Besides being the world center for the entertainment industry, Hollywood is also home to many of the most visited L.A. landmarks and attractions. People come here to attend the audience at their favorite TV-shows, stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame, venturing up Mount Hollywood to take photos of the famous sign, – or just to take a walk in Griffith Park. Here you’ll find everything from the region’s coolest dance clubs, best restaurants and bars, as well as awesome museums and landmarks. This is also where you will find the best studios the region is so very famous for, and you might just spot a celebrity or two if you know where to look. Hollywood Magic Mountain is home to some of America’s largest – and fastest – rollercoasters, while the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Sunset Strip are two landmarks everyone needs to experience. For some of the biggest name in the entertainment industry, check out the schedule of upcoming events at the Hollywood Bowl! Other places of great L.A. entertainment are also located here, including but not limited to the Dolby Theatre, TCL Chinese Theatre, and the Pantages Theatre. Whether do dance away the night or explore the iconic L.A. landmarks, Hollywood is one of the best places to experience the essence of Los Angeles! And how could Hollywood possibly be experienced better than with a party bus or limo down Sunset Strip?!
Hollywood Landmarks & Attractions
Hollywood might be home to the more L.A. landmarks, attractions and activities than any other community. Here you can get a photo of the world-famous Hollywood Sign on Mount Lee or visit the world’s most famous sidewalk at Hollywood Walk of Fame. The street is stretching along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, and has over 2300 stars dedicated to famous stars in the entertainment industry. Check out the stars of your favorites, whether it’s the Beatles at #7051 or maybe Elvis by #6777. The hypermodern Graumans Chinese Theater is a hypermodern and fashionable movie theater on Hollywood Boulevard, dating to the late 1920’s. Also on the Hollywood Boulevard is the Hollywood Wax Museum, where you can see realistic copies of people such as Marilyn Monroe, Freddy Kreuger, Michael Jackson and many more. Along Sunset Boulevard are some of the city’s most famous places. For example the Hyatt West Hollywood Hotel, where Led Zeppelin drove down the staircase, or Whiskey a Go Go where people such as the Doors, Janis Joplin and Led Zeppelin have entertained. Johnny Depp’s nightclub, the Viper, is also located here and is the place where actress River Phoenix died. Motorhead’s Lemmy loves hanging out at the Rainbow Bar & Grill. Another place you must go when visiting Southern California is the Universal Studios Hollywood, where so many Los Angeles limousine clients head to. Here are rides based on popular movies such as Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, Terminator 2, Spider Man, and more. Go on the behind-the-scenes tour and see the film sets for productions such as Jaws, Desperate Housewives and American Psycho. For the best entertainment, many order a LA limo to make the most out of their visit to concerts at the Hollywood Bowl, Dolby Theatre, Pantages Theatre, or other great entertainment venues.
Best Dining & Shopping
Come enjoy some of SoCal’s most famous – and tastiest – restaurants! Head for Texan beers and Karaoke Wednesday at Big Wangs, or try out some great vegetarian hamburgers at Astro Burger. Try Ammo for some great Californian cuisine, and the California Chicken Cafe is said to have the city’s best chicken. For great Thai cuisine check out Chan Dara. For the best French meal visit Delphine on Hollywood Boulevard. The best seafood is found at the Hungry Cat, while the Geisha House has great sushi variants. Great Chinese cuisine can be discovered at Le Oriental Bistro, and Italian food are best served at the famous Miceli’s. Looking for a romantic eatery? Go to Off Vine or Yamashiro. Xiomara on Melrose Avenue is known for their great Cuban dishes. Looking for a Hollywood restaurant with a view? Check out the Skybar at Mondrian or the Soho House West Hollywood on Sunset. Those that happen to like hot dogs will love the nearly twenty different hot dogs served at Pink’s Hot Dogs, and many times people will have the party stop to stop by Roscoes House of Chicken ’n W Waffles for a late-night meal. You may have your best chance of sighting a celebrity at the Musso & Frank Grill, a favorite amongst celebrity LA limo clients for decades. There are several great places for wine-tasting, for instance at the V Wine Room in West Hollywood or Vinoteque On Melrose. There are also Santa Barbara- and Malibu wine tour options leaving from the Hollywood area. For shopping, take a stroll along the Walk of Fame by Grauman’s Chinese Theater for many smaller unique souvenir stores. For the more complete shopping experience, head to the Hollywood & Highland Shopping Center! With nearly eighty stores this shopping mall offers everything from a bowling hall, American Eagle, Forever 21, the GAP, movie theaters, nightclubs and more, making it a tremendously popular Los Angeles limousine spot for shoppers.
