Facts about Ventura

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Facts about Ventura

Marisol Gonzalez, Contributor

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People probably don’t know that the actual name for Ventura is San Buenaventura. The name San Buenaventura comes from a Spanish mission established in 1782 by Father Junípero Serra. Ventura has a rich history of people who have lived in the area for at least 10,000 years.

Ventura is a good location for a variety of outdoor activities such as,

  • Hiking
  • Surfing
  • Biking
  • Paddleboarding  

If you visit the Channel Islands National Park departs from the Ventura Harbor and offers a fascinating look at the marine and wildfire and more.

These are some of the places that you could visit in Ventura.

  • The Ventura pier and promenade
  • The Ojai paved bike path
  • Serra cross park
  • Marina Park
  • Mission San Buenaventura
  • Ventura city hall
  • San Buenaventura state beach

If you get hungry, these are a few good places near Ventura.

  • M & S Tasting Cafe 
  • Asda 
  • Clydes Bar and Grill
  • Monson
  • Pizza express
  • Bluewater Indian Restaurant & Take away

In Ventura there committed to providing local businesses with the resources they need to thrive and expand. There the region leader in the healthcare and public administration sectors with three renowned medical institutions and the county government headquartered.

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g60769-Activities-Ventura_California.html

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