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From the scenic wineries and vineyards of Napa Valley and Sonoma County, to the bustling, world-famous metropolis of San Francisco, to the tranquil, beautiful coastal towns - the central coast of California region has enough attractions and beauty to entertain any tourist for weeks on end. There is no better way to get around the central California coast than on the famous Pacific Coast Highway (PCH or California Highway 1). The PCH is a beautiful drive that begins south of Los Angeles and slowly winds its way up the coast through San Luis Obispo, Carmel, Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Marin County, and finally terminates in Mendocino County. This drive takes you through the best that California has to offer - dozens of historical landmarks, amazing views of coastal beaches and cliffs, and access to some of the most famous cities in the country.
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