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  Imagine it is 1771 and you are traveling in the party of Padre Junipero Serra. You have traversed the lower section of Alta California on El Camino Real, The Royal Road, first established by Portola when he journeyed from the Mexican border to Monterey. Your journey today is through the oak-studded hills...

Combine a hike with some sightseeing and wine tasting Nothing will get your blood flowing and your heart pumping like a stimulating hike and there are...

Beacon of history welcomes visitors It’s hard to believe that the quiet cove at San Simeon was ever a bustling seaport, but in the late 1800s that is...

by Don Sonderling, blogger at Winer’s Delight   Mike Giubbini walks into the tasting room. He’s an affable guy with a big grin. He tells...

There is a little gem of a natural history museum located at the William Randolph Hearst Memorial Beach right across from the entrance road to Hearst...

Estrella Warbirds Museum & Woodland Auto Display For more than 20 years, the Paso Robles’ Estrella Warbirds Museum has shown steady growth with...

Most people who are new to the area can’t pronounce it at first and no one is sure what it means. But that hasn’t bothered Atascadero, pronounced ah-task-a-dare-oh,...

Take in stunning views of the Central Coast while walking through the pathways of the Piedras Blancas Light Station. Central Coast lighthouse is a beacon...

Mission San Antonio de Padua End of Mission Road PO Box 803 Jolon, CA 93928 831-385-4478 ...