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A vacation in Redondo Beach, California, can be whatever you want it to be. Relax on the beach, swim in the ocean, or go whale and dolphin watching off the coast. Stroll along the iconic pier and stop to eat really fresh seafood. However you spend your Redondo Beach vacation, you’re sure to find the perfect place to stay from the hundreds of rental options on FlipKey. Start your search today!

About Redondo

The Chowignas were the first people to stay in the Redondo Beach area. They fished and used the salt from the salt flats to preserve their food.

In the late 19th century people from around California began vacationing on the coast and many settled in the Redondo Beach area. The town grew mainly because of the railroad and port. The development of the lumber trade ensured the port was always busy. Now there is only one lumber mill left standing and this has been converted to house the Cannery Row art studio. It’s a unique site which you should definitely check out.

The first hotel, the Hotel Redondo, was built in 1889 and because of this, Redondo Beach soon became a desirable vacation destination.

The local cuisine is essentially American with hints of European and Asian dishes filtering into it. Give it all a try during your stay.

What to do in Redondo Beach

If you have kids, they'll love the Hopkins Wilderness Park. Have a picnic there, or hike along the trails. You can even rent a campsite for the night.

Go on a whale watching tour and see the majestic creatures breach. If you don't see whales, there are usually dolphins playing in the boat's wake and sea lions to spot.

Visit SEA Lab, a relatively small sea aquarium, which is perfect for elementary school-age kids. They'll love Dominguez Park too!

Redondo Beach is ideal for surfing, kite surfing, wind surfing and stand-up paddle boarding, as well as swimming, of course. Alternatively, just soak up the sun on the beach and relax.

Try a Segway tour! You'll love the experience and don't worry—you are trained in how to do the tour safely. This is a great way of seeing the waterfront at Redondo Beach.

No vacation at Redondo Beach can be complete unless you visit the pier. Don't miss this sight out when you’re there!

Top travel tips for Redondo Beach

It's easy to get around Redondo Beach. The Metro Bus line goes through the city as does the Metro Green Line.

There are bus services which serve all the beach cities and Torrance, as well as the downtown financial area of Los Angeles.

If you fly into LAX, you will be able to hire a car for the duration of your vacation. This is probably easier than trying to figure out which public transportation company operates on the routes you need. Plus, it means you can travel around at your own pace.

Buy your fresh fish and seafood from the fisherman's market on Redondo's pier. Or, you can eat at one of the restaurants on it.

Redondo Beach, California is an ideal destination for a vacation. People have been visiting it for over a hundred years, and it's still popular. There's a lot to do in the Redondo area so you won't be bored. Find accommodation that suit your needs on FlipKey and book now so that you are not disappointed.