Ventura, formally known as San Buenaventura, is a coastal city in California. As of 2020, the city’s population was 110,763. The city has a lot of historic sites and beaches which attract tourists from all walks of life.
Ventura was founded in 1782 by the Spanish man Saint Junipero Serra. In the beginning, he set up Mission San Buenaventura, which later grew into a city in 1866. The growth of Ventura was spurred by the post-second world war economic boom coupled with a major oil boom.
If you want to have an adventure-filled afternoon, downtown Ventura is the place to visit. The area has a ton of restaurants, galleries, and museums. You can also find the well-built Mission San Buenaventura. The church is the catholic parish center founded by order of Friars Minor.
The council members of Ventura get to hold office for four years; the current mayor, Sofia Rubalcava, has held office since 2020. Julia Brownley currently occupies the position of representative in the U.S Congress.
The city of Ventura has college campuses, namely
• Ventura College
• Ventura College of Law
• Southern California Institute of Law
• Santa Barbara Business College
Ventura’s Mediterranean climate makes it a perfect year-round vacationing destination.