Things To Do in Big Sur [2023]

The narrow and twisting two-mile road to reach Pfeiffer Beach is just over a mile south of the entrance of Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park.

Pfeiffer Beach

Bixby Bridge

The Bixby Bridge is an iconic symbol of the Big Sur coastline and photographed by tourists from across the world.

Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park takes its name from an influential pioneer in Big Sur country.

Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

Along the banks of the Big Sur River and surrounded by the steep Santa Lucia Mountains, Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is one of the most popular state parks on the coast.

Point Lobos State Natural Reserve

On the north end of the Big Sur coast, Point Lobos is popular with photographers, SCUBA divers, and an abundance of wildlife.

Limekiln State Park

Limekiln State Park highlight what makes Big Sur so special. De Los Padres National Forest includes an area of over 700 acres adjacent to the Ventana Wilderness.

Ragged Point is often one of the first stops when traveling through Big Sur. And a great way to experience the area is by pulling over at the Ragged Point Inn and Resort.

Ragged Point

Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center is a 103-acre facility dedicated to conservation, education, recreation, and tourism.

Big Sur Station

The non-profit Henry Miller Library centers around the works and persona of the late Big Sur resident and writer, Henry Miller.

Henry Miller Memorial Library

Garrapata State Park offers beach access, coastal canyon hiking trails, and outstanding headland views on the north end of the Big Sur coast.

Garrapata State Park

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