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Book the perfect vacation home for as little as $65 per night by searching among the 569 properties available in Cayucos. By comparing these vacation rentals, HomeToGo features the best deals as well as the highest rated properties in Cayucos.
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Vacation Rental Price Information in Cayucos
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Cayucos for the next twelve months. Prices rise in December and reach an average of $357 a night (12/21 - 12/28), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. Cayucos is cheaper in a week of March (3/2 - 3/9), where prices are on average $279 a night.
Rental Availability Information in Cayucos
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Cayucos. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Cayucos is in January (1/11 - 1/18). The week with the most available rentals is in May (5/4 - 5/11), with 79% of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Cayucos
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In September maximum temperatures go higher than 80°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Cayucos, with temperatures going under 42° The rainiest month is September while the driest month is August.
Be king of your own castle with vacation homes in Cayucos
Vacation homes in Cayucos range from snug coastal hideaways to luxurious poolside apartments. Whichever you prefer, you'll be transported by the scenery in this part of the Pacific coast. Elephant seals preside over the rocks at the Rookery, and historic Hearst Castle enjoys sublime ocean views, but you'll feel like kings and queens of the castle in your own vacation home.
Wine tasting tours at Cayucos Cellars are a great way in to the region's famous wines. Fun and friendly hosts explain all the details of the fermentation process as well as the subtleties of tasting and the unique flavors to be experienced. Stop and take a sip or two. If you're more of a beer fan, try Old Creek Ale House which offers an incredible selection of brews for you to choose from including international bottled beers from the world over.
King of the Castle
Wander up to Hearst Castle, a unique museum situated in the former home of George Hearst. Explore 165 rooms and 127 acres of gardens, terraces, and formal walkways, all of which were built to Hearst's specifications, specifically to house his own famous collection. 25,000 artifacts are housed within its walls - and you thought you were a hoarder.
Must see sights
This is the quintessential resort town nestled cosily in an arc of sand. Full of shops and restaurants, the town offers a variety of accommodating options, but the real star of the show is the beachfront with its long pier and active fishing trade.
Estero Bluffs State Park
Some of California's most diverse recreational and natural resources can be found at Estero Bluffs. This scenic stretch of the Pacific coast is threaded with a number of streams and a tiny cove known as Villa Creek. Native American occupancy is evident from a number of finds in the area's salt marshes and scrublands.
Elephant Seal Rookery
Six miles of rocks form a throne on which these beautiful blubbery creatures reign supreme. With their elephantine snouts, the males engage in dramatic duels while the pups nestle into their mothers. Observe these amazing wild creatures from designated viewing areas, all for free.
Amble down the boardwalk at Moonstone Beach and look out on the fabulous assortment of tide pools where you can find purple sea urchins, snails and crabs. This is the best spot in the area for an invigorating run, as you take in enchanting views of the Pacific coastline.
Montana de Oro State Park
Waves crash on the gnarled cliffs at Golden Mountain Park named after the wildflowers that bloom in the springtime on its headland. These rugged escarpments hug secret beaches, of which Spooner's Cove is the best known, but the park is also filled with streams, canyons, and plains.
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