Ventura

Ventura in California is about 60-70 miles north of Los Angeles on the Pacific Coast Highway, US-101, depending where you start from. It should be an hour or so's drive, but that depends on the time of day. There's a lot of traffic into LA in the mornings, and out again in the afternoons, which can slow you up. 

Ventura has miles of beautiful sandy beaches, lots of good eating in fine-dining restaurants, some outstanding hotels and inns, access to the Channel Islands National Park, an old Mission, an enjoyable museum with an excellent collection of Native American items – it's an almost perfect vacation destination, or place to overnight if driving the Pacific Coast Highway. What's not to like?

The Museum of Ventura County

Using the Pacific Coast Highway, Ventura is about 70 miles (113kms) from downtown Los Angeles, and about 380 miles (612kms) from San Francisco

Read about the Ventura free public trolley
and check out our page on Ventura Bars.

Further Information
Visit Ventura



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