suited for grown goblins and tiny scarecrows.Read more...

6. 5 Reasons to Visit Monterey This Fall

The Monterey Peninsula is always an excellent getaway for any traveler, and with fall on the horizon, the timing for a visit could not be any better. The fog thins out, along with the summer crowds, and the region feels as if it's our own unique treasure. Read more...

7. Best Easter Brunches in Monterey County

Looking for a way to celebrate Easter weekend in Monterey County? Overwhelmed with options? Don't worry we've cherry-picked the best Easter events and brunches and just for you. Read more...

8. Camping at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park

The two campsites at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park in Big Sur are consistently rated as two of the best on the West Coast. They’re also consistently booked up six months out. Fortunately for me, I visited the State Parks website right when someone else canceled their Sunday night reservation for spot #2, the “South Garden” site. Read more...

9. Tales from the Trail: Pfeiffer Beach, Home of the Purple Sand

I love to examine the motivation behind any of our artistic endeavors, especially photography. During my day-to-day activities at See Monterey I get to see visitors’ photos, both professional and amateur, finding out what drives there inspirations while their stay in Monterey County. I have found that the rock arch at Pfeiffer Beach is one of the most photographed landmarks in Big Sur, besides Bixby Bridge of course. Read more...

10. 12 Hours in Carmel-by-the-Sea

At just one-square-mile, Carmel-by-the-Sea is Monterey County’s smallest village, but for what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in excitement. This notoriously charming European-style town offers a plethora of activities and attractions including cozy bed and breakfasts’, art galleries, culinary delights, wine tasting rooms, performing arts venues and the famous white sands of Carmel Beach. Read more....