BEACH LOCATIONS: Along with holding two major harbors, Ventura County Beaches reach further than most perceive. They extend 14 miles northeast from the City of Ventura to Rincon Point (Famous Santa Barbara, Ventura County Line), and south past Point Mugu to into Malibu, next to the Leo Carrillo State Beach.
Much like the Ventura Harbor, the Channel Islands Harbor and surrounding Beaches are an awesome place to live, work, and play. located on the Southern California Coast between Santa Barbara and Malibu, the beaches are sandwiched between Malibu and Santa Barbara, within commuting distance to Metropolitan Los Angeles, Los Angeles International Airport, and Santa Barbara Airport. Please free to call us for assistance with your real estate needs. Meanwhile, here are some facts about Ventura County Beaches:
THE WEATHER: Because of the waters influence, the average temperature is approximately 72 degrees, a little cooler in the winter than in the summer. The weather here has been noted to be some of the best in the world by the National Weather Service. And because of the weather, it is also believed that more types of vegetation can grow there than most other areas of the world.
RECREATION: Along with enjoying the fun Southern California Beach life, popular activities for the area include golfing, fishing, hiking, surfing, kite surfing, water skiing, harbor cruises, sunbathing, and moonlight strolls along the beach. With room for much growth, the thriving towns, harbors, hotels and convention centers draw international visitors year-round. The Harbors are home to thousands of boats; sailboats, power cruisers and a working fishing fleet. Harbor activities include; sport fishing, whale watching, scuba trips, kayaking and charter boat rentals.
Multinational corporations… Biotech pioneer Amgen, Trade Desk, Amazon, and outdoor clothier Patagonia call Ventura County home, as do other companies doing business in everything from software development and multi-media production to sea urchin and other seafood export.
SAFETY RANKINGS: Identified by the FBI as one of the safest counties in the United States, Ventura County attracts plenty of business and investment capital, but maintains the look and feel of small towns with distinct identities. For instance, Port Hueneme, just south of Channel Islands Harbor, is perhaps best known for being the only deep-water port between Los Angeles and San Francisco. The rapidly growing port is now the fourth busiest in California. The Pacific Coast Highway and 101 are only minutes away and make it easily accessible. Downtown Ventura has also seen a renaissance of late, and is emerging as a charming, upbeat district dotted with graceful palms, outdoor cafes and music clubs featuring from jazz and swing to rock and blues.