Glamping in Santa Barbara

Glamping in Santa Barbara

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Highlights in Santa Barbara

  • Dramatic mountain backdrop
  • Glampsites in Santa Barbara
  • Upscale American Riviera getaway
  • Spanish Colonial style town
  • Stunning California beaches

Most popular amenities for Glamping in Santa Barbara

Pool 7
Internet 31
Pets allowed 12
Balcony/Terrace 18
TV 29
Air conditioning 14

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Wonderful glamping locations in Santa Barbara

Plan an unforgettably glamorous sun soaked vacation in this beautiful Spanish colonial style town in central California just 90 miles north of LAX, 228 miles north of San Diego and 332 miles south of San Francisco. Nestled against the base of the splendid Santa Ynez Mountains that cascade dramatically into the Pacific Ocean, this stunning coastal paradise offers the best of California. Bask in year round golden sunshine, explore miles of dazzling Pacific beaches and savor fine California wines and delectable Mediterranean style dining.

Glamorous city break for couples and small groups

Santa Barbara glampsite rentals provide a stunning, quintessential California setting for a luxurious, romantic couples long weekend or a wonderful Pacific oceanside trip with friends or family. Take in breathtaking vistas and enjoy the gorgeous climate with a relaxed, outdoor barbecue at your rental property and experience California’s fabled sunsets from your balcony with a sundowner cocktail in hand.

Travelers and activities

Santa Barbara for outdoor enthusiasts

The dramatic geography of Santa Barbara makes it a wonderland for outdoor adventure lovers. Unwind on beautiful stretches of Pacific Ocean beaches where surfers can catch some of the best surf breaks in the world with waves at legendary Rincon point traveling for up to half a mile. Outdoor thrill seekers can experience unforgettable mountain hiking trails culminating in spectacular views of the city and Pacific Ocean. Cycling, stand up paddleboarding, a relaxing day of sailing and whale watching are some of the glorious outdoor attractions on offer in this California vacation paradise.

Santa Barbara for fine dining and wine

Sample the best of central California’s vibrant, contemporary culinary scene where seafood fresh from the California South Coast, authentic Mediterranean flavors and farm to table premium quality seasonal ingredients provide a first class dining experience in a myriad of fabulous, laid back, stylish eateries across the county. Santa Barbara has a huge array of foodie hotspots where delectable meals are accompanied by carefully selected California grown wines. Santa Barbara has a well established reputation for world class pinot noir, chardonnay and syrah wines to perfectly compliment the wonderful flavors of your food.

„Santa Barbara was named over four hundred years ago in 1602 by the Spanish explorer Sebastian Vizcaino!“

Top 7 travel tips in Santa Barbara

1. Channel Islands National Park

Explore the spectacular, remote, rugged setting of the Channel Islands National Park where thousands of years of geographical isolation has led to a magnificent, unique ecosystem of plants and wildlife. Access to the island is by Island Packers concession boat or private boat. Pack a delicious picnic lunch and head out for a glorious day enjoying the sunshine, seaspray, spectacular hiking trails and breathtaking panoramas of the Pacific Ocean.

2. Santa Barbara Botanical Gardens

This world class, 78 acre preserve showcases more than 1000 rare and indigenous Californian plants. It is located in spectacular Mission Canyon with stunning views of the Santa Ynez mountains and the Santa Barbara Channel Islands. Spend a leisurely morning strolling through the 5.5 miles of pathways where you can experience the peaceful shade of a Redwood grove and enjoy an authentic Japanese tea house and tea garden. Cultivated displays blend beautifully with natural woodlands in this secluded botanical paradise located around 3.3 miles north of downtown Santa Barbara

3. Visit Mission Santa Barbara

The graceful, Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture of Santa Barbara’s most iconic landmark had a major influence on building styles in Santa Barbara. The La Huerta historical garden features mission era botanical exhibits while the Mission Rose Garden provides a beautiful setting for relaxing with a delicious picnic. Spend a glorious two hours soaking up Santa Barbara’s rich colonial history at this beautiful, interesting heritage site while taking in the spectacular view of the city and ocean.

