The remainder of the drive to Los Angeles is one of the state’s most scenic highway stretches with pull-ins every 100 feet or so to capture the coasts unique glow.
Stop off at California’s more preserved beaches such as Carpenteria and Ventura. These quirky towns offer both local, funky shops as well as a dose of the surfer swell.
Heading straight to downtown Los Angeles can be quite a culture shock, instead, take the slightly longer route and continue along coast, passing through Malibu and Santa Monica. Make sure you explore the Santa Monica Pier at the foot of Colorado Avenue. Not only is it over 100 years old, but it is also the perfect place to watch the sun sink into the Pacific while on top of California’s only solar-powered Ferris wheel!
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