Playa del Rey, Los Angeles County
There story begins in a Village where the Gabrielino Indians once lived in the year of 1750. Now known as Playa del Rey, "The Last Stop Before The Pacific". You could say they are the center of some of the best beaches on the Pacific Coast. To the south are El Porto, Manhattan, Hermosa, Redondo, Torrance, and Palos Verdes. To the north Marina del Rey, Venice, Santa Monica and the Malibu Beaches.
A friendly Town surrounded by Wet Lands and the Pacific Ocean. You can walk to the pedestrian bridge that connects to the sister city, "Marina del Rey" one of the greatest harbor’s on the Pacific Ocean and view the boats coming and going out of the harbor, or walk along the bike path that hugs the sand and the sea. You'll see bikers, skaters, joggers and sun bathers enjoying the ocean breeze. If your timing is right, a volleyball tournament may be in progress. Let 's not forget the surf, when it breaks, its an awsome bonus to your experience.
Playa del Rey, you have no need for your car, unless it's just to get here, You can walk to the beach, or to your favorite restaurants, cafe's, taverns, or stores. When the heat is on in L. A. we'll cool you down at a 10 to 15 degree drop, without the smog!!! So if you'ld like to visit this village, by car, bus or plane. Land at LAX or get off the 405 freeway and head West. Playa del Rey is about 15 minutes from either one, you may see us sitting outside of our headquarters, Café Milan, sipping coffee or having a bite to eat.
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