Even the most advanced cyclists know that after pushing your body, you need to recover. There’s nothing better after a long ride than a relaxing massage or stretching session, and Cambria has some of the best selections on the Central Coast.
Read on to learn more about the best places in town to relax, rejuvenate and recharge yourself so you can get back to your routes as soon as possible!
The Nest Spa at the El Colibri Hotel & Spa will soothe and revive your sore muscles. Whether you book a private treatment room, settle into one of the two steam rooms or simply sit back in the Jacuzzi, you’ll find yourself relaxing in no time. Treat yourself to something special after an adventurous day of cycling.
Tula Yoga offers daily yoga classes in a wide range of styles and levels. Their studio in Cambria’s West Village is the perfect place to wind down after a day of cycling, but if you’re looking for something a little different, you can also schedule private yoga classes on Moonstone Beach! Yoga mats and gear are available at their retail space, the Ocean Drifter.
This tranquil spa is conveniently located in picturesque Downtown Cambria, patiently awaiting the opportunity to help you relax. Therapy by the Sea invites you to “slip into an ocean of tranquility.” They offer individual and couples packages, spa services and massage therapy, as well as plenty of fun additions, like gift bags and wine tasting.
Located on the beautiful Cambria Pines Lodge property, the Sojourn Spa is open to guests of the lodge as well as outside visitors. Sojourn uses only organic and natural products to give you a wonderful relaxation experience. All massages include warm stones, aroma therapy and a warm herbal face compress, and each appointment is customized to suit your needs.
When you need a healthy snack to help your body recover, Soto’s True Earth Market is the place to go. They have organic, vegan and vegetarian options, as well as an incredible deli selection. With local produce and premium goods at reasonable prices, you’ll feel right at home in Soto’s. Be sure to check them off your list of historical places to visit—over the years, the building has housed a saloon, a general store and the Cambria Meat Market, and has been around since the 1860s.
If you’ve discovered any other great places for cyclists to stop and enjoy healthy, rejuvenating eats and activities, let us know!