Redondo Beach touts all the trappings of its fellow Beach Cities, Hermosa and Manhattan, but it's decidedly more reserved. This ocean-view neighborhood's quainter nature stems from its distance from Downtown. What it lacks in big-city proximity it makes up for with surf, sun, and pier side amusements. Pedal away the day along Redondo's favorite recreation trail, The Strand, and feast on fresh seafood on the pier by night—this organic oceanfront neighborhood embraces exercise and wholesome living.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Laid-Back Beach Attitudes In Southwest Los Angeles
Pier Play: Redondo Beach's King Harbor
There's a varied selection of restaurants, eateries, and cafes. Oh and not to forget, all the sites LA has to offer are easily accessible by car/public transportation."
The boardwalk sprawls from Palos Verdes to Santa Monica...you can enjoy surfing, swimming, volleyball, walking, running, skating, biking, hiking, and all the activities that come to mind when you think of Southern California."
Oceanside Dining and Drinking
Shopping In Redondo Beach
From Seaside Escape to Residential Escape
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