Long Term Ventura Rentals
Any coastal vacation in California is guaranteed to be an unforgettable one, but some towns along the Pacific have an abundance of everything wonderful, and you just know visiting there is going to be especially memorable. Ventura Valley is one of those spots!
Nestled in a valley of majestic mountains and edged by coastal beaches, it would be difficult to find an area that doesn’t take your breath away, and the moderate temperatures of the region allows residents and visitors to take advantage of outdoor activities year-round. Vibrant and bustling, this historic area still manages to maintain that casual, laidback vibe that is so prevalent in our beautiful state. Life is beautiful in Ventura Valley, and your visit promises to be the best ever! Read on to learn why you should take advantage of our long-term homes for rent in Ventura, CA!
Inside Ventura Homes for Rent
No longer do you have to worry about staying in a stuffy hotel for an extended period of time. Ventura rentals from Paradise Retreats are the perfect way to stay long-term in Ventura Valley, and with many different options available, there’s a home or condo for groups of all sizes! Enjoy updated kitchens, high quality furnishings, and amenities like Wi-Fi, high-def TVs, on-site washer/dryer, and much more. The only thing missing from these homes for rent in Ventura, CA is you!
The Great Outdoors
You aren’t going to want to spend too much time inside on your fantastic Ventura Valley vacation, especially once you see all there is to do outside! Even a basic hike is made all that much more special by panoramic views of all that is beautiful about the Valley. Hike to the top of Mt. Pinos and fall in love with the views of the coast, or hike to the end of historic Ventura Pier and spend some quality time fishing, people-watching, or being awed by a Ventura Valley sunset. Watching the surfers catch some waves at Surfers Point Beach is another fun thing to do on a lazy vacation afternoon; we like to pack a lunch and picnic on the days when waves are particularly high!
Indoors Can Be Nice, Too!
The Ventura Valley has a long and rich history, something that is apparent when you take a day to museum hop. The Museum of Ventura County had relatively humble beginnings; Dr. Cephas Bard from Pennsylvania moved here to start a practice after the Civil War, and because money was in short supply, would often take the treasures his patients offered in lieu of payment. The exhibits housed in this now 15,000 square foot establishment still retain much of its humble beginnings, with many pieces from the collection of Dr. Cephas Bard. Another example of cultural history is the Mission San Buenaventura, which was constructed in 1749 and is still in use today. Tours of this historic structure are offered daily.
Experience Ventura Valley for Yourself
Ventura Valley offers something for everyone, including quaint shops, wine tasting rooms, quality restaurants, and some of our finest Paradise Retreats vacation rentals! Book your Ventura rentals today and discover how amazing a Ventura Valley vacation can be!