Homes for Sale in Gaviota Coast enjoy the largest stretch of undeveloped coastline remaining in Southern California, which offers spectacular scenery of both the mountains and the sea. The 76-mile Gaviota Coast is well known for its remote beaches, rural landscapes, and expansive ocean, island and mountain views. With a sparse population and tight restrictions on development, residents of this unincorporated town enjoy exclusivity and peerless privacy.
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The Gaviota Coast is home of three beautiful state parks: El Capitan, Gaviota State Park and Refugio. It is considered a transition zone between northern and southern California. In this role it hosts an ecosystem of unique plants and animals. The waters are extraordinarily rich in marine life, and in the summer hosts one of the largest populations of Blue whales in the world. To learn more about the Gaviota Coast community and the real estate opportunities available to you, call or email Andy Adler. Andy has more than 25 years of insider expertise that can be a great advantage for choosing exactly the right home for you, here or elsewhere in the greater Santa Barbara area.