By Malvika Kashyap
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Around 90 miles of central California's mountainous coastline make up the Big Sur region, find out 10 Recommended Attractions & things to do in Big Sur, CA
1. Pfeiffer Beach Just over a mile south of Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park's entrance is the two-mile, winding road that leads to Pfeiffer Beach
2. Bixby Bridge The Bixby Bridge is a well-known landmark of the Big Sur coastline that attracts travellers from all over the world to take pictures of. Additional name: Bixby Canyon Bridge
3. State Park The name Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park honours a significant Big Sur pioneer. In the state park, you can discover high landscapes near to the coast
4. Natural Reserve Point Lobos, which located at the northernmost point of the Big Sur coast, is a favourite spot for photographers, SCUBA divers, and a variety of species.
5. Visit Ragged Point Ragged Point is sometimes one of the first stops when passing through Big Sur for tourists travelling north.
6. Big Sur Station A trip to Big Sur should start at Big Sur Station. Just south of the entrance to Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, it is situated in the centre of this rocky shoreline
7. Memorial Library The late author and Big Sur inhabitant Henry Miller's writings and persona are the focus of the nonprofit Henry Miller Library.
8. Partington Cove Partington Cove, located two miles north of Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, provides access to the ocean via a coastal canyon.
9. Point Sur State Historic Park The turn-of-the-century Point Sur Lighthouse serves as the focal point of Point Sur State Historic Park.
10. Hearst Castle On the Central California coast, about 65 miles south of Big Sur on Highway 1, is the beautiful sight Hearst Castle.
Big Sur is lovely all year round, however! You should be aware that there is a high likelihood of fog if you visit in the summer, say from June to August.
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