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It is one of the quaintest towns in the USA with narrow cobblestone streets, tiny cottages coated in greenery and flowers
Make sure to stop for a few minutes here to soak up the views and take some pictures.
3. Andrew Molera State Park
Andrew Molera’s landscapes are incredibly diverse, with meadows, beaches, hilltops, and bluffs on the repertoire.
A visit to this park is a great way to connect with the mountainous side of Big Sur, the nature, and wildlife
5. Pfeiffer Beach
Set two miles south of Pfeiffer State Park, this beach boasts purple sand.
Stop at the state park to gaze at McWay Falls, an 80-foot waterfall that cascades down from the cliffs.