Adventures in Cambria - Cycle Central Coast
sewa motor jogja
September 10, 2018

Adventures in Cambria

Our little section of Highway 1 is a unique gem on the Central Coast. With challenging inclines and breathtaking coastal views, you’ll get the workout you want while escaping to the ultimate getaway on the Central Coast.

Spend the night in Cambria, then head out early to ride this itinerary. As you pedal back, you’ll be able to stop at each destination, enjoying everything the area has to offer. Below, you’ll find an itinerary for your Cambria cycling adventure, by order of direction. Enjoy your ride!

North → South

Northern Elephant Seal Rookery

These oceanic giants are a sight to be seen, and you can catch a glimpse of them as they’re resting in their rookery. During peak season, thousands of animals lounge on the shore, breeding, birthing, and resting. Fortunately, there are elephant seals on the coast year-round for visitors to admire.

Elephant Seal Rookery

Hearst Castle

This lavish historical landmark is a must-see for anyone taking a trip on Highway 1. With 165 impressively decorated rooms and 127 acres of gardens, terraces, pools, and walkways, take a tour and explore William Randolph Hearst’s magical home.

Hearst Castle in San Simeon

Moonstone Beach Bar & Grill

Stop for a bite to eat on the patio of the Moonstone Beach Bar & Grill. Enjoy ocean views while you savor fresh seafood, local ingredients, and some of the best clam chowder in the area.

Moonstone Beach Bar & Grill

Moonstone Beach Boardwalk

Let the fresh ocean breeze as you go for a quick stroll on the boardwalk or head down to the sand and hunt for moonstones.

Moonstone Beach Boardwalk in Cambria

Cutruzzola Vineyards

Known for their exquisite Rieslings and pinot noirs, a stop at Cutruzzola will delight your senses. Their grapes are grown in the cool coastal climate, creating uniquely delicious flavors.

Cutruzola Vineyards menu and wine glass

Moonstone Cellars

Moonstone Cellars is a Cambrian staple, and their tucked-away tasting room is a perfect stop for both refreshing whites and full-bodied reds.

Moonstone Cellars red & white wine

Seed & Soul

Depending on what time of day you head to Seed & Soul, you can choose between a cup of coffee and a glass of beer—but the shop itself and the garden outside offer inviting spaces to sit and enjoy at all times of day.

Seed and Soul in Cambria

Indigo Moon

We’d recommend starting with some wine and cheese pairings, but after that, go wild! Indigo Moon has plenty of options, and you can explore the menu while dining in the front room, on the patio, or in the garden.

Indigo Moon restaurant in Cambria

The Shops at the Garden Shed

The Garden Shed is located in an old tin-walled creamery and filled with unique gifts and garden items—but when you venture out the back door, you’ll find a courtyard full of fascinating shops. This is a shopping experience unlike any other.

The Shops at the Garden Shed in Cambria

Linn’s Easy as Pie

It wouldn’t be a trip to Cambria without some famous olallieberry pie. This local staple is beyond delicious, but honestly, we won’t fault you for trying some of Linn’s other delicious olallieberry desserts!

Olallieberry Cream Puffs at Linn's Easy As Pie


This charming village of less than 40 people is just five miles south of Cambria, full of artisans and small-town charm. Glass blowing lessons are offered at Harmony Glass Works. You can also wine taste at Harmony Cellars, one of six wineries on the Pacific Coast Wine Trail, and grab a sweet treat at Harmony Valley Creamery on your way out.

Harmony Cellars wine near Cambria


Please fill out the below form and we’ll be sure to keep you in the know.

service genset jogja