Monterey Bay Peninsula - Explore the Pacific Ocean
Grab your paint brush and fill a blank canvass with vibrant hues of greens and blues, or flip through the pages of your field guide to identify the majestic sea birds soaring along the coast. The pristine coastline of the Monterey Bay is an unparalleled vacation destination for nature and ocean lovers alike. Sunbathe on the sun kissed shores or take a relaxing nature walk along the rolling tides. For romantic couples, a scenic drive down the Pacific Coast Highway is not to be missed.
About 4 year(s) ago by Inns of Monterey No Comments
The Monterey Bay is home to one of the largest marine sanctuaries in the world. The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary encompasses 6,094 square miles of ocean surrounding the Monterey Bay and stretches up to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and south to the coastal town of Cambria. It is home to many mammals, birds, fish, and plants making it one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. Read More Read More about Sea Otter Awareness in Monterey
About 5 year(s) ago by Inns of Monterey No Comments
There has been no shortage of gray whale sightings off the coast and what better place to see these majestic sea creatures and their calves then from the luxury of your guest room balcony at the Monterey Bay Inn. Read More Read More about Whale Sightings in the Bay
About 8 year(s) ago by Inns of Monterey No Comments
More than a dozen killer whales have been spotted this past weekend in the Monterey Bay. The group of whales migrated into the bay to feast on a huge pod of sea lions that happened to be feasting on a giant school of anchovies. This awesome display of the food chain in action is a rare sight and one you should not miss according to local marine life experts. Read More Read More about Killer Whales on Monterey Bay