• Carpinteria

Population: 13,700

  • Carpinteria is a quiet, coastal town with a charming main street laden with family-owned restaurants and mom-and-pop shops. The main street, Linden Avenue runs all the way to tranquil Carpinteria State Beach, known as the "World's Safest Beach". Farther south, visitors can walk across the bluffs and peer down to the harbor seal rookery where pups and their parents lounge on the beach. The area and setting lend to being very family friendly.
  • Carpinteria, or Carp, as the locals call it, lies 12 miles southeast of Santa Barbara. The native Chumash tribe used to build canoes here and when the Spaniards happened upon the boat builders in the late 1700s, they named the place Carpinteria, or "carpentry shop."
  • A few minutes drive south from Carpinteria and you are at Rincon Point, where you can watch surfers perform on world-class waves. Directly inland is the rural valley that stretches beneath the foothills and overlooking mountains, which are filled with flower nurseries, polo fields, avocado farms and horse ranches. Depending on your hobbies and interests, Carpinteria is sure to provide something for everyone. The city also offers a beautiful and eclectic selection of hotels and beach rentals for visitors to choose from.
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