Where living in the moment means paddleboarding to breakfast. Seizing the day can be a mid-morning sailing lesson, parasailing over the marina, or cycling to Venice Beach. Embracing an evening is toasting the sunset and dancing under the star-kissed sky on a harbor cruise.
It’s all here … what will your Marina adventure be?
Between February 15 and March 15, Killer Shrimp Restaurant & Bar is showcasing 13 seafood dishes not currently on the menu. The restaurant is asking diners’ opinions on the lineup, and the best dish will be added to the regular menu.
It’s almost time to shake off winter and embrace some sunshine! Want to know what to do for spring break in Los Angeles? Read on for exciting spring break ideas in LA’s premier waterfront playground, Marina del Rey!
Marina del Rey's proximity to LAX makes travel easy, and its coastal location on the upscale Los Angeles Westside is an ideal home base for a Southern California getaway. Visitors are within a short drive to LA’s popular tourist attractions—the world-famous Venice Beach and Santa Monica are right next door! And after a busy day of exploring, there’s no better place to come back to than any of the Marina’s six waterfront hotels, all of which offer sparkling harbor views.
With waterfront views, year-round outdoor dining, and award-winning restaurants, Marina del Rey is poised to become the next culinary hot spot in Los Angeles. Enjoy breakfast on the patio, have a casual lunch break from cycling the coast, or join a dinner cruise to take in the sunset.
Although whales can be spotted from the California coast mostly year-round, wintertime offers the best chance to see one in Los Angeles. That’s when humongous gray whales are migrating between their feeding grounds in the Arctic and the warm lagoons off Mexico, where they give birth, and then back again. See these giants on a whale-watching tour that departs from Marina del Rey.
Scenic Marina del Rey is located along the Marvin Braude Coastal Bike Trail, a 22-mile coastal path between Will Rogers beach at the north end, and Torrance beach at the south end. Click below to access a downloadable map.
Gather your posse and enjoy a full (or half) day on the water. Your skipper will take care of the navigation while you enjoy views of the coastline and squeal at dolphin sightings. Check out our list of charter companies in the Marina, and don’t forget to pack a picnic for your day at sea!
Yes, you read that right! Yoga is making a splash across the Marina waters. Take your practice to the next level with a YOGAqua class near Marina (Mother’s) Beach. The calm water is the perfect place to make the ocean your yoga mat.
Champagne brunch on the water? Yes, please. A dinner dance cruise under the stars? Sounds lovely. Sunset cocktail cruise? Done and done. Hornblower Cruises & Events offers weekly cruises to the public. All you have to do is decide which one strikes your fancy.
Marina del Rey Boat Rentals offers both electric and motor boat for enthusiasts of all skill levels. Hang out in the harbor with a duffy boat or break out onto the Pacific with a high-powered beauty. The choice is yours.
On a stand-up paddleboard, you’ll be walking on water. This unique combination of balancing and paddleboarding guarantees a fun morning or afternoon in the sun – not to mention a killer core workout. Rentals available throughout the Marina at Marina Paddle, Marina del Rey Boat Rentals and Pro SUP Shop.
Explore how close you'll be to many of the biggest attractions when you stay in LA's Marina.
LAX (10 Miles Away)
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