What information is included on a map of coastal California?


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Information included in some maps of the California coast are major cities and towns, parks, counties and visitor attractions. Some maps show the entire or most of the California coast, as in the case of the National Geographic website map, whereas CentralCoast-Tourism.com maps focus on specific coastal regions.

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The National Geographic website map of the California coast shows major attractions and parks such as Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Andrew Molera State Park, Point Lobos State Reserve, Hearst Castle and Bixby Bridge. Click on the red dots showing each location on the map for a short description of the accompanying park or attraction.

VisitCalifornia.com has a map of the state's coast that shows the state's counties and major regions, including the coastal counties of Orange, San Diego and Los Angeles. Click on the entries to view short descriptions of the coastal counties and regions. Entries also mention attraction highlights within their borders.

CentralCoast-Tourism.com has separate maps for different regions of the California coast, including the Monterey Bay, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura regions. Click on the individual maps to views entries and maps of each region that highlight major cities and regional attractions. There are also entries on restaurants and places to stay.

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