Los Alamos, California



Sun Village, California

Los Alamos, founded in 1876 by John Bell and James Shaw, is a census-designated place near the Santa Ynez Valley in Santa Barbara County, with a population of about 2,000. The town, which was once an important stagecoach stop, is an excellent place to visit for anyone interested in antiques, California history, wine tasting, and good food. Santa Barbara is approximately 45 miles to the southeast, Solvang is about 176 miles to the southeast, Santa Maria is approximately 18.7 miles to the northwest, and Ventura, in Ventura County, is about 79 miles to the southeast. The town is only a few minutes from U.S. Route 101 which runs the entire length of California. The San Antonio Creek, which flows from the Solomon Hills in Santa Barbara County, passes through Los Alamos before it enters the Santa Barbara Channel and Pacific Ocean.





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