Santa Barbara

  • Overlooking Santa Barbara, the American Riviera

    Overlooking Santa Barbara, the American Riviera

  • Santa Barbara's Annual Children's Fiesta Parade

    Santa Barbara's Annual Children's Fiesta Parade

  • The Boathouse Restaurant on Hendry's Beach

    The Boathouse Restaurant on Hendry's Beach

  • Santa Barbara Mission

    Santa Barbara Mission

  • Looking in from Stearn's Wharf

    Looking in from Stearn's Wharf

  • Sunset on Cabrillo Boulevard

    Sunset on Cabrillo Boulevard

  • Amazing dining experiences

    Amazing dining experiences

  • The Santa Barbara Mission

    The Santa Barbara Mission

  • A view from the Santa Barbara Courthouse

    A view from the Santa Barbara Courthouse

  • Sunset at the Harbor

    Sunset at the Harbor

  • A crisp morning overlooking the beach

    A crisp morning overlooking the beach

  • The Santa Barbara Zoo

    The Santa Barbara Zoo

  • Inn By The Harbor

    Inn By The Harbor

Santa Barbara, known to many as “the American Rivera,” where the mountains touch the sea, is one of the most beautiful and quaint cities in California. Being perfectly located on California’s south coast and just a short hour drive from Los Angeles makes this city, with its red-tiled roofs, Mediterranean climate, sandy beaches and multi-tiered mountains, one of the most desirable places to live in the world.
 
Santa Barbara is home to three college campuses, a world-renown medical facility, a myriad of engineering and research companies, retailers and a booming tourist industry. It attracts people from every nationality, age, wealth and background.
 
Santa Barbara also boasts some of the most beautiful and luxurious estates in the world, as well as an abundance of condominiums and entry-level homes. There are many diverse areas in Santa Barbara in which to live. There are homes perched on the top of majestic mountains and homes built on the sandy beaches of the Pacific. Downtown living can be fun and convenient; it’s a short walk to shopping, movies, restaurants and parks.
 
There is no limit to the type of recreation available in Santa Barbara. The weather is mild enough to be outside year round and enjoy the things you love: hiking, biking, swimming, surfing, scuba diving, kayaking, sailing, volleyball, para-sailing, baseball, basketball, soccer, running, walking – it’s all here for you.
 
Come to Santa Barbara and experience the true meaning of living in Paradise!