PACIFIC GROVE

Pacific Grove, California has a classic Main Street, USA feel. With one of the oldest continually operating lighthouses in the country and a classic 1932 golf course partially designed by Jack Neville, Pacific Grove holds many old-fashioned charms.

Pacific Grove Attractions

Pacific Grove also has a thoroughly modern focus on green elements like nature and sustainability. Its beaches, located right on the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Asilomar State Beach and Lovers Point Beach are perfect spots for kayaking or surfing — and some of the fish you see on the Bay may turn up in your sustainable seafood dinner that night. If you're fortunate enough to be in Pacific Grove during the fall or winter, you can catch the annual migration of tens of thousands of Monarch butterflies who take up residence in the pines and eucalyptus trees of the Monarch Grove Butterfly Sanctuary.

Looking for ideas on how to spend your Pacific Grove vacation? Take a look at a sample itinerary and plan a week in “America’s Last Hometown!”

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Pacific Grove Walking Tour

Take a self-guided walking tour around a few of Pacific Grove's most historic buildings and charming Victorian homes. Click here to download a printable PDF map or stop by a Pacific Grove Visitors Center for a printed copy.

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