Travel to the West coast of United States
Day 3 Monterey - San Francisco (150 Km.)
The Monterey peninsula is a fortunate mixture of the Spanish heritage with the agitation of the influx of international communities. Its bay and hills have been evoked by poets, artists and photographers. It is the ideal place to rent a small yacht and travel around the bay.
Monterey: In Monterey is the Cannery Row, famous for the author John Steinbeck, is renewed today Day as a unique center for family activities and shopping. Since Monterey we are going to Carmel by the 17 Mile Drive, a private road that is moving along the coast between mansions and golf courses.
Monterey - 17 Miles Drive - Lone Pine
Carmel: To the south of Monterey is Carmel, a delightful village that stands out for its beaches and Point Lobos State Reserve, where you can see marine life.
Carmel - Mission
(in 23 Km.) Santa Cruz: The green mountains of Santa Cruz, separating the South Bay from the Pacific coast. You can travel on a train to the era of steam through the woods and enjoy the sun in the crowded beaches of the community of Santa Cruz, with its amusement park near the sea.
Santa Cruz - Beach Volleyball Championship
(in 127 Km.) San Francisco.