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Secrets of Haskells Beach, Goleta, California
Just north of Santa Barbara, Haskells Beach was a secret surf spot for decades before an exclusive resort was built there in 1999. Since then, it has become more popular, but most folks still don’t know all the historic events that have happened in this area. Enjoy a short walk through the natural beauty while learning about the first people to live there, early attempts to capitalize on the pristine coastline, how an early landowner used a scruffy cactus to predict the biggest oil gusher in history, why the Japanese Navy chose this beach to attack by submarine, and more interesting tidbits of history!
People tell us all the time that our tours make travel easier and much more interesting. This tour, which plays on your mobile device, will lead you by foot to the secrets that Haskells Beach in Goleta, California, hold for those interested in the remarkable history of this fascinating area.
Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!
- The Chumash
- Naples of California
- Cactus and Oil
- Japan Attacks!
- Bird Island
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