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Lots of Great Easter Dining Choices

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Easter brings the new season. Celebrate it with a GREAT meal!

San Pedro and the Palos Verdes Peninsula offer great dining experiences and the chefs are literally working overtime to make some special offerings.

The Sunday Brunch at Ports O’ Call Waterfront Dining has been consistently voted the very best in the South Bay and Easter is always really over the top.

Lots of Recreation

The San Pedro, Palos Verdes Peninsula, and Catalina region offers a range of recreational opportunities. Whether you’re looking for hands-on or something more sedate, you’ll find it here.

We’ve got many outstanding golf courses

There’s sailing with the Los Angeles Yacht Club and Buccaneer Yacht Club and on LA’s official tall ships

For Cruise Passengers

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The Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro is a great place to begin or end your cruise (and it’s a fun, interesting, and exciting port of call, too).

There are plenty of activities to do before and after a cruise, so it’s a good idea to plan on a few extra days before or after. (And if you’re traveling to join a cruise, planning to arrive a day or more early just makes good sense—you don’t have to worry about travel delays and you can begin your voyage rested.)

Catalina Island Is Just an Hour Away-And a World Apart

Catalina Express takes you to the island in just about an hour directly from San Pedro

Catalina Express takes you to Catalina Island in just an hour with year-round service and up to 30 daily departures. Boats depart from the super convenient Catalina Air and Sea Terminal in San Pedro, right off the Vincent Thomas Bridge and convenient to I110. There are also depatures from Long Beach Dana Point.

Catalina is just 22 miles off the coast of Southern California. Catalina Express' fleet of high-speed ferries make for a quick, easy and fun getaway.