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The Weather in San Simeon
Check out the climate diagram for San Simeon. August is the warmest month in San Simeon with average maximum temperatures of 95°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is September.
Tour the California coast from a comfortable San Simeon vacation home
Whether you opt for a cozy beach bungalow or a family style accommodation in town, San Simeon's best attractions will be at your fingertips. This exciting vacation rental destination is known for stunning scenery and outdoor activities, local culture, and fresh ocean inspired food.
Sebastian's Cafe and adjoined store is a local favorite for fish tacos, burgers, and healthy sandwiches. The restaurant also offers tastings and local wines by the glass. Enjoy lunch on the patio after a day of sightseeing, or take your meal to go and dine on the sand.
For a classic seafood dinner in San Simeon, the Manta Rey Restaurant is your best bet. Menu favorites include California artichokes, clam chowder in a bread bowl, and oysters on the half shell. Don't miss the extensive wine list.
Hearst Castle is more than just a historic mansion. A guided tour of this European style structure reveals one of California's most incredible private homes. Beautiful exterior gardens, a world class collection of art, and endless photo opportunities complete the experience.
Guests can encounter some of San Simeon's most famous residents at the Elephant Seal Rookery. Stop by the visitor center for a helpful area orientation and informative displays on local wildlife. The viewing areas are free to visit but have no facilities.
More stone than sand, a visit to Moonstone Beach is perfect for geology buffs and beachcombers. Authentic moonstones, sea glass, and the occasional well-worn seashell are favorite finds. Time your visit with low tide and visit the permanent tidal pools to spot anemones, starfish, and more.
The William Randolph Hearst Memorial Beach beckons visitors with a well-kept boardwalk and one of the area's nicest stretches of sand. Lovely scenery, opportunities to spot local wildlife, and clean facilities make this a favorite among locals. Pack a picnic and enjoy a full day of sun.
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