Needing a getaway of your own? The quiet California coastal town of Cambria awaits you. No matter what time of year you choose to visit, get ready to explore, dine, hike, and be dazzled by the adventures around every corner.
Here is a guide to experiencing Cambria solo-style.
**We recommend you arrive for your stay in Cambria during daylight, especially if it is your first visit. We want to ensure you are comfortable finding your overnight accommodations and have time to see the sunset over the ocean. If you haven’t booked your stay yet, book here!
Stroll the Boardwalk
Cambria is home to a picturesque boardwalk that seems like a scene from a movie! This one-mile trail wraps the coastline of Moonstone Beach. Along the way, you’ll see panoramic views and smell the sea breeze. You may also encounter some friendly wildlife that lives around the boardwalk. Be sure to look out at the ocean, too, for breeching whales or dolphin fins; you don’t want to miss a single sight.
Cambria Historical Walking Tour
This self-guided walking tour of Cambria’s historic streets has many restaurants, stores, and lodging properties throughout. The 28 landmarks take you on a venture through past times, some even dating back to 1850. This tour will surely leave you with nostalgia and fond memories!
Although indoor dining is currently closed, Cambria is full of great takeout and delivery options whether you’re looking for a snack, a classy dinner, or a sweet treat. Check out Robin’s Restaurant for locally grown ingredients turned into masterpieces. For your perfect lunch to-go or to grab a quick snack, visit Soto’s True Earth Market, or if you want a meal that features a recipe passed down through generations stop by Boni’s Tacos. After whatever you choose to enjoy, don’t forget to finish it off with some olallieberry pie from Linn’s.