“Moving to Palos Verdes? Here are three things to consider.”

Situated on the vast seabed of the LA bay, ‘Palos Verdes’ which translates to “green stalks” in Spanish is truly an oasis of greenery and peace, established away from the buzz of the megapolis. Below are few things about the Peninsula which every new resident should know:

1. Get Around
Make sure you visit the haunted Point Vicente Lighthouse, the magnificent all-glass Wayfarer’s Chapel and Malaga Cove which houses a library. Don’t forget to grab a drink and delicious food at the Malaga Cove Plaza.

2. Experience Nature
Go for hiking on the various nature trails; explore tide pools near the cliffs, experience horseback riding and surfing. Treat yourself to a luxury resort staycation at Terranea or to seaside golf at Trump National Golf Club Los Angeles.

3. Scenic Drive
The seaside road routes surrounded by the cliffs offer jaw-dropping views of the Pacific Ocean. You might even bump into some wild peacocks strolling on the road in some places! Due to land slippage, few roads are bumpy, and public transportation is limited.