Avila Beach sits perfectly in the Port San Luis Harbor and with mountains surrounding the town, it creates a unique climate that pushes the fog out first on the Central Coast each morning. It's called the Avila bubble by the locals. On days where other local beaches (Morro Bay, Pismo Beach, and Shell Beach) are fogged in, you have a good chance that it's nice in Avila. On those days you can sit and enjoy the sun while seeing the giant fog wall surrounding the town a few miles out in the ocean. The climate makes it easy to enjoy this beautiful beach town during the winter.
Avila Beach California is so beautiful, even the sun prefers to start its day here. With its boutique shops, amazing dining, breathtaking beaches, and activities for everyone. You can experience this hidden paradise on the Central Coast of California, with one road in and one road out. Avila Beach will be the only place you'll ever visit where you'll never become homesick.
This amazing beach town is on my must-visit list for Winter 2013 (keeping fingers crossed). Have you been to this delightful town?