Marina del Rey

Marina del Rey, CA

City Features

Whether you’re lying out at Mother’s Beach, lazily pedaling your beach cruiser down the Marvin Braude Bike Trail or just watching the sea lions sunning themselves, the chilled-out vibe of Marina del Rey is hard to resist. From the old-salt ambience of Whiskey Red’s to the New American cuisine of Cafe del Rey, there are plenty of places to dine while the sun lazily drifts below the horizon.

Dockweiler State Beach

Dockweiler State Beach features a three mile long shoreline with a picnic area and concession stand. The wide beach is beneath the takeoff path from Los Angeles International Airport.


Burton W. Chace Park

Burton W. Chace Park: 10 acres of lush lawn and trees extend into the Marina’s main channel offering magnificent boat and ocean vistas. Free outdoor summer concerts run from July through September each year on Thursday and Saturday nights.

Fisherman's Village

Fisherman’s Village is a replica of a New England seaport and fishing town. Stroll the harbor-front to enjoy views of the Marina. Shop for souvenirs, rent a boat or bike, dine outside at waterfront restaurants and cafes. Harbor and dining cruises available.

Featured Marina del Rey Apartments

17 Northstar St.

Located in prime Marina del Rey just steps to the beautiful sandy beach and ocean. Our property is short distance to the boat marina and the shops and restaurants in Marina del Rey Marina area.