This lighthouse is on a small rock off the beach off California Highway 1, and is a National Historic Landmark
A pointing lighthouse in the local sea. The lighthouse gives directions to passing ships. Many tourists will visit now.
Perfect Route 1. The fun of traveling by car is to look at the mountains and the sea to see the lighthouse, stop wherever you want, take pictures here at the lighthouse, but actually a bunch of people on the road below... are all self-driving
The Sur Point Lighthouse is located on a beach along California Highway 1, this lighthouse is a historic landmark in the United States. After we came, we discovered that it is really big. The lighthouse is only open to the public every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. The environment here is great and it is definitely worth coming.
Continue to the south of Point Sur to view Point Sur State Historic Park (36.34501, -121.89323), and three sections of snow-white sandy beaches under the cliffs of South Bay. In the middle section, there is Lagoon Beach at the mouth of the Little Sur River, which is connected by the seaside beach. Point Sur Giant Rock, with Point Sur Lighthouse, suitable for photography. Continue to the Pacific Coast Highway south to the most famous Bixby Creek Bridge giant single-hole arch bridge (36.3726, -121.90327), which was the largest in the world when it was built in 1932. The scenery on both sides of the bridge is very moving. This scene is from The National Geographic. Cover photo of the World's Most Scenic Drives book.