About the Pier

Originally built in 1889, Redondo’s historical Wharf 1 was the first of Redondo’s era of piers, wharfs, and harbors. Located just 8 miles south of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), today The Pier is the last landmark still representing that era, and continuing to host visitors from around the world and supporting regional tourism. The current seventh generation horseshoe-shaped pier, is known for its 70,000 square-feet of open space, and as the largest “endless” pier on the California coast.

The Pier & Surroundings
Enjoy a stroll with panoramic ocean and coastline views and over 50 dining, entertainment and retail establishments along the Pier, neighboring International Boardwalk, and Redondo Marina. The Pier is within walking distance to beautiful, friendly, seaside accommodations for every budget. Walk to The Esplanade, one of the most scenic stretches of beach in the world, offering a variety of land and water activities from biking, jogging, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, surfing, swimming and scuba diving, to boating, sport fishing and more!

Reinventing The Pier
The Redondo Beach Pier is about to launch a revitalization and renewal of its vintage buildings and surrounding public areas, with the first phase of work scheduled to commence in the fall of 2011 and be completed in the spring of 2012.
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