Carpinteria Area 



Located east of Santa Barbara and northwest of Ventura, Carpinteria is a genuine piece of paradise. No need to fly away to Hawaii or the Caribbean! Beaches here during the summertime are delightful! Volleyball, lifeguards, waves and you can walk right up the street for lunch in an old fashioned café or an upscale wine tasting venue. A strong sense of community pride makes for locals preserving much of the bluff top for public use. Included in the inspiring bluff top walk is a sea lion rookery where babies can often be spotted. Local volunteers protect this unique habitat so the babies and their mother's are not disturbed by beach walkers or their dogs.



Measuring approximately 9.5 miles, Carpinteria boasts  world famous white sand beaches, a Museum of Natural History, Farmer's Markets, wonderful bars, clothing boutiques, spas,  restaurants, commercial shopping centers, municipal pool, Library,   Post Office  and an inviting  small town feel.  Since 1987, the California Avocado Festival has been held in Carpinteria on the first weekend of October. The Santa Barbara Polo Club, one of the main equestrian polo fields in the country, is located in Carpinteria.


The city is also home to Hollandia Produce, an organic produce company with 70 employees.[, an online software training company ranked as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. (according to Inc.magazine's 2010 500|5000 company listing) had its headquarters in Carpinteria. The company was purchased by LinkedIn in 2015 for $1.5 billion.[15] The economy is based on agriculture, tourism, retail, research and development.  The largest Torrey Pine Tree on earth is located right in town. It is called the Waldholme Torrey Pine.

     Please let us show you around this wonderful yet still small beach town!!! And it is only one hour or so from Los Angeles!