Category: Cambria California AttractionsJul 04, 2011
Hearst Castle is arguably one of our most important (and most fascinating) sights to see on the Central Coast. Sure, SLO County has become a wine and food destination but before that we were known as the home of that eccentric millionaire and newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. Mr. Hearstread on
Jul 01, 2011
Summer is San Luis Obispo County is nothing short of heaven. Take one of the happiest place in America and add in an extra dose of summer fun and you have yourself one heck of a summer vacation.
- Enjoy the fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers from local growers at the Farmer’s Markets in SLO
Jun 13, 2011
Last year, Sunset Magazine’s Savor the Central Coast took over SLO County and showed the rest of California and the world how amazing we really are. The event showcased our very best winemakers, chefs, farmers and artisanal food producers. For me, it was widespread, mainstream media recognition forread on
Jun 10, 2011
Is it just me or do a lot of our guests seem to be coming to the hotel from Orange County and Los Angeles?
The El Colibri Hotel and Spa is the perfect retreat for those Southern California-ers. We’re only three and a half hours from LA and a perfect weekend getaway. Leave the kids at home or withread on
May 23, 2011
We don’t like to brag but sometimes we have an idea at the El Colibri that is just too sweet and special that we can’t keep it to ourselves. Our lovely Hotel Manager Holly recently brought something to my attention that made me go “aww!”
Did you know that every single week the wonderful Holly goesread on
May 18, 2011
We’ve already filled you in on all the great things that Hearst Castle has to offer both locals and tourists alike. But really, can you get enough of the experience? Come back for a second (or third or fourth) time for a glimpse into the less familiar aspects of the Castle.
Hearst Castle offers aread on
Apr 29, 2011
Colibri Wine Bar yet? Not only do we have some of the best wines from the Central Coast; Not only do we have an olive oil tasting; Not only do we have hot musicians from around the region every Saturday night; Not only are we located smack in the middle of downtown Cambria on the beautiful Centralread on
Apr 06, 2011
As a kid I was dragged across Europe going to museum after museum. I hate to sound like a total spoiled brat but I hated it. My dad was an artist and could spend hours upon hours at the Rodin Museum. What he was looking at, I never could quite tell. I did eventually learn to enjoy and love art. Iread on
Apr 01, 2011
I can’t get over how many cool events there are all around us. It’s exhausting – I feel like we’re always running around trying to fit everything in.
One of our very favorite events of the year is right around the corner. Every year Cambria plays host to a Chili Cook Off and Car Show – this year itread on
Feb 21, 2011
We're excited, I mean REALLY excited about this!! For the first time in the race's six year history, the Tour of California will make it's way through Cambria's historic district.
The Tour of California is a multi-stage cycling race, much like France's own Tour de France, through the heart and soulread on