Cities near Palos Verdes Peninsula
- 1California, USA4 reviews
- 2California, USA1 review
- 3California, USA1 review
One of the most picturesque drives in LA, if not the best!
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- 6California, USA139 reviews
Very nice and B E autiful ... We had fun tons to do and eat.. Cupcake shops are yummy.. The only hard thing was some of the homeless, we tried to hook them up with food.. I felt bad walking out of a high end restaurant with my beautiful wife and seaing that. Hmmm.. I don't know... Other then that ...
- 7California, USA66 reviews
Lots of great restaurants to try out in Long Beach. There's also the Aquarium of the Pacific which is fun for both kids and adults. During Halloween time the Queen Mary becomes a haunted ship and is great if you like to be scared silly. Stop by for Lobster Fest that takes place every fall.
- 8California, USA49 reviews
I love Venice. Cool vibes, surf, stretches of gorgeous beach, bars & shops. The boardwalk is sure to amaze you, performers & weirdness that makes it so fantastic!
- 9California, USA16 reviews
Culver City has experienced a renaissance of sorts in recent years. Historically a center of production for film and television, it has now become/is becoming a cultural center full of galleries, adventurous restaurants and young people. A visit to the center square on Culver Blvd. (between Cardiff and Bagley) is a must if you'd like to see how real Angelinos ...
- 10California, USA64 reviews
Pro: + Walking distance to majority of store and restaurant in Manhattan. + Pretty clean and not too crowded beach + City offer free meter parking in holiday season + Great view, can see the whole beach shore all the way to Redondo beach. + Has a Strand + You can see a lot of surfer even when is cold. ...
- 11California, USA20 reviews
Largest small boat harbor in US. Rent boats, kayaks, bicycles. Many restaurants. From Fisherman's Village area take tour boat around the Marina. Check out Burton Chase Park on Mindanao. Beautiful views.
- 12California, USA20 reviews
Cute beach town in Los Angeles. They have a pier with great restaurants and shops. The beach isn't as crowded as other beaches in California. Would recommend anyone coming to California to come here for a day. Hermosa the volleyball capital
- 13California, USA7 reviews
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- 14California, USA42 reviews
West LA is a sprawling grid of urban blocks, with the UCLA campus at the hub of many Big Blue Bus services that connect to Santa Monica. If you've got money to spend, the cafes, boutiques and high-end restaurants here will appeal. If you're on a budget, check out the student haunts closer to campus.
- 15California, USA4 reviews
Visited here mostly for work but liked the location being in the Santa Monica Bay area. Part of the greater Los Angles area and is easy to get to.
- 16California, USA2 reviews
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- 18California, USA8 reviews
Although for the most part, San Pedro is a port city that see many commercial container ships and transiting cruise ship passengers, it can also be a destination in itself! I have been to their annual Lobster Festivals in the Fall several years in a roll and that is so much fun with good eats. San Pedro has so much ...
- 19California, USA2 reviews
Artesia is practically Cerritos, but has its own identity too. Popular for the Little India areas (particularly on Pioneer Blvd), Artesia is full of unique delights. Step into another country with a visit to the restaurants and shops on Pioneer.
- 20California, USA17 reviews
Quaint little beach town with good restaurants and a nice beach to play on. The children’s playground on the beach is very nice too! There is a Bike path, pier, surfing, and volleyball.