MORRO BAY, Calif., Nov. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- How do you rock the holidays? Renowned for the signature 576-foot tall volcanic rock sitting majestic between the Pacific Ocean and the peaceful bay, Morro Bay is rockin' the holidays this year with food, wine, events, unique shopping and hotel packages. This bustling seaside village offers moderate winter weather, making it a must-do destination for outdoor adventurers, boating enthusiasts, and holiday shoppers who merry make during this special time of year. From exploring three historic tall ships and watching the Lighted Boat Parade glide through the harbor along the Embarcadero, to finding unique shopping opportunities and great hotel deals, visitors planning to experience the beauty and charm of holidays in Morro Bay are in for a rockin' time! Also find special Thanksgiving dinners, as well as a wide array of Christmas and New Year's events here: Rockin' Holiday Events. Morro Bay will continue to gather holiday-related events designed to inspire you to come, visit and get into the holiday spirit, so keep stopping back for new events.
The Morro Bay Adventure Pass offers discounts on everything you could ever want to do while on vacation in Morro Bay – wine tasting, whale watching, kayaking and more! During the holiday season, buy (1) one regularly priced Morro Bay Adventure Pass and get (1) one FREE. Use promo code BOGO15, valid November 27 – December 15, 2015. Buy online by clicking here.
Want to get away during the holidays? Morro Bay has rockin' lodging specials from Thanksgiving to New Year's Eve, and beyond. And, if you stay overnight to do some holiday shopping, you can take advantage of FREE Gift Fridays. So, take a break and leave the holiday stress behind on a Morro Bay getaway with one of these holiday lodging specials.
Morro Bay also offers a myriad of year-round events including food, wine and music festivals, art fairs and car shows unique to the town. For more travel information visit www.morrobay.org or follow Morro Bay on Facebook, twitter or Pinterest pages.
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