Santa Ynez still looks much like it did back in the 1800’s. On its main drag, Sagunto Street, what were once blacksmith shops and feed stores are now restaurants and home décor shops. Much slower in tone and mood than its neighbor Santa Barbara, Santa Ynez is home to many celebrities and beautiful sprawling ranches. From antiquing to fantastic restaurants, wine tasting and concerts at the Chumash Casino Resort & Spa or camping, hiking, swimming or fishing in the surrounding Los Padres National Forest, there’s something for everyone. Los Olivos, like Santa Ynez, still retains much of its quaint, Old West charm as well. However, with a stroll along its casual main street, Grand Avenue anchored with its vintage flagpole, you’ll now find the welcomed addition of upscale galleries, boutiques, cafes, hotels and over a dozen wine and specialty food tasting rooms.