Redondo Beach is the South Bay’s largest beach city, though it keeps a small-town feel and residents live by the open-minded, easy-going lifestyle it is known for. Surfers, artists, musicians, growing families and singles all can find a place to feel at home in Redondo Beach. Divided into two different real estate sections, North and South, each area demonstrates unique characteristics. Along the beach in South Redondo, the Riviera Village, a seaside outdoor shopping plaza, is laced with charming restaurants, spas, boutiques, and pubs. Many homeowners nearby enjoy a walkable lifestyle being close to the beach and the village. Meanwhile, in North Redondo, locals delight in a handful of great parks and the convenience of multiple businesses that trim the outskirts of the residential areas, including grocers, eateries, salons, and a fantastic library.
Attracting tourism as early as the late 1800s, Redondo Beach continues to draw crowds to its captivating landscapes, lively Pier, and Seaside Lagoon. Large bluffs line the powdery beaches while sunbathers gaze upon the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean and the lush Palos Verdes Peninsula when enjoying lazy beach days. Set sail from King Harbor where a thriving sailing community enjoys friendly competitions in the weekly regattas. The harbor is always buzzing with every watersport one can imagine like paddle boarding, outrigging, fishing, and boating. Students of Redondo Beach Unified School District may rightfully boast of excellent schools being ranked within the Top 20 best school districts in the state.