The Mediterranean in Capitola Cali.

Every time I’m in Capitola and around the beach, I love staring at the colorful Mediterranean style housing that lines right up against it.

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

The houses were built-in the 1920’s and are now all a part of the Capitola Venetian Hotel.

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

On this day I decided to get a closer look at the colors of the housing and of all plants and flowers around them. I’ll let the photos tell the story.

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

It’s not just me checking out the scenery.

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

Another favorite spot to check them out from and the surrounding area is from the balcony at Mr. Toots Coffeehouse. I don’t know what it is. The view just makes me think that I’m in a romantic place that’s far, far away. 🙂

Whenever I think of Capitola, one of images I will always have is of those two rows of houses right along the beach. The next step I think is to stay in one of them.

Capitola, California, Mediterranean housing, beach town

2 responses to “The Mediterranean in Capitola Cali.

  1. It took me a second to figure out this was not the Mediterranean. Very beautiful. Nice to know we can see this style architecture in California.

    • It’s always been one of m favorite places to hang out. I agree, being able to see housing like this and not be too far away. 🙂 Love checking out the housing along the beach and coast in Cali in general.

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