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Monterey County

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Monterey County [1] contains a sizable part of the Central Coast of California and the southern half of Monterey Bay.

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While best known for the wild coastline of Big Sur and the historic Monterey Bay, Monterey County includes the rugged Coastal Range and the inland corridor of U.S. Highway 101.

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  • Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau, E Franklin St & Camino El Estero, Monterey, (toll free: +1 877 666-8373, ), [2]. Summer: M-Sa 9AM—6PM, Su 9AM—5PM; Winter: M-Sa 9AM—5PM, Su 10AM—4PM; Closed on Thanksgiving, December 25, January 1, Easter.

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  • Monterey Peninsula forms the southern end of Monterey Bay. The towns of Monterey and Carmel lie here, as does the tourist resort destination Pacific Grove.
  • Big Sur is the sparsely settled coastal region directly south of Carmel. It is served by Route 1.
  • Salinas Valley is predominantly an agricultural area, with many wineries.
  • Carmel Valley is a popular wine tourism area.

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San Luis Obispo County is to the south, and Santa Cruz County to the north.

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