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Recommended Vacation Rentals in Pacific Grove
Rent a vacation accommodation in Pacific Grove: from $48 per night
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Price and Availability Index in Pacific Grove
Vacation Rental Price Information in Pacific Grove
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Pacific Grove. It is during a week of June (6/8 - 6/15) that you will find the highest prices for the next 12 months. In September (9/28 - 10/5), prices will hit an average low of $357 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Pacific Grove
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Pacific Grove(in %). In December (12/22 - 12/29), only 32 are available. It is easier to find a rental in a week of April (4/13 - 4/20), as only 17% of the accommodations are booked.
The Weather in Pacific Grove
Check out the climate diagram for Pacific Grove. In September maximum temperatures go higher than 69°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 42° in January. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is June.
Pacific Grove vacation homes merge coast and culture
Just around the corner from Monterey, your beachside vacation home in Pacific Grove is situated on one of the most protected parts of the Californian coast. Monterey is an unpretentious seaside town that draws international visitors with its world-class aquarium. Or venture further to explore the numerous state parks and preserves.
Discover historic Monterey
Combining Mexican and Spanish influences, the town of Monterey is characterized by restored buildings overlooking the bright blue sea. Stroll through the old town, where the architecture is traditional and the mood more serene than in the popular Fisherman's Wharf and Cannery Row. Nonetheless, these are worth a visit too, not least because Steinbeck's eponymous novel immortalized Cannery Row. A statue of the Pulitzer-winning writer contrasts with the workers' shacks at the end of Bruce Ariss Way, reminders of the hard lives once lived here.
Marine life in Monterey
On the ocean's edge, the Monterey Bay aquarium features a giant kelp forest and hundreds of marine species that can be viewed above and below the waterline. Visitors can touch sea stars and sea slugs, observe rescued otters at play and watch 800lb tuna swimming past. Informative exhibits teach you all about the history of Monterey and its longtime relationship with the sea.
Budding marine biologists will also be fascinated by Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, where the marine life ranges from sea lions to seals, dolphins, and whales.
History in San Jose
San Jose is within easy reach of your beachside abode. It is California's oldest Spanish settlement, and is burgeoning with tech start-ups and weekend nightlife. You might not expect the grand Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum here, which is filled with mummies and even a reproduction of an ancient crypt that sparks children's imaginations.
Without doubt, the most fascinating sight in San Jose is History Park. In the open air, discover a Chinese temple and a village of unusual edifices.
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