San Luis Obispo was recently rated one of the 10 Best Places to Live in the United States by Sperling’s Best Places. Located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo is the jewel of California’s Central Coast.
The festival is happening in venues all over the county this year, with films screening in Paso Robles, Atascadero, San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay, Avila Beach, San Simeon and Pismo Beach. The county is proud of its unique, historic California townships with numerous charming hotels and B&Bs, gourmet restaurants, wine bars, picturesque creeks and ranches, boutiques, specialty shopping and the historic Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa.
Visitors to this area can also enjoy breathtaking ocean views and beaches; world-class, award-winning wineries; idyllic areas for hiking, biking, surfing, and kayaking; several challenging golf courses; a world famous outdoor Farmer’s Market; and several relaxing spas and hot springs. The beach breaks in Morro Bay and in Pismo Beach offer world class surfing, and The Morros (known as the Seven Sisters) provide some of the most beautiful hiking vistas in the state of California.
To learn more about what to see while you’re visiting San Luis Obispo County, take a look at SanLuisObispoVacations.com, WineCoastCountry.com, www.visitsanluisobispocounty.com and VisitAvilaBeach.com. And read what the Washington Post has to say about the Central Coast in a recent article.
San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce’s VisitSlo.com website can help you plan tours and wine tasting and find some of the community’s many fine hotels and restaurants.