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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to Redondo Beach, Los Angeles! Situated in the South Bay region of the Greater Los Angeles Area, Redondo Beach is one of three Beach Cities along with Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach. With around 67,800 residents, the city is located just 7 miles south of Los Angeles International airport and 18 miles from Downtown Los Angeles. Redondo Beach has been a popular resort destination in Southern California for more than a century and it is easy to understand why. Its proud coastline and excellent beaches can stand up against any Mediterranean resort, and visitors can enjoy everything from surfing and fishing to first class dining, shopping and cultural attractions. If you enjoy lazy days in the sand, you’ll appreciate the fact that the Redondo Beach is not crowded like many beaches. With lots of parking space and ample room to place your beach towel, Redondo Beach offers an undisturbed experience in the sun. If you want to enjoy access to a plethora of restaurants and shops at the Pier and International Boardwalk, visit Beachside at the Pier. If you’re looking to simply shop and dine, head straight to Rivera Village just a few blocks from the beach. This adorable area is perfect for a lax afternoon or nigh out with friends and family, offering an abundance of boutiques and terrific outdoor dining. This cozy neighborhood is nestled in South Redondo Beach and features more than 300 unique restaurants, retail shops and various services. Whether you’re in the mood to sip on a cocktail, take a yoga class or get pampered at the spa, Rivera Village has just the place you need. The neighborhood also hosts a series of events during the holiday season, featuring live music, a wine garden area and sweet treats – a quintessential village experience. 
For more fun, head down to the Waterfront neighborhood and take a walk by the harbor or devour fresh seafood at one of the restaurants by the pier, or visit the eclectic North Redondo area to experience some of the most unique dining and shopping places in South Bay. History buffs may want to stop by the Redondo Beach Historic Museum, The Morrell House Living History Museum and the Old Historic Pier to explore times long gone. Redondo Beach offers the epitome of beach living, while still being close enough to Los Angeles to offer all the Hollywood glamour and attractions any tourist may want to experience!
"Redondo Beach" by Britt Reints as licensed under CC BY 2.0
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