Santa Barbara is a city with a great deal to offer. The diversity of attractions and sights is enormous. California's wine country has beautiful landscapes, the pacific ocean with all of its life and beauty, and architecture of the missions built by the Spanish in the 18th and 19th century. Come spend some time here and enjoy the beauty of Santa Barbara. Shopping, dining, sightseeing and theatrical entertainment are just the beginning. Spend some time at one of Santa Barbara's world famous beaches, take a tour tasting wine made by on of the distinguished wineries, or take in a performance by the Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera. Santa Barbara offers lots of great restaurants that will please anyone's appetite ranging from Seafood to Cajun. And the shopping is unlimited. There are lots of great places to shop, including outlets, collector's shops, specialty shops, antique shops, boutiques, high-end shops, and low-end shops.View Full Itinerary
The city of Ojai is nestled in the hills 70 miles northwest of Los Angeles near Santa Barbara. Its name is thought to be derived from a Chumash Indian word meaning "moon', but some residents feel an earlier interpretation of the word meaning "the nest" is more suitable to describe Ojai. There is something for everyone in Ojai. The city lies within Los Padres National Forest, and those who want to be close to nature will find many beautiful parks and campgrounds, trails to explore. For those more inclined to hike along quaint streets, there are world-class art galleries, unique shops, boutiques and fine restaurants. The town also boasts a world-renowned golf course and luxurious spas.View Full Itinerary
Los Olivos, California, is a small, charming and historic town located in the Santa Ynez Valley, about 10 minutes from Solvang and 128 mi/206 km northwest of Los Angeles. Named after the first ranch in the area, which had 5,000 olive trees, the town is now surrounded by expansive vineyards and horse ranches.
Beyond wine tasting, Los Olivos is known for its eclectic shops and art galleries, epicurean restaurants, antiques and intimate day spas. Many of the residential buildings downtown date back more than 100 years to when the town was served by a stage coach line and the Pacific Coast railway. http://www.losolivosca.com.
Mattei's Tavern, built in 1887 by Felix Mattei, is an old stage coach stop turned restaurant. At Brothers' Restaurant there you can dine on superb cuisine while catching a glimpse into the pioneering spirit and hospitality of the Old West. http://www.matteistavern.com.View Full Itinerary
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