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Come Experience Breath-taking Nature!

"Great location and we were able to walk everywhere! - to restaurants, the beach, found sand dollars, saw sea otters, and the views from our rooms was beautiful!" — Facebook Review, Mary Ellen S.

This isn't your typical "Home away from Home" 
...It's even better!

 Take a short stroll down our quaint fishermen's village. Walk to the beach, or to some fine dining and shopping. 
Tour the Elkhorn Slough Wetlands ! 
Our slough is best seen on a boat with Elkhorn Slough Safari, on a kayak with Monterey Bay Kayaks, or with an eco-friendly HydroBike from Monterey HydroBikes. 
Get the best views of rare birds, sea otters, and seals.
You can also go whale-watching into the Pacific Ocean with Sanctuary Cruises and Sea Goddess.  See dozens of whales, orcas, dolphins and more!
In the evening, unwind and enjoy wonderful sunsets.

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Monterey Bay Aquarium

Learn about different animals and fish by visiting the aquarium. For over 30 years the aquarium has worked to protect the ocean like for the future generations by teaching and inspiring people.
Phil's Fish Market & Eatery

Right in the heart of Moss Landing is Phil's fish market a local family business. They have been serving some of the best seafood for 30 years.
Sanctuary Cruises

These cruises are great for whale watching and spending time with animals. Enjoy the day on the water with these great Sanctuary Cruises.
Moss Landing Cafe

This cute little cafe is a great place to enjoy some fresh seafood the best part is that you can order for there or for takeout. It is a really cozy mom and pop store.
Whisper Charters

Manresa State Beach

This beach has some coastal scrub as well as some beautiful coastal sand. Sunbath on the beach and enjoy the nature around you.
Whole Enchilada Restaurant

Have lunch or dinner at the Whole Enchilada Restaurant. They serve anything from chimichangas to some seafood. They also have some great desserts to choose from like churros, flan, and creme brulee.
Salinas River State Beach

The Salinas River State Beach is a popular fishing site it is also great for picnics, swimming, nature/ wildlife viewing, surfing, and geocaching.
Blue Ocean Whale Watching on the Monterey Bay

Wildlife lovers will love the Blue Ocean Whale Watching on the Monterey Bay. Depending on the season watch for humpback whales, grey whales, blue whales, and common dolphins.
Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

The Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve is a 1700-acre hub of activities and programs. Visitors can enjoy the five miles of trails that the center has to offer.
Haute Enchilada Café

Open daily for both lunch and dinner visitors can enjoy seafood, local produce, premium wine and craft beer on tap. Enjoy anything from enchiladas to lasagna.
Marina State Beach

Marina State Beach is a popular place to fly a kite or use a radio controlled glider. Although water activities are not recommended because of the beaches strong current the sandy beaches are a great place to soak up the sun.
Seacliff State Beach

Seacliff is known for its fishing pier and concrete freighter called the SS Palo Alto. Although the ship is not safe and closed to the public the beach remains a popular swimming spot. It has a large stretch of sand and covered picnic tables.
Beach Rides Monterey Bay Equestrian Center

Beach Rides Monterey Bay Equestrian Center has been around since 1981. They offer a range of activities like a romantic carriage for your wedding or special occasion.
Lovers Point Park

The park is located at the foot of 17th street it is 4.4 acres of landscaped park. They have a large lawn area, beach volleyball court, sandy beaches, rocky outcrops, a concrete pier, a restaurant, and a snack bar.
Rio Del Mar State Beach

This bayfront strip of family-friendly sandy beach features ample parking & nearby eateries & shops. Enjoy soaking up the sun, swimming or fishing.
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