Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is 7 miles north of Redondo. Taxi service from the airport to any Redondo Beach hotel or attraction is easy and affordable. Car rentals and shuttles make door-to-door service easy.
Long Beach Airport (LGB) is 18 miles south of Redondo. Driving time on the San Diego Freeway (Route 405) to King Harbor hotels and attractions is 30-40 minutes.
Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport (BUR) is 24 miles north of Redondo Beach and served by United, America West, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, and Alaska Airlines. Driving time to Redondo is 1 hour.
Driving to King Harbor, Beaches and Marinas
From the Harbor Freeway (Route 110), exit Torrance Boulevard. Travel west to Catalina Avenue. Take Catalina Avenue to Beryl Street. Proceed 1 block west on Beryl Street.
From the San Diego Freeway (Route 405), exit Hawthorne Boulevard south to Torrance Boulevard west. Proceed west on Torrance Boulevard to Catalina Avenue. Travel north on Catalina to Beryl Street. Drive 1 block west on Beryl.
From Pacific Coast Highway (Route 1), turn on Beryl Street west and travel 4 blocks. Follow the signs for parking and attractions.
Driving to the Pier and Boardwalk
From the Harbor Freeway (Route 110), exit Torrance Boulevard. Travel west to the Pier parking structure or meters along George Freeth Way.
From the San Diego Freeway (Route 405), exit Hawthorne Boulevard south to Torrance Boulevard. Proceed west on Torrance Boulevard to the Pier. Enter the Pier parking structure or park in the metered lot along George Freeth Way.
From Pacific Coast Highway (Route 1), take Torrance Boulevard west to the Pier. Parking structure entrances are on the right. Meters available on George Freeth Way.
Save gas, save time, and take the bus. Beach Cities Transit is the local provider of public transportation directly to the Pier and Harbor. Service is wheelchair accessible and available 7 days a week. Check schedules for details or call (866) 263-8444 for more information.
More to Sea In 2004 and 2005, Fox Studios filmed exterior shots for the television show the OC throughout Redondo, not Newport Beach which is where the characters on the show actually called home.
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