The town of Moss Beach overlooks the Pacific Ocean, nestling just over a thousand homes amongst trees and hillsides that abound with postcard-worthy coastal scenery.
Divided by California’s picturesque Highway 1, the west side offers beach- and ocean-front living atop walkable scenic bluffs in a state-protected coastal zone. Dramatic tidepools and magical cypress groves add to the wonder of the area. The east side of the highway hosts the small local business zone and a residential area that extends back into the foothills of Montara Mountain, providing hillside life often with dramatic ocean views.
Nearby Half Moon Bay Airport (HAF) is home to about 80 aircraft, largely single-engine general aviation planes.