Highway 1 Re-Opens!
Highway 1 – America’s most iconic coastal highway – makes a comeback after the detrimental mudslides in May 2017. With full access from Cambria to Carmel, travelers are once again free to cruise the world-famous thoroughfare.
Insider’s Guide: Exploring San Simeon by Land and Sea
Spend the day in salty ocean air and explore the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary that lies right off the coast of San Simeon.
San Simeon In The News
We’re always so moved to see San Simeon profiled in the news. Read recent news stories that discuss why our…
San Simeon News
Celebrating the reopening of Highway 1 after a year of being closed, over 90 journalists and digital influencers participated in the “Dream Drive.” Participants traveled in vehicle models from 1934 to 2018, honoring the 84 years of Highway 1 being open. San Simeon was among the list of stops, and participants could soak in the many different breathtaking sights of the area. Read More >
Spend the day in salty ocean air and explore the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary that lies right off the coast of San Simeon. Read More >
The Coastal Discovery Center is offering a limited time experience to study the San Simeon Beach Tide Pools and the Whales... Read More >
Elephant seal season is in full swing in San Simeon as the females are coming to shore to birth their... Read More >
Take in the stunning – and exclusive – views of the Hearst Castle property while sipping on the region’s best... Read More >
San Simeon locals and officials gather at the sign’s ceremonious ribbon cutting. The monument alerts travelers on Highway 1 they’ve officially entered the famed seaside town. With scenic backdrops, the sign was strategically placed to encourage photos and social media posts. Read More >
When you look down from Hearst Castle, built high on his “Enchanted Hill,” you can see why he and so many guests fell in love with the view. The sparkling blue Pacific Ocean, embraced by cliffs and hill, is stunning. Of course, no trip to San Simeon is complete without getting in the water. Read More >