This route goes all the way to Highway 46, winding through the hills east of Cambria, but that doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on the sights! With wine and pie on the way and plenty of hilltop vistas, these 40 miles will likely become your favorite ones of all.
Points of Interest:
- Shops in East & West Village
The vibrant artist community in Cambria includes designers, artists, craftspeople and you will find special treasures you will not see anywhere else. You will not find any chain stores here, but you will be charmed by the eclectic array of shops from antiques to apparel and unique gifts to specialty shops. You never know what you might discover when you explore the town.
- Stolo Family Vineyards & Winery
Sitting at the base of a sun-kissed, nine-acre vineyard, the farmhouse and old dairy barn at Stolo Family Vineyards dates back to the late 1800s. Less than three miles from the Pacific Ocean, the vineyards thrive in Cambria’s unique microclimate, producing unmatched coastal style Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir, and Syrah.
- Linn’s Farm Store
Here’s where you’ll find all of Linn’s packaged comfort foods to enjoy during your visit to Cambria or to take home with you, including many of the sauces we serve at Linn’s Restaurant and Easy as Pie Cafe. Find your favorite Linn’s fruit preserves, frozen ready-to-bake pies, pancake and other baking mixes, Syrups, fruit teas, candies, snacks, and more.
- Moonstone Beach
Famous for its dramatic coastline and breathtaking views, the Moonstone Beach Boardwalk is where your Cambria seaside escape begins. Whether you want to sink your toes into the sand, catch glimpses of marine life swimming by, explore living tide pools, or head out to sea for surfing, boating and other aquatic adventures, you will find there is something for everyone to enjoy on Moonstone Beach.