here, it’s also and short stroll over to Marina Park or San Buena
Ventura State Beach. The nearby amenities make this an easy beach to
spend the day.
Seaward Village itself is probably one of the few remaining authentic California beach communities that cater to the locals more than the tourists.
It’s actually a few small blocks beginning at Pierpont Blvd and continuing until the road hits the sand. Lot’s of good eateries here but not much else, which is okay since it’s all about kicking back and enjoying the beach.
If you’re looking for surf lessons or beach equipment rental, Seaward Surf & Sport is a mere few steps from the beach.When you're hungry, grab a burger at Duke’s or some Fish & Chips at Seaward Fish & Chips. If you’re lucky, you can catch Tacos-N-Beer serving up their popular tacos (they’re always closed when I’m in the area so I don’t think they keep regular hours).
Cappaletti’s is an unprententious italian eatiery with delicious food, and right across the street is a more upscale Italian restaurant, Spazzo’s.
Notice that funky little garden on Seaward Ave? Here's story about South Seaward Gardens...
From U.S. 101 North, exit Seaward, turn left towards the beach. From
U.S. 101 South, exit Seaward Ave. Turn left onto harbor and right onto
Seaward Ave. Keep driving until you reach the sand. Tip: Parking is very
scarce here and they will tow if you park on private property. You may
need to park in the Von’s parking lot up the street.
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