Marina del Rey is a seaside community in Los Angeles County, California. Popular attractions here include Dockweiler Beach, Burton Chace Park, Santa Monica State Beach and Marina Beach.
Water surrounds this park on 3 sides. It is the biggest public park in this area and offers panoramic views of the picturesque harbor.
Burton W. Chace Park
Popular activities on this beautiful beach include enjoying beach bonfires, picnicing, tanning and surfing. Plane-spotting is a popular as well as enjoyable activity here.
Dockweiler State Beach
This beach is lesser known and less crowded than the other beaches in Marina del Rey. It is the perfect destination for indulging in yoga, to have an undisturbed stroll on a beach or have a playground outing for children.
This major attraction stands out because of its brightly painted wooden structures. Places to visit here include a lovely water fountain, a charming promenade as well as a lighthouse.
It offers locals and tourists an enjoyable and convenient shopping experience. It has a wide variety of items ranging from organic groceries to wardrobe essentials.
Waterside Shopping Center
UCLA Marina Aquatic Center
The center is a major waterfront recreational facility owned by UCLA. It offers classes for water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking, rowing, stand up paddleboarding and others.
The Ballona Creek path is rated as one of this place's best paths for cycling aficanados. Cyclists get to enjoy a nice breeze as well as spectacular scenery.
Venice Canal Historic District
This is famous for its man-made canals developed in 1905 by Abbot Kinney. The endeavour was to replicate the look and feel of the popular city of Venice in Italy.
Bluewater is a company in Marina del Ray offering sailing lessons since 1978. It is one of America's few facilities certified to educate the entire student range.