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Redondo Beach

Redondo Beach

Known as the largest of the Beach Cities and adjacent to Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and Torrance lies the thriving community of Redondo Beach.  With 67,000 residents living and working in this seaside city, Redondo Beach is home to an outstanding public-school system, a renowned Performing Arts Center, the Redondo Pier and King Harbor Marina and 1.5 miles of sun-drenched beaches. A longtime resort destination, Redondo Beach is known by vacationidea.com as “L.A.’s Ocean Adventure Capitol”, where sport fishing, surfing, swimming, biking and countless other outdoor activities abound.

Living and working in Redondo Beach combines the best of both worlds – a wonderful community ambiance amidst tree-lined, leafy neighborhoods where charming beach bungalows are plentiful.  Coastline properties range from grand estates to pieds-a-terre and take advantage of sweeping views of the Pacific and invigorating ocean breezes.  Prominent shopping districts include the Riviera Village, South Bay Galleria and the Marina Harbor complex, where local purveyors and exceptional dining options offer local goods and homemade fare.  Community events include seasonal whale watching, a weekly Farmer’s Market, Fourth of July Fireworks at Seaside Lagoon, the Riviera Village Holiday Stroll and the annual Superbowl 10k. 

Nestled in its own vibrant part of L.A.’s South Bay region, Redondo Beach is a destination unto itself and is the perfect spot to enjoy all that the Beach Cities have to offer.  Convenient to much of Los Angeles, Long Beach and just seven miles from LAX, Redondo Beach offers accessibility as well as a delightful, scenic place to call home in Southern California.