Welcome to the Victoria Motel in Ventura, CA

Victoria Motel is located in Ventura, California right off Highway 101. At your Motel in Ventura you will be just minutes from great beaches and outdoor fun. Our convenient location makes for easy access to great shopping and dining around Ventura. Choose Victoria Motel for your Motel in Ventura and we'll make sure to take care of you.

Your motel in Ventura is the perfect place to stay in the Ventura, California area – whether it's for a vacation, a business trip, a family reunion, or just passing through. Your motel in Ventura is close to Ventura Harbor for Pacific Ocean fun and we're right by the county fairgrounds for exciting year round events. Your motel in Ventura will make sure to accommodate you and your party during your Ventura, CA stay. Go ahead and start planning your next vacation by reserving a room online.

Victoria Motel
2350 So. Victoria Ave.
Ventura, CA 93003
805-642-2173

Four Brix Winery

Four Brix Winery – an urban winery located in the heart of Ventura – specializes in internationally-inspired wine blends. We produce wines based upon our four favorite grape growing regions: Italy, France, Spain and California. The word "Brix" is a term for measurement of sugar in grapes; therefore Four Brix equals four sweets spots for great wine! With a total production of around 1,000 cases, these wines are very limited and in high demand.


Ventura Pier and Promenade

Since its original construction in 1872, the Ventura Pier has stood as a symbol of the region's rich history and natural resources. Once the cornerstone of Ventura County's agricultural, construction and oil trade, today the Ventura Pier is a favorite attraction for fishing, picnics, sunset strolls and beautiful views of Ventura County's coastline and the Channel Islands.

Mission San Buenventura

Mission San Buenaventura is a Spanish mission founded by the Franciscan order in present-day Ventura, California. Founded on March 31, 1782, it was the ninth Spanish mission established in California, and the last to be established by Father Junípero Serra. Named for Saint Bonaventure, the mission is the namesake of the city of Ventura (officially "San Buenaventura") and Ventura County.