This route extends the Santa Rosa Creek Route all the way to Highway 46 for some meandering turns and challenging inclines. Start out with coffee in town and end with a healthy, nourishing lunch right across the street. In between, you’ll meet some steep climbs at the end of Santa Rosa Creek Road—but then, you’ll be able to turn around and enjoy the descent.
Points of Interest
Stolo Family Vineyards
One of Cambria’s two estate wineries, 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. Don’t miss their stunning property just outside of town.
Leffingwell Landing State Park
At the north end of Moonstone Beach you’ll find Leffingwell Landing, a part of Hearst San Simeon State Park. There are public restrooms here, as well as picnic tables and trails that lead to some beautiful ocean overlooks.
927 Beer Company
At 927, you’ll find an inviting, friendly environment frequented by many locals, a selection of table games, and a great selection of beers. They also pour wines and ciders produced by our friends on the Central Coast. While they don’t serve food, you’re welcome to bring something in to enjoy.
Seed & Soul
Venture into this quaint café for some coffee, tea, or even beer on tap! Check out the local art displayed on the walls or enjoy your beverage in the garden or on the patio.
Casual, warm, and friendly, lunches feature hearty unusual sandwiches and house-made soups, while dinners offer fancier fare, starring local seafood, fresh salads, and imaginative desserts. The many varieties of cheeses and extensive wine list make this a destination spot for locals as well as visitors. Stop in for a bite after your ride.
Linn’s Farm Store
This farm is where the Linn family began creating olallieberry delicacies that are now known all over the Central Coast and beyond. They now own a restaurant in town and a couple of smaller gift shops as well, but their original fruit stand holds a special place in Cambria’s history. Stop by Linn’s Farm Store during the summer for a taste of Linn’s famous olallieberry pie.