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I love going to Redondo Beach and walking along the Esplanade. Just watching the waves come in a go out sooths my soul. I head to the Riveria Village for a lunch at one of the numerous restaurant they have there, no favorite they are...More
The Redondo Pier is more a dining destination than a traditional Calif pier.
It is boomarang shaped, doesn’t go far out into the sea and the parking is confusing.
For a genuine California pier experience head to the straight and long pier at nearby Hermosa...More
If you like surfing you will find the place a but disappointing as the water is always cold and waves are little and choppy. To go with family and kids is fine but if you are a surfer find some place else
That depends on who you are with and what you like to do. You could bike along the strand anywhere, from Torrance beach to Santa Monica. Shopping, museums downtown, marine life interpretive centers,...
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We live on the beach in Redondo Beach year round. March and April are very nice months to visit. Weather generally ariund 18C albeit can be 25C or more at times. Has been a warm Fall/Winter so far with temps up to 32C... More
We live on the beach in Redondo Beach year round. March and April are very nice months to visit. Weather generally ariund 18C albeit can be 25C or more at times. Has been a warm Fall/Winter so far with temps up to 32C+! Spring days on beach tend to be lovely if sunny and quiet. You may be alone in sunbathing. Water temps are cold, but perhaps not a cold as the Channel, North Sea, or the Atlantic so could be ok for you. Redondo Beach stores, restaurants, shopping areas, hotels, etc., are always open year-round. We have a very quaint area called Riviera Village that has many sidewalk cafes or restaurants, shops, and it is also just one block from the beach. We have a Pier with restaurants, shops, water activities like whale watching, paddle boarding, sailing, etc.. Adjoining Redondo Beach is the Palos Verdes Peninsula and it has a picturesque 17 mile coastal drive that ends in San Pedro where you can get an expansive view off Gaffey Street of Los Angeles harbor. Along this drive too there are small state parks, some tide pools, couple golf courses with full ocean views, a nature center, and lovely residential areas. Terrenea resort has an open terrace restaurant called Nelson’s on the cliff overlooking the ocean; bit dear but still, great place to have a drink or lunch along that coastal drive. Rent a car, you’ll need it. Redondo Beach is about 15-20 minutes south of LAX. I think you will have a fine time in March! Enjoy!