Top 5 Things to Do During Your Spring Break in Santa Barbara

March 20 is the first day of spring this year, and we couldn’t be more excited for the next few months in Santa Barbara! Spring Break isn’t just for the college kids. We enjoy access to the beach and venues along Cabrillo Blvd Santa Barbara — and all the fun activities the area has to offer. From wine to music to culture, April and May bring us some of the most exciting festivals and events of the year.

What lovely weather we’re having!


A little rain can’t keep us down. Sunny days in the sixties mean prime cycling weather. With complimentary beach cruisers during your stay, you can go anywhere! The Cabrillo Blvd Santa Barbara area is pretty much yours for the taking.

1. Founding Day Festival

Commemorate 236 years of history at the birthplace of Santa Barbara, El Presidio de Santa Bárbara State Historic Park…. Following the ceremony, enjoy an afternoon of living history stations, stage performances, and tours that focus on the history and culture of California.

2. Santa Barbara Vintners Festival

Taste from over 100 wineries, savor our best local fare from farmers to foragers, and meet the chefs who make it magical. Drink in the sparkling Bubble Lounge, listen to live music, learn from our cooking demos and let our landscape soothe your soul.

3. Big concerts at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Catch alt-J, Bon Iver, and LCD Soundsystem in April and May.

 

4. Earth Day Festival

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”

5. Santa Barbara Fair and Expo

Make plans to enjoy some great talent on the Fair and Expo Stages. Music, Illusions, Dancing, Magic and more will keep you and your family entertained for hours!

What’s on your spring Cabrillo Blvd Santa Barbara itinerary?

While we’re here year-round, we always look forward to these annual festivities. We love meeting new guests in town for one event or another! And we always look forward to your next visit. Let us know when to expect you!

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