Located on a little peninsula in south Los Angeles, San Pedro sports a small-town atmosphere despite its occupation as one of the city's most active seaports. Although lobster festivals and lighthouse tours enliven the neighborhood by day, San Pedro's citizens retire to beach-inspired bungalows soon after the sun sets. San Pedro's community-run corner shops contribute to its local charm, but when it's big-city anonymity you seek you'll have to find a car. The good news? The 110 freeway is minutes away.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
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San Pedro is bordered by Harbor City, Rancho Palos Verdes, Lomita, and Wilmington
A Simple Seaport Lifestyle In San Pedro
San Pedro is in my opinion a tapestry with tattered corners, adorned by unparalleled beauty. Most residents are 2nd and 3rd generation dwellers."
Marine Themed Tourist Attractions
Spectacular Green Space
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