Few spots in the state loom as large in the Californian imagination as Big Sur, a raw and rugged stretch of coastline nestled between the craggy Santa Lucia Range and the pounding surf of the Pacific Ocean.
Carmel & Monterey
The quaint coastal towns of Carmel and Monterey, on California’s Monterey Peninsula, are brimming with pretty beaches, secluded coves, fascinating local history, indulgent eateries and boutique hotels, all under the watchful eye of the Santa Lucia mountain range, and surrounded by dozens of sensational vineyards dotted throughout Carmel Valley.
Los Angeles - Beverly Hills and Hollywood
Exuding golden age glamour and heavy with cinematic significance, Los Angeles - Hollywood and Beverly Hills belong firmly on any culture-obsessed bucket list.
Los Angeles - Santa Monica
With 310 days of sunshine annually, miles of golden sands, a pounding surf why wouldn’t you choose Santa Monica for your luxury holiday? Not to mention the hiking trails of the Santa Monica mountains.
With shimmering cobalt waters set against the dramatic backdrop of the snowcapped peaks of the Sierra Nevadas, Lake Tahoe’s spectacular scenery has been seducing visitors for centuries.
Locals don’t count years lived in Mammoth Lakes, they count epic winters survived! Visiting this magnificent mountain town and its vast wilderness surroundings hidden deep in the heart of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, is no small adventure.
Napa & Sonoma
America’s most renowned viticulture region has long been lauded for Chardonnays and Pinots, but clued-up travellers don’t go purely for the vintages.
The decadent desert hideaway of the Rat Pack in the 1950s and 1960s has recently reemerged as a hip hangout for 21st century holiday makers, whether you are a hedonist, architecture buff, culture lover or spa-seeker.
Throughout California, San Diego has a reputation for reliably delivering Southern California’s distinct brand of the good life to you whilst on holiday.
Few cities can offer you the abundant cultural riches of San Francisco, the dynamic and addictive Northern Californian peninsula famous for freedom, fabulousness, food and fog.
With evocative Spanish Mission-style architecture, an innovative farm-to-table culinary scene, countless barrel rooms and microbreweries all set against the dramatic backdrop of the Santa Ynez Mountains.
Yosemite National Park
Stretching across the western slopes of the Sierra Nevadas, 200 miles east of San Francisco, Yosemite is California’s busiest national park, with over 3.7 million visitors each year.
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