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  • Take a tour of the tiny town of Harmony off Highway 1

    Harmony, a former dairying hub, is about 6 miles south of Cambria, parallel to and barely east of Highway 1. The 2.5-acre town was defined in a 1997 article in the Los Angeles Times as being “not much bigger than a typical strip mall," but it has a wedding chapel, creamery, vacation rentals and more.

Take a tour of the tiny town of Harmony off Highway 1

Harmony, a former dairying hub, is about 6 miles south of Cambria, parallel to and barely east of Highway 1. The 2.5-acre town was defined in a 1997 article in the Los Angeles Times as being “not much bigger than a typical strip mall," but it has a wedding chapel, creamery, vacation rentals and more.
David Middlecamp The Tribune