I went two days in a row. Earlier in the morning meant no people!! I sat for over an hour with this spectacular place all to myself watching otters hunt, eat, and interact. Simply amazing! The otters are well aware of people so be quite and move slowly if you want to see them. I got some amazing pictures of... 更多
The hike down the old road to the cove from Highway 1 is well worthwhile. While there is a climb coming back to the highway, it's an easy hike due to the steady grade of the old road, there are two places to view the ocean -- a left fork takes you through a short tunnel to a protected cove,... 更多
Glad we were able to find this place with the help of various web sites including TA. There are no indications what is down this dirt, winding road, other than the cattle fence. If you trek down, down, down, down this road, remember you have to trek back up. Once you get towards the fork, the left takes you to... 更多
this one is easily missed! We passed by and saw many cars parking alongside the highway and there were no sign of any attractions but a path and people walking up. We asked and followed the directions as told. Walking all the way down and to the bridge on the left thru a tunnel is the cove. It is beautiful!... 更多
First time hiking to Partington Cove and I enjoyed it. Fairly easy to find, just six miles past Nepenthe and pull off to the side of the road, you'll likely see a group of cars already parked by the trail entrance. No signs to indicate what the trail leads to. Bring plenty of water and be prepared for a strenuous... 更多
Short hike (1/2 mile one way) down the road and you will see old docking place. Very easy hike for anybody, recommend for kids and also, don't forget to turn to the beach after the cave - it is nice and quiet. There is no parking place or any signs. The pullout is just 2 miles north of the Julia... 更多
One of the mesmerizing areas of the coast line. We fell in love hiking down into the cove. we plan to return tto stay, so beautiful.
Partington cove has some amazing blue water and you can see evidence of when ships used to dock there to transport tan bark from partington canyon. kind of a short steep hike to the voce itself but worth it, come early as it gets busy quick.
To get to Partington Cove you have to walk downhill until you get to the big rocks where the rocks meet the ocean. You can sit on the rocks and watch the ocean, the waves, the clouds and the sky. You can hear the splash of the waves on the rocks and watch for whales or dolphins. You can put... 更多
A lot of people park on Hwy 1 Shoulder to go here because accessible coastline isn't easy to find. I found the cove rocks hard to lie on. Worth seeing a couple times.