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The chain of ancient volcanic peaks stretch from San Luis Obispo to the Pacific. A chain of ancient volcanic peaks, which stretch from San Luis Obispo to the Pacific, provide a great chance for visitors to explore the outdoors. Known to locals by many names including the Nine Sisters, Cerros and  Morros,...

  Cooler climates south of Cuesta Grade make for great whites and pinots   Wine country San Luis Obispo is a region known for its Chardonnay...

SLO Ocean Currents can lead the way  For more information on SCUBA diving lessons, click here “Learning to dive has been the best experience of our...

The Dallidet Adobe, designated as California Historical Landmark #720, opens visitors’ eyes to a period in time when the Central Coast was sparsely settled,...

Claiborne and Churchill 2649 Carpenter Canyon Rd San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 (805) 544-4066 ...

Central Coast Railroad Festival Wine Rail Excursions The late afternoon sun slanted through the windows of the northbound Coast Starlight as she slipped...

Central Coast Food Tours Nothing can connect someone to the character of a region like its cuisine. When a delicious morsel made from locally grown food...

Mama’s Meatball serves up much more than Italian cuisine While working in England, Nicola Allegretta, owner of Mama’s Meatball Fine Italian Restaurant...

Look at the new design! The San Luis Obispo County Visitors Guide just got a major upgrade. The front cover of the quarterly guide was totally redesigned...

Autry Cellars has opened a new tasting room and winery in the heart of Edna Valley, just in time for the 2011 harvest.  Steve Autry has been making wine...