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AsilomarState Beach- www.visitasilomar.com
Asilomar state beach is a perfect mix of rocky shores and sandy beaches. This state beach is the perfect place to watch the sunset, explore the tide pools or take a stroll on the beach.                                                                 

CarmelBeach - www.carmelcalifornia.com
CarmelBeach is a picturesque white sand beach that forms the western border of Carmel. Visitors to this beautiful beach will find that it is one of the few places that you can go to have a fire, walk your dog without a leash or just watch the sunset while drinking a bottle of wine.                                                  

Del Monte Beach - www.seemonterey.com
Named for the historic Del Monte Resort is popular for surfing and beachcombing, and is known mostly to locals. It is tucked away west of Del Monte Avenue; follow Casa Verde Way west and up the hill for beach access and free parking.

Lover’s Point Beach - www.seemonterey.com
For over 100 years, Lovers Point Beach has been Pacific Grove's most popular spot for shoreline recreation. Surfers love its reliable waves, while kayakers find it a perfect launching spot from which to get out on Monterey Bay and view the coastline and native wildlife. Scuba divers frequent the kelp forests here to get a close-up view of its marine denizens. Landlubbers can compete on the beach volleyball court.                  

McAbeeBeach - www.yelp.com
Located on historic Cannery Row, this beach is used by SCUBA divers and surfers, and is within walking distance to many restaurants and shopping areas.

PfeifferBeach - www.bigsurcalifornia.org
Drive a mile off highway 1 thru fern a fern lined canyon. Pfeiffer beach is a short walk through the cypress tress, which opens up to a beautiful sandy beach. With the rocky cliffs as a backdrop you can relax on the beach while viewing the rock formations with their many tunnels carved out by the oceans strong currents.