Visit Redondo Beach, California

The beach town of Redondo Beach, California, is located in Los Angeles County, about 18 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles and 10 miles northwest of Long Beach.

Redondo Beach is a family-oriented community and a good, safe place to take a family day out or vacation. There is something for everyone to do. Visit Redondo Beach Pier (the pier is open 24 hours a day, although most shops close at 2:00 or earlier) with free public fishing, free Thursday night and Saturday night concerts, numerous restaurants, fast food outlets and gift shops and boutiques, and a bait and fishing business for those of you who want to go fishing, and a dragon business (buy a kite and fly it off the pier). There is also a dance club and bar, as well as a jazz and blues club. Visit the Redondo Beach Marina. There you will find sports charter, boat trips, water sports, seasonal whale watching excursions, twilight fishing, spectacular sunsets and other restaurants. Take a ride on Looking Glass, a 19-passenger underwater boat inspected by USCG, or Gondola Amore, which offers charming harbor cruises and romantic dinners. Rent a pedal boat or a kayak and do your own harbor cruise. At Redondo you can fish for sport fish and barracudas, bonitos, yellowtail fish, halibut fish, seaweed fish, white sea bass and many other species.

Go swimming, surfing, boogie boarding, snorkeling or just sitting on the beach and enjoying the sunny California weather. According to the Chamber of Commerce of Redondo Beach, you can walk, skate or cycle along the beach and the King Harbor to the north or south. From the harbor, the south will take you along the beautiful Redondo Beach Esplanade to Torrance Beach. North will take you along the beach through Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach or cycle through neighboring beach towns for more than 32 km to Venice and Santa Monica ".

Stay at the Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach Hotel, 300 N. Harbor Dr., Redondo Beach, Ca. 90277, (310) 318-8888 or Portofino Hotel & Yacht Club, 260 Portofino Way, Redondo Beach, Ca. 90277, (310) 379-8481 "Where Crashing Surf, Graceful Sails, and Heady Ocean Breezes Create the Perfect Getaway", or the Best Western Redondo Beach Inn, 1850's South Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach, Ca. 90277, (310) 540-3700 with "Heated Pool, Spa, Sauna, and Gym" or the Budget Palos Verdes Inn, 1700 p. Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach, Ca. 90277, (800) 421-9241.

Whether you prefer fast food, ethnic food, seafood or steaks, Redondo Beach has everything from burgers to great seafood and upscale eateries like Redondo Beach's Breakwater Steak, Jazz & Seafood Restaurant by candlelit tables, glowing fireplaces, live -Jazz floating in the air "and a menu that includes everything from RoetFort crust filet mignon to 16 ounces boneless rib eye angus steak to roasted halibut in lemon rappersauce and roasted cold water lobster tail.

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