Santa Barbara County

Because of the mountainous terrain and the valleys weaved throughout, the county's varied microclimates make it ideal for growing 12 different grapes across over 15,000 acres.

Nearby Attractions

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Old Mission
Known as “Queen of the Missions” for its exceptional beauty, the Santa Barbara Mission was founded by the Spanish Franciscans in 1786.
Santa Barbara Courthouse
Designed in the Spanish-Colonial style and completed in 1929, the still-functioning Courthouse is an iconic Santa Barbara landmark.
El Presidio
The Santa Barbara Presidio is a former military installation built by Spain and founded on April 21 of 1782, while the American Revolutionary War raged across the continent.
Spanish Colonial Architecture
From red-tile clay roofs to street names, the architecture of Santa Barbara is infused with the spirit of Spain.
Kayaking in Santa Barbara Harbor
Hop in a kayak for an exciting way to see SantaBarbara’s shoreline, perfect for adventure seekers!
Santa Barbara Harbor
With unbeatable views and located along the bustling Santa Barbara Waterfront, this historic working harbour is an excellent launchpad for a variety of adventures.

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