Summerland, California is a quaint little seaside town reminiscent of a New England village nestled on a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean. You won't want to miss the many antique stores that line Lillie Ave, the main street of Summerland. Summerland is just five minutes down the coast from its neighboring city, Santa Barbara.
This town’s name says it all: Summerland is a classic California beach town. Just five miles south of Santa Barbara, swing off Highway 101 to meander down Lillie Avenue, dotted with antique stores, cozy cafes and locally owned shops punctuated by charming cottages. The town’s central beach is framed by Lookout Park, where you can watch the breakers from above and take...
Summerland is a census designated place in Santa Barbara County, California, United States. The population was 1,448 at the 2010 census down from 1,545 at the 2000 census. The town includes a school and a Presbyterian Church.