Pacific Coast Way A town worth parking on California Highway 1, between San Simeon (Hearst Castle) and Santa Barbara (Danish Town). recommend!
Morro Bay is beautiful, the town is very quiet, some restaurants are not bad, not many tourists, occasionally you can see a few surfers, the beach can be barbecued, the rock stands in the sea, very beautiful in the early morning and evening
Morro Bay has the famous Morro Rock. What surprised us was the little sea otters in the water. They danced freely on the sea, but we didn’t see it, but the boulders were shrouded in thick mist. .
Morro bay is a relatively small town where we parked overnight during our trip to the West. But this place is very close to the sea and you can see the sea view. This big rock is also very famous and can be seen from a long distance. It is said that this stone protects the town from wind and rain and is the treasure of the town. This rock is actually not far from the town, about 2 kilometers, all the way is the sea, you can enjoy the sea view, and occasionally you can hear the calls of seals.
The port is really beautiful, with many private boats. There are also some seaside shops. One side of the big rock is the surfing area, and the other side is the sea-viewing area. There are self-service boats at the port. It takes about two hours to go out for dinner.
Morro Bay is a seaside town. There is also an open-air museum and a rock park. Tickets are required. You can see it from a distance without going in. The waves are very big, there are many surfers, and there are many shops selling surfing supplies on the beach. .