Positioned on the Monterey Peninsula between Monterey and Pebble Beach, and referred to as “The Last Hometown,” the quiet community of Pacific Grove juts into the Pacific Ocean. It is well known for its architecture, boasting over 100 Victorian-style homes and cottages and its many bed and breakfast style inns. Pacific Grove or “PG” is home to Asilomar State Beach, a 1-mile strip of sandy beaches and rocky coves. Pacific Grove offers breathtaking views, recreation activities, and historical points of interest. Some of these attractions include a monarch butterfly habitat sanctuary; sandy beaches; an award-winning natural history museum; a nationally-recognized 18-hole golf course; a weekly farmers market and a one mile stretch of the Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail stretching from Lovers Point to the Monterey Bay Aquarium.