Beaches & Beach Towns
Your guide to the best beaches and beach towns in the Los Angeles area. LA Points of Interest.
Every First Friday the hip, trendy Abbot Kinney Blvd in Venice becomes a culinary extravaganza.
Truth is I don’t think anyone loves a beach more than man’s best friend.
While we’re a site about fun things to do in Los Angeles site, we feel Huntington Beach, aka Surf City USA, needs to be in our roundup of Southern California’s best beaches.
There are a lot of lists on the web talking about the most scenic road trip you can take in America. Their choices vary, but there is one that appears on every one of the lists. The Pacific Coast Highway through California.
Santa Monica Beach is the beach most tourists head to when visiting Los Angeles. There are a lot of good reasons for this.
Some confusion surrounds the world famous Muscle Beach in that there are two of them. One just beside the Santa Monica Pier and the other on the beach in Venice.
In a town known for demanding fresh, wholesome and natural foods, Cafe Gratitude is right at home in its Venice Beach location. Cafe Gratitude brings healthy plan based foods to Venetians in a bright airy and spacious atmosphere.
Fisherman’s Village is a waterfront mall, commercial boat dock and a top Los Angeles tourist attraction located in Marina Del Rey.
A must see landmark tourist attraction when visiting Venice Beach are the Ellison Murals at on the Ellison Suites building.
While the main Christmas events are over for the year in Manhattan Beach, you still want to swing by this luxurious beach town before the holidays are over.