Santa Barbara California
Nicknamed "The American Riviera" founded in 1782
Beaches East Beach La Cumbre Plaza Park Santa Barbara Zoo State Street Stearns Wharf Sycamore Creek The Funk Zone
Beaches, In Santa Barbara, A California Coastal Town

Because Santa Barbara is located on the coast, it has several beaches.

East Beach, Santa Barbara

The town's eastern most beachnear the zoo

The Funk Zone, In Santa Barbara A California Coastal City

The Funk Zone is Santa Barbara's unique arts, business, and industrial district that resides between State St. and Garden St., and Montecito St. to Cabrillo Blvd. This amalgamation of historical marine structures, industrial lots, and old houses gives the zone it's face, while it's occupants that reside and work there give it the soul, supporting a mixture of creative uses.

La Cumbre Plaza, Santa Barbara

A shopping center at the northern most end of town.

Park, of Santa Barbara California

The city has several fine parks and a zoo.

State Street, Santa Barbara

The main road through the center of townbut at the high numbered end.

Stearns Wharf, In Santa Barbara A California Coastal City

Stearns Wharf is a pier in the harbor in Santa Barbara, California, United States Named for its builder, local lumberman John P. Stearns, the wharf served the passenger and freight shipping needs of California's South Coast for over a quarter century.

Sycamore Creek, Santa Barbara

A small creekthat ran through the east of town

Santa Barbara Zoo

Established in 1963Located at 500 Niños Drive

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