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Avila Beach Timeshare

About 10 miles south of San Luis Obispo, on the beautiful California Central Coast is one of the best kept secrets in the state. Because of a turn of the shoreline, Avila Beach faces south and is protected by the local hills, so it is less foggy and warmer than other nearby beaches. A perfect place for an Avila Beach timeshare, it is a quiet and secluded place for a vacation with excellent dining and shopping opportunities and a wide variety of outdoor recreation.

You can own an Avila Beach timeshare and rest assured you will have your relaxing vacation every year.  

Avila Beach is a small town with a big agenda. It is packed.... Read More

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with fun things to do for the whole family. If you can’t imagine a vacation without golf, you are in luck. The town supports a championship golf course. You can enjoy a blues festival on Memorial Day weekend and pop concerts on Labor Day weekend. There are miles of hiking and biking trails in the area, most notably the Bob Jones Trail where you can take a rigorous trek or a casual stroll and enjoy the unspoiled countryside.

One of the main perks of an Avila Beach timeshare is the hot springs and spas. Not only can you soak in the natural mineral hot springs, but you can also have yoga lessons, world-class massages and other cosmetic and medicinal therapies.

Family-Friendly Fun

The Central Coast Aquarium is a great place where children can observe the local marine life and interact with it and learn about local marine habitats and ecosystems. Another way to enjoy the sea is to take a walk out into the bay on the Harford Pier. At the end of the pier, you can enjoy a fresh seafood lunch or at dinner time you can watch the sun slowly set over the Pacific Ocean.

You will find several local wineries near Avila Beach where you can spend hours touring and tasting. In nearby San Louis Obispo, there are many trendy art galleries and one of California’s 21 historical Spanish Missions. The famous Hearst Castle is just over an hour away and an easy day trip from Avila Beach. If you go boating or kayaking in the bay, look for otters and whales in season and other marine life. Pismo Beach is nearby and famous for clams and you can dig your own dinner. If you are up to a three and a half mile round-trip walk, you can take a tour of the Pecho Coast Lighthouse. If you would rather not walk, no problem, there is a trolley. If you are vacationing in Avila Beach, you will also have access to a beach volleyball court and a seaside basketball court.

When you own an Avila Beach timeshare, you can reduce your vacation costs even more by cooking healthy meals, including your freshly-dug clams, in your fully equipped kitchen. You can get fresh fruits and veggies and more at the local farmer’s market.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Avila Beach is during the summer, but it is also the high season when prices are higher. August and September have the least chance of rain and the winters may be foggy, but the temperature doesn’t fluctuate that much and it is really a year-round vacation spot. Avila Beach timeshare owners have already paid for their accommodation and need not worry about high season prices.