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Like most, I’ve heard about the 17 Mile Drive my whole life and finally drove it. While it’s nice, it costs $10.25 to get in and basically you feel like you’ve paid to drive through a very fancy gated golf community. The ocean scenery can...More
Have travelled this road a few times over the years but still enjoy doing it.
Some great views of the pacific but if you look the other way there are some great looking homes to view. Plenty of places to pull over and park up...More
Nice leisurely drive through beautiful homes and stunning views of the ocean. Stop at Pebble Beach for lunch and they will credit the $ 10.25 you paid for the drive. We have been to Carmel once a year for the last 3 years and have...More
Strongly recommend. It is definitely a chance to see how the other half lives. Gorgeous houses, great views. And even though not a real golf fan, these are among the most famous -- and spectacular looking -- courses in the world. Seeing them first hand...More
Every stop has something else to offer from cypress and the lone cypress to beach and finally to Pebble Beach lodge. Ocean looks different from every view. Spend as much time as you want allow a few hours to cover the whole drive. We had...More
Well worth the entrance fee, we had an amazing afternoon and the highlight of the drive (for hubby) was the photo op and shopping at Pebble Beach Golf Course. Many beautiful pull-outs and scenery to die for. So glad we heard about this drive.
Honestly, this is a tourist trap. Point Lobos offers far more scenic views, without the crowds and tour buses. We did enjoy all the sea life at Bird Island. But otherwise, this was an experience we could easily have missed.