Pebble Beach, CA.
But what I wish to also feature here is less of the golfing and the going of European engines, and instead of the forest itself, and the beautiful interactions of it among the coastline. Such as the Lone Cypress, which some say is the most photographed tree in North America and maybe even the world. It is a Monterey Cypress, which only grows in this area, less than 350 feet from the sea. Lesser known is Crocker Grove, where the Monterey Cypress grow in a thick and dense pattern, here, more protected from the winds of the ocean, they have become the oldest of their species.
Pebble Beach is located within the Del Monte Forest, south of Monterey. It is known for its idyllic roads for sports car driving and godly golf greens all set on the Central Coast looking out the Pacific.
On the other turn of Cypress Point is a more gradual view of the ocean as to the cliffsides which foster the cypress. On this side, rocky bluffs help cradle sandy beaches, rocks out on the water help foster young birds and seals, and much more.