Big Sur Region

This is located in California’s central region within the United States. It is one of the least populated coastal regions in this part of California and is located 245 mile northwest of Los Angeles, and 120 miles south of San Francisco city. Its name is said to have been derived from a Spanish term, ‘El Sur Grande’, which is means ‘the Bog South’.

Big Sur regions major source of income is tourism. The visitors get a chance to view some of the most eye-catching sceneries offered by the terrains which make up the Big Sur region. One of the regions most visited sites is the Cone Peak of Big Sur, which is taken as the highest coastal mountain in the whole of the United States of America. Without a doubt, the Big Sur region is so many travelers’ haven; that is the ones who are seeking for a place far away from the bustle and hustle of city life and instead commune with nature’s pristine beauty.

For the reason that the residents of the region are very conscious when it comes to their environment, it has been possible to maintain the terrains’ natural beauty over the decades. The forests and parks in the region offer a huge diversity of fauna and flora, most of which cannot be located anywhere in the whole state of California, or even in the rest of the country.

The best time to visit the Big Sur Region is from September to November.

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