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Goleta - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

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Almenningsgarður
“Goleta Beach is a good beach to go to because its usually not very crowded, parking is easy, and its easier to get in and out with children.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Beautiful place that overlooks the ocean, you get to walk through the Eucalyptus trees and see butterflies!”
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Almenningsgarður
“Monarch butterflies migrate to Goleta each November through February and this amazing sight is best viewed at the Goleta Butterfly Grove. The site is open sunrise to sunset with no admission fee, but the City of Goleta does accept donations to support the Monarch Butterfly Docent Program. The grove is adjacent to the Sperling Preserve on the Ellwood Mesa. The Ellwood Mesa open space includes 137 acres of natural terrain with designated trails and beach access. There is a portable restroom located at the parking lot.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Lots of walking and running trails, access to Ellwood Butterfly Grove and Ellwood Beach; stunning ocean views!”
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Almenningsgarður
“Great park for young kids. Shaded, well kept up, good combination of swings, slides and other activities.. and walking distance via Berkeley Rd (must walk or bike to get across the creek).”
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Almenningsgarður
“See Eucalyptus trees filled with Monarchs over-wintering in the branches. Light filtering through the overcast lights up the Monarchs flying between trees. Then walk to the bluffs above the beach to see the Channel Islands. A short walk down to the undisturbed beach is a treat. Consider taking a blanket and picnic and sit on the bluffs over the ocean, you may see dolphin surfing.”
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