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The breathtaking and must-see sights of Santa Barbara are beautifully captured in a deated driving tour that covers 25 miles. Fittingly named, The Santa Barbara Scenic Drive, this tour takes approximately one hour to follow without stopping.
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We highly recommend walking out to the breakwater for an eye-catching vantage of the city nestled beneath the towering Santa Ynez mountains. Continue west along Cabrillo Boulevard, which becomes Shoreline Drive.
During the gray whale migration December through April, you might even spot whales breaching! About 2 miles from the Harbor, Shoreline Drive bends to the right and comes to a stoplight at Cliff Drive. Turn left here and continue straight on Cliff Drive for about 1 mile until you come to the roundabout at Las Positas Road.
Go halfway around the traffic circle to continue on Cliff Drive. The especially dog-friendly beach is off-leash to the left and on-leash to the right. Turn left and note the indicating that you are entering Hope Ranch, an upscale residential community featuring elegant homes and palm-tree-lined ro.
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Named after Thomas Hope, an Irishman who purchased the land in for sheep ranching, Hope Ranch was first developed as a residential area in Continue on Las Palmas Drive, past the golf course on your right. Go straight ahead, passing over the freeway to La Cumbre Road. Turn right on Foothill Road, also known as Route Drive along Foothill Road for about 2.
Turn right here and, in 0. Continue on APS along the ridge until the road starts to head downward and you come to a roundabout, about 2. Go through the roundabout, taking the third exit up the hill continuing on Alameda Padre Serra which becomes Eucalyptus Hill Road and then Alston Road.
Montecito boasts some of the most spectacular and expensive real estate in the United States and is home to the rich and famous. Continue on Hot Springs Road until you come to the 2nd stop after about 0. Turn left staying on Hot Springs Road and head north towards the mountains.
Continue on East Valley Road for about 0. Turn right at the first traffic light on San Ysidro Road. Continue on this road south for 1 mile to a stop and turn right on N. Jameson Lane, which runs parallel to the north side of the freeway.
At the 1st stop about 0. Instead of continuing straight, turn left to cross over the and head towards the iconic Butterfly Beach across from the Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara. Take the 3rd exit on the roundabout, going under the freeway.
Continue on Cabrillo Boulevard. The Bird Refuge will be on your right, with views of the Santa Barbara Zoo perched on the hillside above. On your left will be East Beach, which is a popular spot for beach volleyball.
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Immediately upon arrival, your senses will naturally be heightened by the tantalizing combination of sights, sounds, and flavors. A timeless getaway with contemporary appeal, Santa Barbara presents an enticing line-up of impeccable resorts, compelling cuisine, locally produced wines, stunning natural landscapes, invigorating outdoor adventures, restorative…. End Date.