Rancho Palos Verdes
Rancho Palos Verdes, more commonly known as RPV, is a city in LA County that is known for massive tracts of open space and views of the Pacific Ocean. Its name translates to “Ranch of Green Sticks.”
Once you pay a visit, you can go to the Wayfarers Chapel designed by the famous Frank Lloyd Wright. Your next stop? How about a trip to an oceanside park? Drive to the Abalone Cove Shoreline Park where you can get a tan, set up a picnic spot and explore caves and trails.
San Pedro is one of the most attractive and historic regions in LA. It combines an aura of a small-town vibe, eclectic shopping, exciting cultural attractions, and a world-renowned cruise center.
The Cabrillo Beach is considered to be one of the best beaches in the Los Angeles area. You can find it near the Point Fermin Park. The beach is divided into two distinct parts–the inside and outside the breakwater. There is also a fishing pier great for whale-watching.
The city of Torrance is an ideal place to live in with its clean, secure, safe, and attractive environment. It covers more or less 21 square miles and is placed in the southwestern Los Angeles County that is bounded by the Pacific Ocean in the west part.
Places to go to are the Madrona Marsh, the Torrance Beach, the Los Arboles Rocketship Park and the Charles H. Wilson Park.
Redondo Beach is part of the three Beach Cities in L.A. County that is situated in the South Bay region. It features the Seaside Lagoon, the Veterans Park, the Hermosa Beach pier, the Hopkins Wilderness Park, and the Moonstone Beach.