Redondo Beach


Welcome to Redondo Beach


Iconic beach city where work, play, and home all mingle
There are two distinct sides to Redondo Beach. Along the southern edge, Redondo Beach has a beachy, slower lifestyle. Meanwhile, North Redondo Beach is more densely populated and full of young professionals working at places like Northrup G and SpaceX. 
Redondo Beach has a history as a key player in the oil and lumber industry of California, but it really was put on the map when Hotel Redondo opened in 1890. With the resort’s golf course and luxury amenities, it transformed the town into a popular destination for vacationers wishing to escape the bustle of Los Angeles or come from other parts of the country to enjoy the warm coastal air.
Large beachfront homes of Southern Redondo contrast with the more compact homes and luxury condos that put the residents of Northern Redondo Beach steps away from the exciting community happenings. No matter which end of the city draws you in, you’ll find gorgeous ocean views, luxury amenities, and all the charm of a California beach town.

What to Love

  • Beautiful beaches and perfect surfing conditions
  • A variety of options for lifestyle and luxury homes
  • The casual, welcoming community

Local Lifestyle

Redondo Beach is often touted as a tourist and resort town, but it also has some of the most innovative schools in the state, as well as many large and small businesses flourishing in its midst. It’s an active community, with many opportunities to get out and enjoy the balmy weather. Year-round it’s a tight-knit community full of excitement and opportunity.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The slower, beachy lifestyle of South Redondo Beach is reflected in its gathering spaces.  At Riviera Village, shoppers can find upscale boutiques, take advantage of high-quality services such as dentists, estheticians, and finance, or go out to a nice dinner. There is also a Farmers Market full of local artisans and fresh produce every Sunday throughout the year.
French-inspired eats load the menu at local favorite, Dominique’s Kitchen. If you’re looking for spectacular seafood with a view, Bluewater Grill offers oceanfront dining with a menu full of seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. Zagat named Baleen Kitchen “One of the Top 10 Best Restaurants for Waterside Dining in LA” thanks to its serious menu and sleek atmosphere. Directly inspired by Mexico City and Oaxaca, Ortega 120 stands out in Redondo Beach’s food scene. 

Things to Do

King Harbor Marina is the hub of much of the water activity in Redondo Beach. With boat slips, rentals, and tours, there are always boats coming and going. It’s also home to King Harbor Yacht Club, where members can dine, sail, and race year-round. Every winter, crowds flock to the marina to witness their spectacular Holiday Boat Parade.
The city’s iconic Redondo Pier has been one of the longest tourist attractions in the area. They have a full calendar of events throughout the year, including weekly yoga, movies on the pier, concerts, car shows, and more. Riviera Village will not be outdone when it comes to celebrations, and two of its best events are the annual Halloween Festival and Holiday Festival.
For more low-key fun, visit Wilderness Park. There’s tons of room for recreation and overnight camping. Back along the beach, Kids Camps take place during the summer where kids can learn everything from Junior LifeGuarding skills, surfing, volleyball, and skateboarding. The beach volleyball courts are also home to a series of volleyball tournaments throughout the year.


Redondo Beach Unified School District is home to a handful of incredible, high-achieving public schools.
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