Businesses in Big Sur

Industries

Business Distribution by Industry
 Hotels & Travel: 20.1%
 Restaurants: 11.3%
 Shopping: 10.6%
 Sports & Activities: 10.3%
 Professional Services: 7.1%
 Industry: 6.3%
 Medical: 6.1%
 Entertainment: 5.8%
 Education: 4.7%
 Other: 17.7%
Industry DescriptionNumber of EstablishmentsAverage Age of BusinessAverage Google RatingBusinesses per 1,000 residents
Art galleries1130.9 years4.311.0
Campgrounds3139.6 years4.531.0
Holiday homes, cabins and resorts1235.3 years4.312.0
Hotels and motels1644.6 years4.416.0
Other accommodation1943.4 years4.419.0
Public parks204.720.0
Population1,000
Area Codes831
NeighborhoodsBig Sur, Loma Vista
Local TimeFriday 11:44 PM
TimezonePacific Standard Time
Lat & Lng36.27024° / -121.80745°

Neighborhoods

Business Distribution by neighborhood in Big Sur
 Loma Vista: 55%
 Big Sur: 35%
 Cannery Row: 5%
 Downtown: 5%

Business distribution by price for Big Sur, California

 Moderate: 55.6%
 Expensive: 30.6%
 Very Expensive: 11.1%
 Inexpensive: 2.8%

Recent Nearby Earthquakes

Magnitude 3.0 and greater
DateTimeMagnitudeDistanceDepthLocationLink
1/10/161:53 AM3.249.3 km15,650 m18km SSW of Carmel Valley Village, Californiausgs.gov
3/8/144:53 AM3.4317.4 km8,712 m17km S of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Californiausgs.gov
4/5/114:56 AM3.8927.5 km9,804 moffshore Central Californiausgs.gov
10/31/087:46 PM3.2830.4 km9,354 mCentral Californiausgs.gov
6/30/026:21 AM3.0635.2 km10,488 moffshore Central Californiausgs.gov
8/18/939:43 AM3.2619.1 km9,831 mCentral Californiausgs.gov
5/22/911:04 AM3.0916.4 km7,603 moffshore Central Californiausgs.gov
2/4/918:38 AM4.733.9 km9,024 mCentral Californiausgs.gov
1/30/914:39 PM3.534.1 km9,204 mCentral Californiausgs.gov
8/28/875:06 PM3.27 km12,752 mCentral Californiausgs.gov

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Big Sur, California

Big Sur is a lightly populated region of the Central Coast of California where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise abruptly from the Pacific Ocean. Although it has no specific boundaries, many definitions of the area include the 90 miles (140 km) of coast..  ︎  Big Sur Wikipedia Page