Discover a vacation home fitting your preferences among the 44 unique accommodations from numerous partner websites in Big Sur. Using HomeToGo's search feature you can instantaneously search and compare the offers of each listed rental to discover the best deal and save up to 15%.
Recommended Vacation Rentals in Big Sur
Find your perfect vacation rental in Big Sur: from $226 per night
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Popular Rental Amenities in Big Sur
Filters are provided so you can find the ideal vacation rental in Big Sur. In Big Sur, 35 accommodations offer "pools". So, if you're dreaming of days spent poolside, select the pools filter to compare these properties. You can even compare and find properties if you want a rental with a jacuzzi (13 rentals include "Jacuzzis" in Big Sur) or if you want to go fishing (1 rentals in Big Sur include "fishing").
The Weather in Big Sur
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Check out the climate diagram for Big Sur. On average, the warmest month is September. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is June.
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Accommodations for your vacation in Big Sur
More than half of the offers (54.55%) in Big Sur are hotel rooms. They are the most common vacation properties in this destination. In addition, These properties have a median size of 1,500 ft² as well as cost, on average, $1,190 per night. Moreover, most hotel rooms in Big Sur can accommodate 2 people, which makes it a great vacation spot for couples and small groups. If you would prefer something else, you can search and compare many other available options, such as house rentals, which are another typical property type in Big Sur. While hotel rooms in Big Sur have an average size of 1,500 ft², house rentals have an average size of 1,370 ft².
Big Sur Cabin Rental: Take in Unparalleled Views
Big Sur's ultra-exclusive accommodation options allow you to indulge in a private cabin with plenty of space or a charmingly chic cottage along a serene village lane.
Where to find the best food in Big Sur?
Dining in Big Sur
You'll be glad you went to Mission Ranch Restaurant because nowhere else will have you bragging that you've eaten in a restored farmhouse owned by Clint Eastwood. The comfort food - including a locally grown artichoke appetizer - combined with meadow views make for a satisfying dining experience.
For a different kind of star power, head out to Rocky Point Restaurant, where you can catch them twinkling in the night sky from their expansive deck with uninterrupted Pacific views. Start with their exciting signature seafood chowder, which comes from sustainable fishing.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Big Sur?
Art & culture: Early Spanish influences
Learn about the Big Sur's roots and religious history at the Carmel Mission Basilica Museum, an exquisitely built stone church dating from 1771. Join a tour to hear about the Spanish founders and to take in the fine artistic details and quiet nooks and crannies.
Continue your dig into the past at the Big Sur Historical Society's Molera Ranch House Museum, where you'll step into the lives of pioneers and influencers, in an abode constructed in the local style. Bring a book from their store back to your cozy cabin and become an expert on Big Sur's long history.
Where are the unique attractions in Big Sur?
Explore Big Sur: Stunning feats of architecture
California's beloved Highway 1 doesn't disappoint as it meanders through Big Sur's dramatic, winding pass. Be stunned by the high-up Bixby Creek Bridge as it lunges from one jagged rock face to another over Bixby Creek far below.
Rocky Creek Bridge, equally shocking in its height and architectural achievements, spans Rocky Creek and Las Piedras Canyon, making it another welcome place to snap a picture. Take a moment to listen to the waves lap against the cliff side.