San Pedro is an area of Los Angeles, but don’t tell the people who live here. San Pedro has the feel of a small town and its residents are fiercely loyal. Formerly a separate city, it consolidated with Los Angeles in 1909. The Port of Los Angeles, a major international seaport, is partially located within San Pedro. The Waterfront is an adventure unto itself with Cruise Ships, Promenades, Cafes, a fantastic Battleship, an excellent Maritime Museum and much more. The World Port Cruise Center is located at Berths 91, 92 and 93 at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro. Cruise ships leave to Hawaii, the California Coast, Canada, Mexico, the Panama Canal and around the world.
Opportunities for sports and recreation abound in San Pedro’s wonderful harbor, parks, beaches, and ocean. Along with the usual sports there are great opportunities for fishing, boating, sailing, kite and sail boarding, surfing, walking, or just enjoying the sun and the view.
Downtown San Pedro offers unique stores, businesses, art galleries and studios and theaters that are hard to find elsewhere. Downtown San Pedro also has excellent Restaurants, Breweries, Pubs and clubs offering dynamic entertainment.