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Facts at a Glance

City of Carpinteria incorporated in 1965

Governed by five-member elected city council and City Manager

Carpinteria Valley is 11.6 square miles

City is 7 square miles with 4.5 miles being ocean

City population is 14,271

Climate is moderate with an average temperature in the 60-80s range

Rainfall is approximately 17-18 inches annually

Located 12 miles south of Santa Barbara and 15 miles north of Ventura along Highway 101

About Beautiful Carpinteria California

Carpinteria's splendid natural setting and small town charm remain relatively undiscovered. Yet visitors who spend time in this peaceful seaside city, located in the fertile Carpinteria Valley just 12 miles south of Santa Barbara, have a way of returning year after year.

They come to soak up sunshine at the beach, or simply to enjoy the small town pleasures of Carpinteria, where tree-shaded streets, parades and craft shows evoke a gentle way of life.

Carpinteria is home to a world-renowned surfing area at Rincon Point, and a beautiful swimming beach. Over 800,000 visitors come annually to swim, picnic, fish and hike at Carpinteria State Beach Park. Encompassing wooded groves and 4,000 feet of ocean frontage, the park offers overnight camping and the best surf-fishing and tide-pooling for miles around.

Dozens of antique stores, small shops and restaurants are clustered along the main streets of Carpinteria, making the Area a browser's paradise. Shoppers can sample prime fruit, vegetables and flowers - bounty from the surrounding hillsides - and chat with local growers at the weekly Carpinteria Farmers Market.

Once a year, the town's normally peaceful streets turn into a midway of adventure during the rollicking California Avocado Festival, an October spectacle devoted to good eating and family fun. Those in search of quieter pleasures can bike tranquil mountain roads, enjoy Sunday matches at the scenic Santa Barbara Polo Club, or stroll through the excellent Carpinteria Valley Museum of History.

Nature smiles kindly on the Carpinteria Valley, where fruit trees blanket the hillsides, sandy beaches stretch in the sun, and daytime temperatures range between 60 and 80 degrees. A variety of motels, quaint bed and breakfasts, and fully-furnished beachfront rentals welcome visitors to the Valley year round. 

 

About

We are located at Carpinteria California, just south of world famous Santa Barbara. Your home away from home address is 4975 Sandyland Road and can be reached at (805) 684-3570. Be sure to ask the Management Staff for Condominium Unit 302 to enjoy amenities and views like no other.

Carpinteria Beach is known for its gentle slope and calm waves in selected sandy areas but also good surfing swells in some of the more rocky areas. Seals and sea lions can be seen in the area December through May at the rookery in the nearby Carpinteria Bluffs, as well as an occasional gray whale. Tide pools contain starfish, sea anemones, crabs, snails, octopuses and sea urchins. A marathon-length round trip north of the rookery along the beach to Stearns Wharf in Santa Barbara is possible, though passable only during low tide. A very popular campground is located adjacent to the condominium along the beach. The bird watching is spectacular at Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve.

The beach resort city of Carpinteria is very near Santa Barbara, Santa Ynez, Solvang, Goleta, Ojai, Ventura, Oxnard, Montecito, Isla Vista, Channel Islands, Port Hueneme and Malibu. We'd love to be your ocean front resort condo rental for a relaxing weekend, holiday or extended vacation. You'll enjoy days of carefree living along the sea and sand of the beautiful Pacific Ocean.

Our Carpinteria Pacific Ocean beachfront condo is privately owned and is managed via an on site management staff making check-in and check-out convenient, as well as, ensuring all your needs are met by on site staff.