Ventura Inspiration Guide 2018 - 38
VENTUR A HARBOR VILL AGE
No trip to Ventura is complete without spending time at Ventura
Harbor Village. Stroll the waterfront promenade to watch boats
coming and going, hit the beach, then head to Channel Islands
National Park Visitor Center to start exploring the islands. There
are also dozens of boutiques, galleries, waterfront restaurants,
and entertainment venues to explore. Consider this your guide
to exploring Ventura Harbor Village, and for more info, check
out venturaharborvillage.com. See you by the water!
The exclusive boat concessionaire to the Channel Islands National
Park and Marine Sanctuary. Half-day and full-day trips are
available to hike, kayak, and camp; there's also whale-watching
and wildlife cruises to see dolphins, sea lions, and other marine life.
For that Ventura-casual look, Barefoot Boutique is where you'll
find trendy clothes for every California girl, whether you need
a new outfit for a beach day or a night on the town. Browse
the racks at this well-stocked shop for affordable sundresses,
handbags, locally handmade artisan jewelry, and much more!
barefoot boutique ventura
Ventura Harbor Village and Coastal Cone photos by
Kamilo Bustamante; Island Packers photo by Doug Mangum
ANDRIA'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT AND MARKET
Voted Ventura's Best Seafood for 26 years and counting, Andria's
offers the freshest seafood available - we're talking straightoff-the-boat - prepared-to-order anyway you like (grilled, fried,
baked, or broiled). Start with a bowl of homemade clam chowder
then try the charbroiled halibut or fish and chips.
andrias seafood restaurant