4 Secrets To Santa Barbara! | Hidden LA


Mission Santa BarbaraSanta Barbara limo services sure have a blast. We get to cruise up and down the American Riviera, PCH, Solvang and Montecito on a daily basis. Having served the county for over 20 years, our limousine services know the ins and out of the area. We have also come to know some pretty exciting facts and spots throughout the city. Hang on as we present some hidden facts you probably did not know of.

1. Scarface House


Few customers renting limos in Santa Barbara know that the actual house of Tony Montana in the best-selling film Scarface is located in Montecito. Popular on cinematic limousine tours, the city has been featured in various big movies. In one film, Batman throws a bomb off of Stearns Wharf, while Barbara Jane’s (Meryl Streep) home in Its Complicated (2009) can also be seen in town. The movie Sideways (2004) was mostly filmed in the Santa Ynez Valley, located a short drive from the city itself.

2. Romance at Sea


Numerous companies offer romantic cruise tours from the city. Santa Barbara limos have for instance been utilized for couples going on sunset dining cruises, party boats, concert yachts and similar.

3. Wine Country


Santa Ynez’ vineyards are amongst the most gorgeous in California. Renting a hot air balloon for a date here can be an ideal adventure. Why not try wine-sipping onboard a balloon flying over acres upon acres of rolling green hills?

4. Island Paradise

Just across the channel from the city is where we find Channel Islands National Park, a true treasure of the sea. Visited by planes from Camarillo Airport and by boats, this hidden gem is home of numerous species found nowhere else on Earth. Limousines take clients here for experiencing the great outdoors, camping, hiking or photographing.

Book your tours of the city today! Your Santa Barbara adventure is closer than you think.

Limousine at Stearns Wharf

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4 Secrets To Santa Barbara! | Hidden LA


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