We have already seen which bridges had a toll fee in California, now it’s time for the toll roads. Below you can see a detailed map with toll roads in Southern California. All of them are located between Los Angeles and San Diego.
If you want to know the prices of these roads, please download the pdf Tool Roads California Rate.
The map above here is without one toll road called “17-Mile-Drive”. This is a scenic road in the central-northern California, between Monterey and Carmel. The “17-Mile-Drive” is a road 13 miles long, along the Monterey Peninsula (the entrance is free for bicycles and you have to pay for the cars), you will pass between some golf courses including Pebble Beach (one of the most famous in the world), and some of the most richest villas.
If you drive on this stretch of road you need to know that there is a famous place called Lone-Pine, or the Lone Cypress, set on a promontory towards the sea.
As I said before, there are also bridges, that if you want to cross them you need to pay a fee, for learning more, I’ve wrote a post here called “Bridges Paid in California.”
Have Fun and Travel a lot!