Manhattan Beach is a stunning city located in southwestern Los Angeles County, California, United States. It is situated on the Pacific coast south of El Segundo, west of Hawthorne and Redondo Beach, and north of Hermosa Beach. This coastal city is known as The Pearl of Los Angeles and is a must-see for foodies, beachgoers, and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Manhattan Beach has more than 2 miles of waterfront and 115 acres of beautiful sandy beach.
Parking is sufficient with more than 450 public parking spaces. The area extends along Manhattan Beach Boulevard and the streets perpendicular to the Manhattan Beach Pier and Valley Drive. The city also benefits from sea breezes that provide clean air and summer temperatures between 10 and 20°F (5.6 to 11.1°C) cooler than in the interior regions of Southern California. The Strand is a fantastic place for people watching, running, biking, skating or skateboarding.
Downtown Manhattan Beach is a culinary force with excellent seafood shacks, gastropubs and great dining options. Private schools located in Manhattan Beach include American Martyrs Catholic School (from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles), Manhattan Academy, Montessori School in Manhattan Beach and Journey of Faith Christian School. The Manhattan Beach Country Club, the Manhattan Beach Hotel and Golf Course, located to the west, retail stores, restaurants, supermarkets, multi-story office buildings and shopping centers border the Rosecrans corridor between Sepulveda and Aviation Boulevards. Manhattan Beach residents were in the Wiseburn School District until 1913, when the Manhattan Beach Elementary School District was formed. In the United States, it is located in the United States country in the category of locations with the GPS coordinates of 33° 52' 52.4928" N and 118° 24' 25.9596" W.
Street parking & ADA street parking available Accessible via Commuter Express 438 Manhattan Ave stop & 10th St; Beach Cities Transit 109, Manhattan Ave stop.