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Santa Barbara is easily identifiable by its red-roofed Spanish-Mediterranean style buildings, its broad boulevards shaded by breeze-blown palms which only further this destination's reputation as the "American Riviera". It's a great place for a campervan rental destination vacation.

Though wine tasting and its beaches are two of the most popular area activities, exploring Santa Barbara is also a must. The city has many sights to offer for those interested in local culture. These include Mission Santa Barbara, the Historical Museum located nearby at El Presidio de la Guerra on Canon Perdido St., as well as several museums such as the California Modern Art Museum or Lace Museum found downtown near De La Vina Street.

When you're ready for the beach, there are many options to choose from. East Beach, West Beach, and Carpinteria State Park all offer beautiful beaches with opportunities for scuba diving or hiking in addition to some of the best surfing around! If that isn't enough excitement for one day on a sandy seashore, head out onto Santa Cruz Island where Channel Islands National Park is located. Here visitors will find eight islands offering more than 70 miles of coastline providing plenty of space to explore as well as several great snorkeling spots.

The Santa Barbara area is a hub for outdoor activity. You can do activities like biking, hiking, surfing and more in the surrounding areas. If you're looking to relax after some strenuous activity then there are plenty of wineries within driving distance that will be able to quench your thirst!

Santa Barbara Fun Facts

With its mild climate and enchanting location, Santa Barbara has won well-deserved recognition as “The American Riviera.” If you love France's South Coast weather then Santa Barbara is for you!

The city is known as the first "Hollywood of the North" for its early contributions to film during Hollywood's silent era.

On April 22, 1970 the very first Earth Day was inspired by a catastrophic blowout on an offshore oil well one year earlier.

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