Day 1 – Downtown
We hope you wore comfortable shoes because now your shopping adventure begins in Downtown Pacific Grove. Downtown is a quaint Victorian shopping area comprised of small shops, services, and 26 restaurants and bakeries, and seven ladies boutiques. There are sixteen galleries and antique stores welcoming you with a friendly hometown smile.

Day 2 – Forest Hill/Sunset Business District
Now let’s take a trip up Forest Avenue where there are over 70 businesses including eighteen restaurants, great services, and major grocery stores such as Trader Joes, Safeway, and SaveMart. And since you are up town, adjacent to Pebble Beach, the Sunset Business District offers the area's finest home improvement stores such as Hayward Lumber, Pacific Etched Glass, and Mykel's Interiors.

Day 3 – Beach Day
After so much walking, a day of rest is in order. Spend the day at Lovers Point or Asilomar State Beach and soak up the sun. If you’re feeling up for it, take a stroll down the Coastal Recreation Trail or try your hand at kayaking.

Day 4 – Antique Shopping
The Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce has recently released a map of consignment thrift stores in Pacific Grove. Pick up your map and make your way around town. There are also several antique stores where you can find a wide assortment of antiques and collectables.

Delicious Eats
Dining in Pacific Grove provides delights to even the most discriminating diner. The restaurants offer charming and graceful surroundings and top-quality food, among the best that the Monterey Peninsula has to offer. There is a wide variety of types of restaurants and menu items, sure to satisfy everyone’s taste, from American hamburger to ethnic delicacy. The surroundings range from casual to fine dining.