Paso Robles

Paso Robles is a charming community located in northern San Luis Obispo County. Centered between Los Angeles and San Francisco, and just east of the Santa Lucia coastal range, Paso Robles enjoys a climate of cool winters and warm summers, which have made it one of the world’s premier viticultural areas.

About Paso Robles


In 1886, the West Coast Land Company set aside 160 acres for the town of Templeton and the area became a transportation hub as the Southern Pacific Railroad built southward. Today, Templeton is just as vibrant as it was then. Located midway between Atascadero and Paso Robles in San Luis Obispo County, the town retains much of its character and many of its old historical buildings.

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Atascadero is a city in San Luis Obispo County, California, located half-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco on U.S. Route 101. Part of the San Luis Obispo – Atascadero – Paso Robles metropolitan area, Atascadero is nearby hundreds of wineries, home to championship golf courses, and the Central Coast’s only accredited zoo.

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San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo, located in California’s Central Coast region, is a vibrant city. SLO, as it’s affectionately called, is full of hisotry and color. From the Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, a Spanish mission dating back to the 1700s, to Bubblegum Alle and the Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market that takes over Higuera, there is literally something for everyone here.

About San Luis Obispo “SLO”

Morro Bay

Morro Bay, a coastal city mnidway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, is well known for the iconic Morro Rock, a 581-foot volcanic plug located just offshore from Morro Bay, at the entrance to Morro Bay Harbor. The rock is now a protected bird sanctuary, and the nesting site of cormorants, gulls, and falcons. The beauty and convenient location of Morro Bay makes it a popular location for both residents and those seeking relief from a bustling city life.

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Cambria is a seaside village in San Luis Obispo County, California, midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles along California’s  State Route 1 (Highway 1). The name Cambria, chosen in 1869, is the Latin name for Wales. With its rocky coastline and Monterey pines, Cambria paints a beautiful scene.

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Cayucos, located on Estero Bay on the Central California Coast, is a resort community offerring a convenient get-away from the heat of the California valle and metropolitan area. Close to Morro Bay, scenic Cambria, Hearst Castle, and California’s vinyards, the Cayucos Pier and miles of sandy beaches will have you believing you’re in a land far, far away.

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