Extend Summer at East Beach
Enjoy premier living at El Escorial Villas at East Beach where every day feels like summer. 240 Por La Mar Circle, a Biltmore Plan corner unit, is one of the best in the development. Overlooking the pool and flooded with natural sunlight, peaceful gardens and mountain views, this easy living floor plan and unrivaled location make every day feel like a vacation. Only moments to East Beach, Montecito’s lower village, the Funk Zone, Santa Barbara’s wharf and more, at El Escorial you can relax in complete privacy, lounge by the community pool and spa, play tennis, enjoy a workout at the fitness center or take a stroll at the beach. Well-being with a casual personality — Santa Barbara beach living never looked so good.
The East Beach area has many exciting attractions and developments, drawing visitors and locals alike.
The historic Cabrillo Pavilion recently completed an extensive renovation. Updated and modernized, the pavilion features hip beach-front eateries and beautiful event spaces.
In need of a local grocery store? Look no further than Tri-County Produce, just around the corner and it offers the best fresh-squeezed orange juice in town, as well as fresh fish and produce.
The Mar Monte Hotel is a new and stylish place to stay or lounge by the pool.
If you are in need of a fabulous local spot to grab a bite to eat, Convivo at the Santa Barbara Inn is a delicious, ocean view restaurant that is sure to satisfy your appetite.
Looking for a great place for an outdoor workout, a game of baseball or soccer? The Cabrillo Park has you covered with a gorgeous palm tree and Pacific Ocean backdrop. Dwight Murphy Field is also just around the corner and features a baseball field and workout equipment.
Across the street is the Santa Barbara Zoo. It is a perfect way to spend a relaxed afternoon with over 500 animals to observe and sparkling ocean views!
Only moments from Montecito's fine dining on Coast Village Road and world-class resorts like the Rosewood Miramar Beach Resort, The Four Seasons Biltmore, and the San Ysidro Ranch, an indulgence of any kind easily accessible.