Mie Pearl has been on the Redondo Beach Pier for over 30 years!
To celebrate, we’re having a 30% Off Everything in the store sale!
We’re also dropping the price of the Pick Your Pearl Oyster to $9.99+tax for a limited time!
Come see the Sunset, eat at one of the restaurants on and around the pier and come visit Mie Pearl to pick your pearl oyster or jewelry!
We look forward to your visit!
Thank you for 30 years of business on the Redondo Beach Pier
*Limited time promotion limited to quantity in stock at location.
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There are towns that are great for living, and there are towns that are great for vacations. We discovered one of those rare places that is great for both. Redondo Beach, is on the sunny southern California coast just seven miles south of the Los Angeles International Airport. It is a “happy-happening-hideaway” by the sea.
When it’s hot downtown and inland, LA folks head for the beach towns, which are frequently 10 to 15 degrees cooler. There’s a series of three beach towns north of the beautiful Palos Verdes Peninsula that are great places to enjoy the sea and sand. Making it even better, there’s a paved beach walk called the “Strand” that connects tony Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach with our personal favorite, historic Redondo Beach.
Places to stay in Redondo…
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Come visit the Redondo Pier this weekend for the 40th Annual Kite Festival!
Don’t forget parking is FREE at the Redondo Beach Pier and Boardwalk from 8am to 8pm through December 30th. Happy holidays!
— Redondo Beach CA (@MoreToSea) December 20, 2013
Each year, the King Harbor Yacht Club hosts the annual Christmas Boat Parade in Redondo Beach, California. Founded 22 years ago, this premier community event harnesses the joy of the holiday season with brightly decorated boats parading through the marina. The event draws locals and visitors alike with a free concert on Redondo Beach Pier at 3:00 PM (100 Fisherman’s Wharf) followed by the Christmas Boat Parade at 5:30 PM. Santa arrives at the end of the pier with his surfboard to greet kids and take photos. There are holiday carolers strolling along the pier and local restaurants such as Joe’s Crab Shack and Ruby’s Diner offer excellent views of the boat procession.
Public access is available from several locations off of Harbor Drive.
•Moonstone Park in King Harbor Marina – enter from Marina Way
•Portofino Hotel and Marina sea wall – enter from Portofino Way
•Sea Side Lagoon…
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