Santa Barbara Farmers Markets

    Fresh organic fruit and great local produce await you at Santa Barbara County’s farmers markets. Local farmers and produce sellers love talking about their crops and techniques, and are always willing to answer your questions.  Vendor options range from organic honey, to lavender products, to myriads of fresh fruits and veggies, to a variety of locally grown flowers including the vast array of orchids the neighboring town of Carpinteria is so known for. With a farmer’s market being held at a different location around town almost every day of the week, there is no reason to miss out on the fresh local produce abundant in Santa Barbara.


    Tuesday – Santa Barbara Old Town (500 & 600 blocks of State Street from 4pm to 7:30pm in the summer and 3pm to 6:30pm in the winter)

    Wednesday – Solvang (Copenhagen Drive and First Street from 2:30pm to 6:30pm in the summer and 2:30pm to 6pm in the winter)

    Thursday – Carpinteria (800 block of Linden Avenue from 3pm to 6:30pm in the summer and 3pm to 6pm in the winter and); Goleta (Corner of Storke and Hollister in the Camino Real Shopping Center from 3pm to 6:30pm)

    Friday – Montecito (1100 and 1200 blocks of Coast Village Road from 8am to 11:15am)

    Saturday – Santa Barbara Downtown (Corner of Santa Barbara and Cota Streets from 8:30am to 1pm)

    Sunday – Camino Real Marketplace (Corner of Storke Road and Hollister Avenue from 10am to 2pm)

    When it’s not feasible to make it to a Farmer’s market, or if you need to supplement your Farmer’s Markets purchases, you have some great options to secure other organic produce including Tri-County Produce, a local favorite near East Beach, Lazy Acres on the Mesa, a popular beach community, three Trader Joe’s locations around town, and Gelson’s market and Whole Foods, both in the San Roque neighborhood.