Tour de Monterey & Carmel

  • Tour de Monterey. Notre tour de Monterey traverse la côte pacifique jusqu'à Monterey et Carmel-by-the-sea. En arrivant dans la ville magique de Carmel-by-the-Sea, vous pouvez faire les boutiques et visiter Carmel Mission et être ébloui par le sable blanc des plages. Visiter le célèbre 17-mile drive et ou les pros jouent à Pebble Beach. Notre tour de Montereycomprends des arrêts optionnels à Half Moon Bay ou Santa Cruz. Ce tour est complètement adaptable selon vos besoins. 

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  • Tour en bus de Monterey et Carmel d'une journée. Dans notre tour d'une journée à Monterey et Carmel vous visiterez Monterey Bay, 17-Mile scenic drive, Pebble Beach & et la pittoresque Carmel-by-the-Sea. Après avoir passé la route accidentée Highway 1, vous arriverez dans la baie de Monterey. Là, vous verrez le très beau quai de Monterey avec une chance de visiter l'aquarium. Vous pourrez aussi passer du temps dans le célèbre Cannery Row contenant des hôtels luxueux et des restaurants. Puis notre excursion le long du Pacific grove vous fera apercevoir Pebble Beach et Lone Cypress Tree. Ensuite notre visite de Monterey et Carmel vous emmèneras dans la magique ville de Carmel-by-the-Sea. Vous pouvez faire les boutiques et visiter Carmel Mission et être ébloui par le sable blanc des plages. Après avoir visité la baie de Monterey, 17-Mile drive, & Carmel-by-the-Sea nous rentrerons à San Francisco et nous vous déposerons à votre hôtel.

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  • Monterey Tour by Bus - from $89 - The Monterey Tour by Bus is one of San Francisco's newest and most exciting tours. Take a trip from San Francisco to Monterey & Carmel in style and enjoy some of California's most beautiful tourist attractions. Take in the wonderful views of the Pacific Ocean along Highway 1 as you drive through Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz. Stop off at Cannery Row, made famous in novels by Nobel Prize Winning author, John Steinbeck. Pass by the infamous Pebble Beach Golf Course, host of the 2010 U.S. Open Golf Tournament, as you continue along the 17-mile drive. Stop at the iconic Lone Cypress Tree along the way and drive through Pacific Grove. Enjoy this adventure and learn more about the history of Monterey & Carmel from an experienced tour guide.

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  • Corporate Monterey & Carmel Bus Charter

    Monterey and Carmel are full of things to see and do and even the drive there on Highway 1 is amazing. The spectacular coastline, 17-Mile-Drive, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Pebble Beach, Cannery Row and picturesque Carmel-by-the-Sea with its small shops and boutiques are waiting for you! The Monterey business charter is perfect for corporate getaways or celebrations and can be customized to fit your group’s needs.

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  • Private Monterey Tour From San Francisco

    Monterey and Carmel are waiting for you! Be amazed by the views along historic Highway 1 and by the beauty of 17-Mile-Drive. There are many different options to make your Private Monterey Tour an unforgettable experience. Visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium or go shopping in picturesque Carmel by the sea. Or even take some time to play golf - we will organize all activities for you and your group. The itinerary of your Private Monterey tour is fully customizable to fit your group’s needs.

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Monterey Bay Area History

Monterey Bay has great geologic and biological significance, with an incredible abundance of sea life just off shore in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, which borders 276 miles of California’s spectacular coastline. There is a huge, deep undersea trench which creates an environment rich in every kind of sea-life imaginable, from plankton to sea otters to dolphins and whales. Monterey is also home to the world famous Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the gateway to the spectacular Big Sur area, where 5000 foot mountains tower above the roaring Pacific Ocean.

Monterey Bay was the site of the first Europeans to visit the land that became California. When Mexico gained its independence, it was the provincial capital of Alto California. When the territory was ceded to the U.S., the new state held its constitutional convention there. Several waves of industrial scale whaling and fishing exploited the bounty of the huge undersea trench offshore creating several booms and busts. Author John Steinbeck (Grapes of Wrath) grew up in Salinas and spent much of his creative effort writing about the Monterey area in his books Tortilla Flat and Cannery Row. Today, the area is a mixture of nature and culture, of historical past and vibrant present.