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It is home to approximately 100 households (less than 300 people) however, over 600 boats call Moss Landing "home" too. The commercial boats are known for gathering dungeness crab, halibut, king salmon, albacore, anchovies, sardines, squid, prawns, red snapper and other species. There is also a fuel dock.
Surf, bird watch or enjoy the ocean at Moss Landing State Beach. Moss Landing is also known as a destination place for great seafood. Moss Landing is home to Phil's Fish Market, named Best Seafood Restaurant in the world by BBC Travel. If you enjoy Mexican seafood and a coastal environment, you can visit The Whole Enchilada. After dinner, take time to visit the local shops which include the New Shakespeare Sanctuary. For more information, visit Moss Landing Chamber of Commerce. The fresh produce stands are a MUST VISIT.
Considering moving to Moss Landing? This is an excellent place to live, especially if you commute on Hwy 1.
NEWS - Damaged Dunes Restored at Moss Landing State Beach (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
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