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Eucalyptus Lane - Montecito

The Best Beach Walks in Montecito & Fun Things to do in Montecito

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Overview

Mileage: 2-3 miles mi • Region: Montecito

Things to do: Beach Walking, Running, Dog Walking, Tide Pooling, Surfing, Swimming

Hidden at the foot of San Ysidro Road, Eucalyptus Lane provides beach access both to Fernald or Hammond's points. There are excellent tide pools, long stretches of beach, and a host of beautiful homes to enjoy. This is an excellent spot to start for out-and-back walks either to Fernald Point or the Biltmore. Surfer's often use this beach access point to get to the Hammond's surf break.

Beach Walk Details

  • Length : 2 miles east to Lookout Park; 1 mile west to the Biltmore & Butterfly Beach
  • Tide Notes : Low tides required to walk west towards Montecito on the beach but there is a trail that will take you around the tide hazards.
  • Cautions : Please be respectful of private property rights.
  • UseFees : None
  • Canine : Dogs on leash OK


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Beach Regions: Montecito
Beach Activities : Beach Walking , Running , Dog Walking , Tide Pooling , Surfing , Swimming

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Beach Walk Details

  • Length : 2 miles east to Lookout Park; 1 mile west to the Biltmore & Butterfly Beach
  • Tide Notes : Low tides required to walk west towards Montecito on the beach but there is a trail that will take you around the tide hazards.
  • Cautions : Please be respectful of private property rights.
  • UseFees : None
  • Canine : Dogs on leash OK

Access / Parking

  1. From State Street, follow Highway 101 east for 3.5 miles to the San Ysidro off ramp in Montecito.
  2. Turn right (San Ysidro becomes Eucalyptus Lane on the ocean side of Highway 101) and drive a half mile to the beach access point. Be careful crossing the railroad tracks.
  3. There are 12 parking spaces next to the beach. If full, head back up Eucalyptus Lane a bit and park along the road.

 


Things to Know

Be careful crossing the railroad tracks on the way to the beach.

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Last Updated: Monday, November 10, 2014