Things to do in Cambria, CA
A one-mile boardwalk that winds along the coastline between Cambria’s north end and Leffingwell Landing with many wooden benches along the way.
Untouched preserved land that you can walk/hike on. Also has a trail along the coast.
A museum like no other” William Randolph Hearst started to build a fabulous estate on his ranchland overlooking the village of San Simeon in 1919. He called the estate “La Cuesta Encantada” – Spanish for The Enchanted Hill. By 1947, the hilltop complex included a twin-towered main building, three sumptuous guesthouses, and 127 acres of terraced gardens, fountains, and pools. — Take Highway 1 North, about 7 miles from Cambria.
It is about 5 miles past Hearst Castle. It is a rare opportunity to watch them throughout the year as they mate, fight, feed, raise their young and catch some sun.
House made out of garbage, trinkets and recycled knick-knacks. 881 Hillcrest Drive, Cambria, CA
Best seafood on the central coast! In between Moonstone Landing and Little Sur Inn. Restaurant open 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Usually, a line at the door at opening. There is a lounge inside and a fire pit outside where you can enjoy a beer or glass of wine while you wait. They will also take your name and number down on the waitlist, so you may wait in the room with your drinks.
International cuisine in a charming space with indoor and outdoor patio seating. 4095 Burton Drive, Cambria. Hours are 11:00am to 9:00pm
Fantastic chicken fried steak, halibut, steaks, breads and desserts. 2248 Main Street, Cambria. 5:00 pm until closing.
Great breakfast spot! American style comfort food. Famous for their chicken pot pies and desserts. 2277 Main Street, Cambria. 8:00 am to 9:30 pm
Best street-style tacos in the area! Their al pastor is their claim to fame and always worth a try! Monday thru Friday they are located at 2405 Village Ln, 2nd driveway behind the hardware store off Burton Dr. 8:30am-3:30pm. On the weekend they are next to Pacific Premier bank on Main St in their Taco Truck/Trailer 10am-sold out.
If you like wine tasting, there are over 200 wineries to visit in the area. Local favorites in the county are: