California Vacation Rentals by City
Sometimes, the “where” is way more important than the “how big” or “with what.” Narrow down your searches to the right location and select your amazing California vacation rental.
Our popular rentals include Downtown Santa Barbara rentals, luxury Santa Barbara rentals, and Santa Barbara coast rentals. All of our Paradise Retreats properties are exceptionally safe, regularly cleaned, and you will enjoy more privacy as they are more isolated than hotels. These vacation rentals in Santa Barbara county are very convenient if you want to engage in Santa Barbara activities actively. However, you can enjoy the same beautiful weather and views in other nearby towns.
Carpinteria rentals and Summerland retreats are great if you want to be in a small town next to the ocean. In these spots, you can be secluded, yet close for day trips like the Santa Barbara Zoo or Stearn’s Wharf. If you simply don’t want to stay in Santa Barbara, explore our Montecito rentals! Adjacent to the town, it’s perfectly close to the amenities of city-living but sparsely populated. If you’re interested in land further northwest, you’ll find California vacation rentals in Los Olivos, Santa Ynez, and Solvang. Ventura is the last town where we offer California vacation rentals. You can enjoy a beautiful coastline, and amazing weather equally well at any of our locations, so choose any city. In conclusion, come get your taste of Santa Barbara Coast rentals!
Which is the most luxurious area in Santa Barbara to stay?
The Montecito area in Santa Barbara County is well known worldwide for its luxury and chic vibe. Montecito is a beautiful town that many celebrities call their home, where you can find the most amazing places to stay in Santa Barbara, CA.
Are hiking trails in Santa Barbara?
Yes. The Santa Barbara hike trails are some of the most beautiful sceneries in the country, with amazing views combining the mountains and the sea for the perfect hiking adventure. You can check the California State Parks, Santa Barbara County Parks, and Los Padres National Forest websites for more hiking information.