Rancho Palos Verdes


Welcome to Rancho Palos Verdes

An upscale, suburban paradise stretching along the Peninsula
Along the top of the southeastern side of the Palos Verdes Peninsula stretches a serene oasis. Secluded from the bustle of the nearby urban areas, this upscale suburban community still provides everything its residents need, including great schools and stellar amenities. It’s also home to iconic spots such as Wayfarers Chapel and the Historic Point Vicente Lighthouse as well as an incredibly scenic coastal drive.
Originally home to cattle ranchers and shepherds, the sweeping ocean views of Rancho Palos Verdes soon caught the eye of wealthy Los Angeles locals looking for the serenity and space available in the south bay area.
Like most of the Peninsula, Rancho Palos Verdes is characterized by large homes that rest on spacious lots. Stunning views of the ocean and lush landscapes are found around every corner, bringing this already upscale community to the next level.

What to Love

  • Family-friendly amenities and great schools
  • Extensive hiking trails
  • Beautiful homes with stunning views
  • Luxury resorts and clubs

Local Lifestyle

This coastal suburban community is an ideal place to raise a family. It’s not so secluded that getting to the nearby cities is difficult, but with its spacious residential streets and stunning coastline, it feels like a world to itself. It’s a tight-knit community, centered around the schools and the clubs, and residents of Rancho Palos Verdes have everything they need close by.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Golden Cove Shopping Center is a gathering place for residents who want local goods and delicious restaurants. It has well-known favorites like Trader Joe’s and Starbucks, as well as high-end boutiques like Saga, which carries women’s fashions made in Italy. There are a variety of dining options in the center, including the fresh seafood at Asaka Sushi & Grill, authentic dishes of Swan Thai, and an extensive draft beer selection at Peninsula Tap House.
The dining gems of Rancho Palos Verdes are located on the grounds of Terranea Resort. Cielo Point is a seasonal restaurant that overlooks the resort’s adult-only pool. Perched on the cliffs above the ocean coves, Nelson’s is a favorite for casual dining. Closer to the heart of the resort, Bashi creates Asian-influenced dishes with fresh, local ingredients. And for a casual meeting or a caffeine fix, Sea Beans serves up specialty drinks and fresh bakery treats daily.
Every Sunday throughout the year, local farmers and artisans gather at Peninsula High School for the Palos Verdes Farmers Market. Sales support the PV Schools, and it’s a great way to get farmstand produce every week. 

Things to Do

Residents of Rancho Palos Verdes are close to some of the finest clubs and resorts in the South Bay. Beyond housing some of the finest restaurants in the area, Terranea Resort also has a links golf course, a spa, and is a destination for many large company retreats and weddings.
Peninsula Racquet Club is a multi-purpose tennis facility that has classes, tournaments, and courts for all ages. With panoramic ocean views and a championship course, Trump Golf Club sets the gold standard for the game in Southern California and is great for a casual game, lessons, or tournaments. Beyond the fairway, it has upscale dining and hosts many weddings and events.
The beauty of this corner of the Peninsula is best seen from one of the many hiking trails that wind along the coast and through the neighborhoods. The Historic Point Vicente Lighthouse is also worth visiting during the times it and the museum that accompanies it are open.


Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District is home to a handful of incredible, high-achieving public schools.
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