• a canyon with Smith Rock State Park in the background

Pacific Coast Drive Multi Centre

Take an exciting journey down the Pacific Coast from Portland to San Diego. On your epic road trip along America's west coast you will pass stunning scenery, historic cities, wine regions and quaint coastal towns, showcasing the full diversity of the United States; so make sure you've got your camera handy and a great playlist to accompany you on your way.

Talk to one of our destination specialists who can help you plan and create the perfect trip; perhaps you want longer exploring Oregon than California or the other way around - the choice is yours. Fancy swapping out San Luis Obispo for Santa Barbara, where you can sip wines in the Funk Zone at more than 20 tasting rooms or perhaps you want to try out the waves in 'surf city' Huntington Beach, the choices are endless when you journey along the West Coast. We also have a wide selection of hotels where you can stay, so you can be close to the action or hidden away in more remote locations.

If you don't fancy driving, take the train or join an escorted tour - talk to our destination specialists who will be able to help tailor-make your perfect itinerary.

14 days
Private basis, Self-Guided
Start your journey
Portland Oregon courtesy of Travel Oregon

Trip highlights

  • Visit Portland, Oregon's capital city
  • Hike Crater Lake National Park
  • Taste some fresh food and wine in San Francisco
  • Enjoy stunning beaches along Highway 1
  • Stop off in 'surf city' Huntington Beach
  • Get lost in San Diego's historic Gaslamp Quarter

Arrive in the eco-friendly city of Portland, known as one of America's coolest cities. Indulge in some tax free shopping, or get out in the open and explore the hundreds of miles of routes to bike, hike, climb and drive.

Take a detour through Crater Lake National Park past sheer cliffs that are almost two thousand feet high to visit Crater Lake. This stunning blue lake have two picturesque islands and a violent volcanic past.

Enjoy the sights and sounds of this historic city. Hire a bicycle to cycle over the Golden Gate Bridge and stop off in Fisherman's Wharf for some traditional clam chowder.

Stop off in this charming coastal town located right in the middle of Central Coast Wine Country. Savour some deliciously fresh produce that has all been locally grown and speciality wines from local vineyards.

Why not extend your trip and finish thisin the bustling, cultural city of San Diego. Hop on the Old Town Trolley to explore, and make sure you stop in the Gaslamp Quarter full of shops, restaurants and pubs.