Bixby Creek Bridge
The Bixby Creek Bridge is one of the most scenic spots in Big Sur, which is famous for its scenic views of the California coast. The bridge, a reinforced concrete arch bridge that opened in 1932, is one of the most photographed bridges on the West Coast because of its graceful architectural design between the cliffs.
Big Sur is located on the coast of central California, a region characterized by rugged terrain with mountains that close in on the coastline. Since the opening of State Highway 1 in 1937, this almost inaccessible area has been attracting writers and artists for its isolated terrain and beautiful scenery. The spectacular scenery created by the mountains and the sea still attracts tourists.