Carmel Village possesses a small town ambience in a very spacious setting.
Wiineries have begun to dot this pastoral valley, home of working ranches and
fine resorts. Here, luxury sports cars share the road with horse trailers.
Located in the "sunbelt," Carmel Valley offers a wide variety of recreational activities as well as excellent restaurants.
Carmel Valley Village is just a few miles east of Carmel off Carmel Valley
Road. Locals and visitors enjoy the shops, restaurants, lodgings and wine-tasting rooms in the village.
Garland Ranch Regional Park runs along the Carmel River. Perfect for hikers
and horseback riders, Garland Park is a sanctuary for deer, mountain lions,
and other California wildlife. Peaceful meadows lead to wooded trails, cool ponds and exceptional views.
Golfers have a choice of three championship courses:
Carmel Valley Ranch Resort,
Quail Lodge and
But perhaps Carmel Valley's most unusual attraction is
its Labyrinth, just one mile east of Highway One on Carmel Valley Road