Film and TV have accustomed us to think of California as a state with only sandy coasts and beaches. Instead those parts you can also find areas where the sea breaks against extensive reefs, perhaps dominated by ranches that offer opportunities to stay really interesting. As the Post Ranch Inn, a hotel perched a top a tall stretch of coast, located on top of a hill from where you can enjoy a panorama really very broad.
From Big Sur, where it is, the Ranch promises a romantic holiday and ecological (it makes extensive use of renewable and recyclable materials) overlooking the Pacific Ocean, as well as a range of accommodation to suit all tastes, a wellness center and a restaurant pretty well stocked in terms of wines.
Of course staying in this luxurious and romantic hotel has a cost, which starts at $657 per night. Prices justified by wooden decks stretched towards the cliffs, from steel hot water tanks placed on the balcony, from the huge windows that leave nothing to the imagination. However, if you want something even more original and do you love the mountains you can point at the lodge on the shaft, the Tree House: a triangular building hung the trunks with a fireplace, whirlpool and free wifi.