MORRO BAY / CAYUCOS, CA
THE GIBRALTAR OF THE PACIFIC
Morro Bay remains a hotspot for fishing, seasonal fowl hunting, boating, and whale watching. It is also a great spot for hiking, camping and RV’ing, with several spots to choose from. See the amazing Morro Rock, the namesake of the city itself, and set up camp nearby in Morro Bay State Park.
There are great places to eat fresh seafood, or catch your own! Weather is typically gorgeous, even by Southern California’s standards. The Marina offers a location for sailing all different kinds and sizes of ocean vehicles. Be sure to make Morro Bay a stop on your vacation to the Central Coast.
By Gaby Mendoza Have you visited Morro Bay lately? If not, get ready for an adventure. It’s a magical place, where you can find sweet spots not only outdoors, but indoors, as well. First and foremost, Morro Rock is a spectacular site and the bay is gorgeous. Seagulls caw in the distances and seals bark…
Stax Wine Bar in beautiful Morro Bay is a cut above the rest. Whereas most wine clubs offer the same wines year after unoriginal year, Stax features over one hundred wines from local and international sources. They hunt high and low for the best from California and elsewhere. As if that wasn’t enough, they offer food and weekly specials.