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Santa Barbara County

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Popular Attractions in Santa Barbara County

Danish Village
4.5/5
441 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
The Danish Village is a sunny town that the Danes say is even more Danish than Denmark. It is sunny most of the year. In the Danish language, Solvang means “the field under the sun”, and Danish Village is exactly as its name suggests. The town has been meticulously assembled and arranged by the Danes and is just like their hometown. It has a Nordic-style church, windmills, shops and even the Little Mermaid statue from Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale.
Santa Barbara
4.5/5
100 Reviews
Country/City
Santa Barbara Waterfront
4.8/5
20 Reviews
Beach
Seashore

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Private Group Wine Tour of Santa Barbara Wine Country
5/5
3 Reviews
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromUS$248.50
Santa Ynez Wine Country Shuttle
FromUS$86.50
Self-Guided Solvang Windmill Wine Walk
5/5
6 Reviews
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromUS$48.50

Santa Barbara County Weather

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Today
Jul 9, 2020
14 °
Mostly Cloudy
14-23
Tomorrow
Jul 10, 2020
15°
Intermittent Clouds
15-25
Saturday
Jul 11, 2020
16°
Clear
16-27
Sunday
Jul 12, 2020
15°
Mostly Clear
15-28

Trip Moments

Renyuan_Taishan   
Santa Barbara old mission is one of the ten cathedrals in California. It is known as the Queen of Missionary Stations. It stands tall in the town and has a large green meadow in front, which creates a strong desire for picnics. The church is decorated with pink hooks, the girl's heart bursts, and the surrounding green flowers reflect each other, especially suitable for shooting candy-colored fresh blockbusters. The church used to be the headquarters of the California Diocese, and two symmetrical bell towers mark the church's lofty status as other churches. There is also a fountain on the square built two hundred years ago, which still plays a role, so-called "drinking water source". It is also a perfect reflection of the church.
Posted: Jul 25, 2019
Renyuan_Taishan   
As the back garden of Los Angeles, Santa Barbara is full of mansions, and the legendary old world beauty makes the city known as the American Riviera and attracts many hotels. Four seasons, W, Magnificent, Hilton, and a lot of names can not be called, everything is to make this more rich holiday atmosphere, stealing a half-day leisure. Because of the wallet relationship, I have set a 4 star Hilton Beach Resort, this is the case, plus parking, breakfast costs, is still 2000 + one night, the US knife is really seeing blood. The hotel is very close to the Stearns Wharf. The facilities are old and the rooms are quite standard. The lobby is a small bright spot. The huge floor-to-ceiling windows attract the greedy sunshine and are a treasure for the photographer. The hotel has a huge swimming pool, free to open, California never squats, it will make the skin feel the pain of burning, and the best way to alleviate it is to soak in the pool water.
Posted: Aug 1, 2019
Lynn&Luca   
Santa Barbara Courthouse in downtown Santa Barbara. It is known as the most beautiful government building in the United States. Built by Spanish immigrants 160 years ago, it has been used for government office work. And in 1926 officially changed to the local court. At the entrance, you can reserve a guided tour and you can enter the inside of the clock tower to visit. The opening time is written at the entrance. Ordinary visitors can climb the roof of the court and overlook the city. The entire court is like a large lush garden. There are many court staff in the building, but at the same time visitors are free to visit. Every detail here is exquisite, and the colored tiles on the walls and the semi-open-air spiral staircases are all beautiful. If you come to Santa Barbara, you must not miss it here.
Posted: Dec 30, 2018
Little_Round_Circle   
On the first road, which was suddenly sunny and rainy, the sky turned blue. A road trip that does not follow the plan, the surprise stretches from the beach to the sea. From the Danish village to Santa Barbara, the second is sunny, the traditional Spanish architecture makes the whole small town stand out on the coastline. It is the favorite small town on this road. So, in love with Santa Barbara, the night in Los Angeles is deep.
Posted: Jan 26, 2019
carina   
Santa Barbara is a Spanish-inspired town with many architectural features and many convents worth seeing. We just hurried around the circle, it is a pity. Santa Barbara faces the sea in the south, and several blocks in the north are over 4
Posted: Dec 23, 2018

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I recommended Santa Ynez Valley, Nojoqui Falls Park.
Here are the best places to visit in Santa Barbara County, including: El Presidio de Santa Barbara State Historic Park, Carpinteria City Beach, Santa Barbara Waterfront, University of California, Santa Barbara, Elverhoj Museum.