The Central Coast of California is a region that remains calm and tranquil. Between the Bay Area's high-tech hassles, and the megalopolis of Southern California, the Central Coast provides nice beaches, beautiful Spanish missions, and a more peaceful way of life.
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Santa Barbara is a city and metropolitan area less than 100 miles from Los Angeles but differs vastly in pace from its huge neighbor to the south.
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Santa Cruz is a small coastal city in Santa Cruz County, at the north end of Monterey Bay in California, about forty miles south of San Jose and 75 miles south of San Francisco.
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Monterey County contains a sizable part of the Central Coast of California and the southern half of Monterey Bay.
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Ventura County is a region of the Central Coast of California, though is sometimes considered part of Southern California.
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San Benito County is an inland county in the Central Coast region of California.
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Big Sur is a region on the Central Coast of California.
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Channel Islands National Park is a United States National Park comprised of a series of islands that are located off the coast of Ventura County and Santa Barbara County in Southern California.
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Not to be mistaken for the islands in the English Channel, the Channel Islands.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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