Welcome to Redondo Beach
Enjoy an easy-going lifestyle in a sun-kissed beach town
Redondo Beach is a beach town 40 minutes away from downtown Los Angeles. As a popular beach destination, Redondo Beach boasts a warm and hospitable community to match the bright skies, vibrant sunshine, and majestic seaside views it offers. A family-friendly park, a historic pier, and an incredible surfing culture continue to attract residents and visitors to Redondo Beach for some all-around good times.
What to Love
- The Beach
- Beach volleyball and water sports
- Pacific Coast Highway
- Proximity to Los Angeles
- Natural beauty and attractions
Living in Redondo Beach promises days that start with glorious sunrises and ends with breathtaking sunsets. The neighborhood encourages play and adventure to bask in the area’s natural, outdoor attractions. As one of the South Bay cities, Redondo Beach offers an eclectic lifestyle without losing access to events, boutiques, and corporate businesses in Los Angeles. The Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) offers a scenic drive to and from work making the commute a breeze.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
South Bay Galleria is the primary shopping and dining destination in Redondo Beach. From homegrown brands to international retail stores, it has classic and trendy options. Alternatively, you can shop for rare finds along the roster of antique shops lining the Pacific Coast Highway.
Redondo Beach has organic dining options for health enthusiasts. Turquoise Restaurant is a friendly neighborhood spot serving up classic Mediterranean dishes and quality beer and wine. Gather family and friends at one of their outdoor patio tables and make sure to start the meal with their Olive-Walnut Tapenade and cap it off with their vegan Persian Ice Cream.
And of course, living next to the beach does not count without enjoying fresh seafood. Redondo Beach is known for its seafood markets and restaurants preparing heartwarming culinary favorites from the fresh catch of the day. Bluewater Grill supports local fishermen and ensures sustainable fishing practices. They have seasonal offerings, like the French Bouillabaisse and Italian Cioppino, and the usual, delicious fan favorites such as the New England Clam Chowder and the Pan-Seared Scallops.
Things to Do
Dubbed as the “Crown Jewel of the South Bay”, the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center is a modern arts and culture venue that has hosted prominent performers since it opened in 1992. You can catch inspiring speakers, live bands, and performances from the Los Angeles Ballet company in this intimate venue with state-of-the-art lights and sound equipment for a world-class entertainment experience.
Spend a night under the stars in the Hopkins Wilderness Park. Located near a residential neighborhood, this popular park also serves as a campsite for families. It gives kids a different experience with nature within the safety of their community. During the day, families can set up weekend picnics and barbeques, while enjoying easy walking trails and a plethora of flora, fish, and turtles.
Meet people and stock up on fresh produce at the Riviera Farmers’ Market every Sunday. Discover responsibly produced fruits, vegetables, organic honey and oil, and homemade goods in this weekly community event. Small local businesses like Haya Coffee and family-owned Dancing Crow Vineyards offer locally roasted coffee beans and artisanal wine with rich, complex flavors to die for. The annual Riviera Village Summer Festival is a 3-day street festival filled with live entertainment, carnival rides, arts and crafts, and international food choices.