Cambria's rugged coastline offers a great deal of versatility for explorers. There are trails for strolling or jogging along the bluff with frequent stairs down to the beach. Long stretches of walking beaches offer you a chance for beach combing, with lots of beautiful polished rocks like California jade and milky white agates, called moonstones. Benches hewn out of giant driftwood logs overlooking the majestic coastline are perfect for quiet musings, gazing out at the sunset, watching the abundant sea life or surfers. Along Moonstone Beach Drive are wonderful restaurants or you could walk into the West Village for more dining and shopping.
A Victorian Lightkeeper’s HouseBuilt in 1906, this historic house was originally the lightkeeper's residence at the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse, gateway to Big Sur. You will be touched by the charm and grace of this beautifully restored ocean-view Victorian.
Moonstone Beach HouseWhen you turn onto Moonstone Beach Drive to get to this home, you understand why you chose Cambria to get away for a while. People leisurely walking on the boardwalk, sitting on secluded benches on the bluffs, surfers and runners all enjoying our lovely landscape.
PinestoneThis former bed and breakfast overlooking the Pacific has been updated into a sunny, light-filled contemporary beach house. Recently renovated with maple flooring throughout, stainless steel appliances and new furnishings, this home is the perfect setting for a weekend of rejuvenating vacation bliss.