Fall in Love with Carmel Valley


Carmel Valley in San Diego is a majestic pastoral river valley nestled into the towering Santa Lucia range and is one of the finest wine growing regions in California. Its main passage is Carmel Valley Road that starts at Scenic Highway 1 and eastward, winding along Carmel River. Home to Garland Ranch Regional Park's 4,000 acres known for excellent mountain trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding along the willow-lined banks of the Carmel River. There are endless opportunities for recreation, entertainment, sumptuous food and premier wine tastes as well as three championship golf courses, several world-class resorts and picturesque country inns.

Hustle and Bustle

A beneficial place with an infinite variety of activities, there are four championship golf courses plus an abundance of tennis courts (private & public), a fitness club at the mid-valley shopping center and Carmel Valley Racquet & Health Club that is open even to visitors. Go horseback riding or hiking in Garland Ranch Park, with trails wending their way up to the face of the Santa Lucia Mountains. Carmel Valley Road has a bicycle lane and there are smaller side roads into the mountains that can be very challenging. There are a lot of pleasant ways to get to know the valley, visit its vineyards and tasting rooms, have a leisurely lunch, and check out the art & antiques stores.

Places to stay…

After celebrating its Centennial in 1989 a lot of world-class hotels emerged along its rural country road. One of the oldest is Stonepine Estate Resort at the upper end of Carmel Valley Road which opened in 1987 and has become a world-renowned hotel as has the Bernardus Lodge - a new luxury spa resort at the corner of Carmel Valley Road and Laureles Grade. There are numerous places to stay in Carmel Valley when you’re visiting.

If you are planning to stay the Monterey Peninsula is blessed with an infinite variety of exceptional waterfront, golf, ranch, mountain and vineyard properties. There are also story-book cottages in Carmel-by-the-Sea and those who live in Carmel Valley feel they have found Paradise.

Of vineyards, wines and tasting!

Carmel Valley is one of seven designations which comprise Monterey County's diverse wine country. Of these, Carmel Valley is perhaps the most distinct. Settled among the towering Santa Lucia Range, Carmel Valley geographically defies daytime breeze and fogs, providing sizzling summer afternoons that are favorable to Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and other red varietals. Sauvignon Blanc and Zinfandel also perform exceptionally well in Carmel Valley. The 11.5 miles from Highway 1 to Carmel Valley Village are dotted with wine tasting rooms going to the summit of Laureles Grade.


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Patrick Ferry Luxury Real Estate

3702 Via De La Valle,

Del Mar, CA 92014

Phone. 858-231-6722