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  • 21

    Chase Palm Park

    5 reviews

    This long park borders both sides of Cabrillo Blvd. from the East Beach to Stearns Wharf and is more of an area than an actual park. Much of it has been renovated recently and it has made this area a wonderful place for hanging out on a Sunday afternoon. On the harbor side there is a long bike and rollerblading ...

    Popular withFamilies
  • 22

    East Beach

    6 reviews

    Just did the Reef and Run here and it was a great setting. I think this is the best beach in Santa Barbara for spending a lot of time at. There's a lot of sand and space to lay out and there are volleyball courts on the sand, as well as being across the street from some very nice hotels.

    Popular withOutdoorFamilies
  • 23

    Arlington Theatre

    5 reviews

    Fabulous architectural theater. go to an event or movie here. it is surreal.

    Popular withNightlifeDesignTrendsters
  • 24

    Alameda Park

    5 reviews

    The site of Summer Solstice celebrations each year, Alameda Park is always a great place to get some fresh air. If you are traveling with kids, the playground is legendary.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorBudget
  • 25

    Campus Point

    5 reviews

    Campus Point beach located right on the UCSB campus is a great place to surf, hang out, dive, and all around enjoy a nice beach. Freshman dorms overlook the beach.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalAdventure
  • 26

    Stern's Wharf

    5 reviews

    A really nice place:restaurants, shops, museum. Historical wood construction. Perfect views 360 degrees around

    Popular withFamilies
  • 27

    Douglas Family Preserve

    4 reviews

    Dog Park! Amazing ocean view park for great walks on a cliff above the ocean!!

    Popular withSpiritualAdventureBackpackers
  • 28

    Wheel Fun Rentals

    5 reviews

    Rent a 4 wheeled bike for a ride along the waterfront. (Or ride the ones at your rental for free and get a workout on the way back up the hill)

    Popular withAdventureOutdoorWellness
  • 29

    Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens

    4 reviews

    Great place to take a walk or bring kids. Beautiful landscaping and a pond with turtles, fish and ducks. Watch out for the duck poo! It consists of one entire city block, bounded by Santa Barbara, Micheltorena, Garden, and Arrellaga Streets; it is across Santa Barbara Street from the Unitarian Society of Santa Barbara, and across Micheltorena Street from Alameda ...

    Popular withFamilies
  • 30

    The Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation

    4 reviews

    This is such a great venue! Intimate, lovely, and less expensive than venues in Los Angeles, the Santa Barbara Bowl is a great option for catching your favorite bands.

    Popular withLocalNightlifeFamilies
  • 31

    Paddle Sports Center

    4 reviews

    get information on sports and ocean rentals and guides.

    Popular withWellnessOutdoorAdventure
  • 32

    Santa Barbara Fish market

    4 reviews

    Fresh and cheaper uni prepared with great customer service

  • 33

    University of California SB

    4 reviews

    A wonderful campus the the jewel of the UC System, set on a prime Santa Barbara Coast line, A beautiful aquatics complex, open to the public,

    Popular withBusinessLocalFamilies
  • 34

    Santa Barbara Sailing Center

    4 reviews

    Go out and whale watch, or go diving, Kayak, sailing at sunset this is the place to go, for that adventure to the Islands. great food too

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureBudget
  • 35

    Kunin wines

    3 reviews

    Cute wine bar on the Urban wine trail! Try it out!

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersBusiness
  • 36

    Elings Park

    3 reviews

    right up the street from our home so lovely the view of the town and ocean it has it all 100 acres of trails

    Popular withAdventureBackpackersFamilies
  • 37

    Santa Barbara Adventure Company

    3 reviews

    Sea cave kayaking with Kenji as the guide. Ferry to the channel islands and kayak to the sea caves where you can encounter seals playing in the water at arms length and go in sea caves to hear the thunderous and exciting waves crashing on the rocks. On the way to the islands, dolphins playing and feeding can also be ...

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 38

    Cold Spring Canyon Bridge

    3 reviews

    Nice place to see if you're in the Santa Barbara area. Short drive up the San Marcos Pass from the coast. The highest arch bridge in the U.S. state of California, the Cold Spring Canyon bridge crosses a tree-filled ravine north of Santa Barbara. Two large steel box beam ribs support a 2-lane roadway 400 feet (122 mtrs) high. Controversy ...

    Popular withDesignFamiliesLocal
  • 39

    One Thousand Steps

    3 reviews

    A stairway down to the beach.

    Popular withGreenOutdoorFamilies
  • 40

    Municipal Winemakers

    3 reviews

    This place is about as unpretentious as you can get when it comes to a wine tasting environment. It's eclectic and laidback, with a definite urban vibe - which makes sense as it's part of Santa Barbara's Urban Wine Trail. This tasting room is my favorite one part of the Urban Wine Trail - both for the environment and the ...

    Popular withAdventure
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