Things To Do In The South Bay Cities

There is one thing about living or visiting the South Bay area of Los Angeles and that is the fact that there is never a dull moment or wasted time looking for something interesting to do. Whether you are an adult or child, or in between, you will find something that is of great interest to you in the South Bay.

Three of the most popular places to visit is the Manhattan Beach Pier, Redondo Beach Pier and the Hermosa Beach Pier. Lots of great places to eat, drink, shop and go fishing if you wish to.

Visit the “Strand”, our own private beach freeway that you can walk on, jog on, bike on, skate on and it goes all the way from Will Rogers State Beach, down to Torrance County Beach near Palos Verdes Cliffs. Plenty of bike rentals, skate rentals along the entire Strand. The Strand will terminate just north of Playa Del Rey at Ballona Creek but continues on north on the north side of Ballona Creek.

Take a bike or auto cruise around the Palos Verdes Peninsula on Palos Verdes Drive West. Here you can take your time and wind around the beautiful hills overlooking the ocean and ultimately end up in San Pedro on the east side of Palos Verdes. Look across the Santa Monica Bay to Catalina Island, then when you get to San Pedro, you can cross the bridge and go to the Santa Catalina Island Boat terminal in Long Beach and get tickets to visit the island for more good times.

About Carol

As a premier real estate agent in the South Bay, I’m here to provide you with all the resources and information you need to buy or sell real estate. I work with buyers and sellers in Torrance, Redondo Beach, Rancho Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates, Long Beach and the surrounding areas and I’ve had extensive training in the latest real estate marketing strategies. I’m confident that I can offer you knowledge and tools most other agents can’t. Contact me so I can keep you updated on the latest real estate activities in our community and answer any questions you may have. I look forward to working with you!
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