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» Span­ish His­tory

Get a glimpse into Santa Barbara’s ori­gins with a visit to Mis­sion Santa Barbara, known as “Queen of the Mis­sions.”

› santabar­baramis­sion.org

» Paso Robles Vine­yards

The fastest grow­ing wine re­gion in Cal­i­for­nia isn’t Napa or Sonoma. Paso Robles re­cently added 11 sub-avas (Amer­i­can Viti­cul­tural Ar­eas) to dis­tin­guish the dif­fer­ences in ter­roir in its en­tire grow­ing re­gion. › pa­sowine.com

» Pink Mo­ment

Look to the east for the set­ting sun’s re­flec­tion on the bluffs of the Topatopa Moun­tains in Ojai for a bril­liant pink sun­set.

› ojaic­ity.org

» Nitt Witt Ridge

Of­fer­ing a fun con­trast to the im­mac­u­lately cu­rated man­sion of Hearst Cas­tle, Cam­bria’s Nitt Witt Ridge is a cas­tle-like cre­ation of drift­wood, abalone shells and a va­ri­ety of funky trea­sures.

› vis­it­cam­bri­aca.com

» Vol­canic Sis­ter

Walk out to the base of Morro Rock, one of a se­ries of vol­canic plugs known as the Nine Sis­ters of San Luis Obispo County, in Morro Bay.

› mor­robay.org

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