The San Pedro Coast is the southern tip of Los Angeles comprised of Point Fermin, the Palisades and South Shores — all unique neighborhoods but bonded together by our beautiful and rugged coastline.
Point Fermin is best known Point Fermin Park with its panoramic views from Malibu to Dana Point. The Point Fermin Lighthouse, located in the park, was built in 1874 and a Victorian stick-style building. The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium and Cabrillo Beach and Bathouse are a great way to spend an afternoon.
The Palisades neighborhood is nestled between two parks — Angels Gate Park to the east and the White Point Nature Preserve to the west. From the cultural center at Angels Gate to the Nature Education Center and hiking trails at White Point there are plenty of things to do for all ages.
South Shores is know for its amazing vistas from almost every location. At the top of South Shores is the Deane Dana Friendship Park with a playground, nature center, and picnic area. From here you can see downtown L.A., the San Bernardino Mountains, the port and Catalina.