Ventura's Southern California location makes it a haven for surfers, sun worshipers, and those who love the Pacific Ocean. If you value peace and quiet, the Channel Islands, one of America's most isolated national parks, lies less than two hours away by boat. If you prefer lots of fun and activity, downtown entertains with restaurants and a thriving arts scene. Near the hub of E. California and E. Main Streets, you can easily walk to both cheap hotels in Ventura and some of its high-end accommodations.
If you want to embrace nature, find hotels near Channel Island National Park and then set out for a camping adventure. For more relaxed activities, stay at Ventura hotels near San Buenaventura Mission, which was established in 1782 by Father Junipero Serra, or the Visitors Center, where you get a free inspiration guide, maps, and brochures. At night, the Majestic Ventura Theater entertains with some of the best acts in country music in early 20th-century opulence. Head for the harbor to view fishing boats, take a public tour that shows off high-end yachts and marine mammals, or take your board to Surfer's Point to catch some waves. You can find many hotels on the beach in Ventura, if the ocean is your primary attraction.
Ventura's talented food artisans offer you establishments to satisfying both food and drink desires. Restaurants on Main Street beckon with American delights such as New England clam chowder, lobster pot pie, and porterhouse steak which are accompanied by domestic wines from central California. This local brewing company refreshes with its constantly changing local ales and brew pub edibles like the brew house burger, pretzel fried chicken, and mole enchiladas.
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