4. Hike the Santa Ynez Mountains

This rugged mountain range rises steeply from the Pacific Ocean providing a majestic backdrop to the coastal paradise city of Santa Barbara. There are several outstanding hiking trails in the mountains that lead to incredible look out points with dramatic, sweeping vistas of the city and ocean. Ambitious hikers can climb the 2485 ft Gaviota Peak accessible via a 6.5 mile trail while the popular, easier trail to a mountaintop rock formation called Lizard’s Rock provides an unforgettable panoramic view over Santa Barbara.

5. Whale Watching

The nutrient rich waters of the Santa Barbara channel provide a haven for hundreds of species of marine life. Book a ticket on the 75 ft 120 passenger Condor Express and be awed by the majestic grandeur of humpback whales and the colossal blue whale while on their migratory path. Dolphin sightings are a given on this trip. Enjoy an expedition on the more intimate 15 passenger Sunset Kidd expedition to see dolphins and whales break the surface of the water and to hear whales catch their breath!!

6. Santa Barbara Wine Country Tours

Spend a wonderful, relaxing day exploring wineries located in the Santa Ynez valley on a guided wine tour that offers barrel room tours, tastings at three wineries and a gourmet lunch. Cycle through the scenic vineyards of Foxen Canyon or Santa Rita Hills on a tour that includes cycling equipment, a deli lunch and a guided tour offering rich historical insights and interesting discussions on winemaking as you sample the finest of Santa Barbara’s winemaking expertise.

7. Learn to sail in Santa Barbara!

Enjoy the glorious California sunshine and salty seabreeze while trying your hand at sailing. Regular North West winds make Santa Barbara a top destination for novice and experienced sailors alike. Explore the magnificent Santa Barbara coastline from the unique vantage point of a sailboat! Santa Barbara Sailing Center is one of the largest American Sailing Association schools in the nation where a fleet of 40 boats and highly qualified instructors and a range of year round tailor made courses will set you on course for confident sailing in no time!

FAQs: Glamping in Santa Barbara

Which types of services can you expect to find at the glampsites in Santa Barbara?

In regard to the amenities available on Holidu, it can be said that the glampsites in Santa Barbara contain everything that travelers need! Here, the glampsites generally have a variety of amenities, the most popular being: internet (100%), barbecue (74%), and balcony (74%)...Pretty cool!

How are the reviews for the glampsites in Santa Barbara?

According to the data collected last year, less than 20% of the glampsites in Santa Barbara get a rating of 4.5 stars. If this criteria is important for your trip, it will be necessary to be a little more attentive towards the scores.

Are the glampsites in Santa Barbara suitable for travelers and their pets?

In general, less than 10% of glampsites in Santa Barbara accept furry friends. We can therefore recommend that there are more suitable destinations in the USA to take your faithful companion with you.

Do the glampsites in Santa Barbara often come with Wi-Fi?

Yes! According to Holidu's database, 100% of glampsites in Santa Barbara offer Wi-Fi. So no need to panic, you will be able to stay connected throughout your stay!

How much does it usually cost for glampsites in Santa Barbara?

The glampsites in Santa Barbara are generally fairly expensive. According to the data collected last year, 37% cost on average more than $500 per night.

Do the glampsites in Santa Barbara often have a fireplace or a pool?

Certainly! According to Holidu's database, the glampsites in Santa Barbara have everything you need for every season. Here, 41% have a fireplace and 15% a pool.

Are the glampsites in Santa Barbara suitable for vacations with friends or rather for a vacation as a couple?

According to the data collected last year by Holidu, 81% of glampsites accept up to four guests. Approximately 63% of the glampsites here include at least two separate bedrooms. Santa Barbara is the ideal destination for going in small groups, with family or friends!

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