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Redondo Beach pier is always an excellent time families from all across the world always find a way to make it to check out this worst Historical location. They have a variety of food courts and shopping locations located throughout the pier if you're visiting...More
Gorgeous sunset over the boats in the water. Make sure to go to Quality Seafood (largest fish market on the west coast) and get oysters on the half shell.
The pier itself isn’t that impressive though, pretty touristy. I’d recommend checking out Hermosa Beach and...More
Definitely not a quaint place but Redondo Beach Pier area does have its own character. Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach are just beaches and piers, but Redondo Beach Pier area is like a community of shops and eateries, many of them are run by Mexican...More
If you have never seen a pier before you might enjoy this place, or if you want an evening or afternoons stroll by the sea, this could be a good choice. But compared to Santa Monica there are limited attractions and it is a bit...More
Have been coming to Redondo Beach Pier for years and have nothing but fond memories. Lots of fresh seafood with lots of choices for something else if fresh seafood isn't your thing. Quality Sea Food has lots of live choices as well! Steamers from the...More
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Yes, you can swim on the beach, on the south side of the pier..You cannot swim in between the 50 yd section of the pier because of the rocks and pilings. And at high tide there is no sand..The water goes right up to the... More
Yes, you can swim on the beach, on the south side of the pier..You cannot swim in between the 50 yd section of the pier because of the rocks and pilings. And at high tide there is no sand..The water goes right up to the rocks..1000s of people swim on the beach right next to the pier on hot summer days..