Hotels & Accommodation
The most happening place for tourists to stay is understandably in the Hollywood area, more precisely on or nearby Sunset Strip. We get daily calls for LAX sedan service from the airport to the many hotels and resorts of Hollywood. Among the nicest – and most expensive – lodging options here are the Redbury, home to the Cleo Restaurant, and Renaissance Hollywood, where you can stay in the heart of Hollywood at the Hollywood & Highland. Also within walking distance of most of the fun is the Roosevelt Hotel, a 1929 U.S. national landmark. For a less expensive hotel, the Best Western Plus Hollywood Hills Hotel is a good choice. So is the Magic Castle Hotel, few blocks from some of the city’s most famous landmarks and attractions. Other popular picks for hotel include Chateau Marmont and Days Inn Hollywood. Whether to check out Hollywood, go on a Malibu wine tour or simply a transfer from LAX, rely on us for the transportation!
No place is more quintessential LA than Venice. Named for its many canals, originally called the Venice of America, Venice is a beloved and different part of the city. For tourists and local angelenos, ordering a Los Angeles limousine for an outing in Venice is popular. Being a generally walkable area, exploring Venice Beach, the Boardwalk, canals, pier and great art venues can all easily be done in one day. While many hop on the bike to head up towards Santa Monica, Venice offers something different than any other place in California, perhaps in America. Where else would you come solely for people-watching and seeing more colorful characters than in boring everyday life? Furthermore, Venice Beach may be the most visited people-watching destination in the world. Let’s look further and why you should rent an LA limo service head on out to Venice!
You can come here to enjoy a nice drink at the Boardwalk while watching some of the most interesting people you’ll ever meet. And we mean ever. The Venice Boardwalk is always lively and just some you may encounter includes jugglers, panhandlers, preachers, medical marihuana doctors, skater dudes, hippie types, and everything in between. Maybe the most famous place at Venice Beach is Muscle Beach, famous for the “discovery” of Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger. This place is even a popular destination for LAX sedan rentals, due to the many tourists wanting to experience this signature LA landmark. Venice has been the location for dozens of film productions and has been featured in movies and TV-shows as Pacific Blue, Gilmore Girls, Baywatch, American History X, the Nightmare on Elm Street, Grease, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Dante’s Inferno, and many more. People order an LA limo service to Venice Beach for a great day beaching, people-watching, checking out the various souvenir shops, bike-renting, and dining.
As the LA limo service of ours have offered transportation here for over 20 years now, you can trust us for a top notch Venice outing. Looking for an outing somewhere else? We also offer the best rated Malibu wine tour, as well as LAX rides and transportation throughout the Greater LA Area and Southern California. Let our Los Angeles limousine services represent five things you’ll love about Venice!
Once home to as many as sixteen miles of canals, Venice now has three remaining miles of canals. These are now protected as part of the Venice Canal Historic District, which is an LA Historic-Cultural Monument and also listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. You can rent an LA limo service to go exploring the canals. Or you could take a stroll here for a more charming and quieter Venice experience than the Boardwalk. The Venice Canals Walkway has over two miles of pedestrian-friendly trails along the idyllic canals. Developed by real estate developer Abbot Kinney in 1904, most of the former canals were filled to make space for freeways. The remaining waterways are beautiful and lead through an affluent housing area with houses backing up to the canals. The walkway is located between Venice- and Washington Boulevards. LA limo renters come here for various reasons; some fall in love with the narrow walkways and tiny bridges, while others come to admire the architecture of the houses. We have also transferred customers often to the canals for row-boating, kayaking and picnicking. While the Grand Canal is the largest and maybe most famous, the others include the Carroll-, Linnie-, Eastern-, Howland- and Sherman Canals. Getting their picture taken by the canals is common for tourists riding with an LAX sedan from the LAX airport to Venice. We also often transfer locals here by limo and sedan vehicles.
Venice is home to an array of bars and a lively nightlife. Whether you are going on a date with your partner, or need an LA limo service for a friends’ outing on town, we can help with your Los Angeles limousine to Venice. One of the favorite bars for LA limo services are Nikki’s, where you might just find the cheapest beer in town for only three dollars each. This is a trending destination for LA beer crawls, while many also decide on a Malibu wine tour for wine-tastings by the Pacific. The Brig is a great choice on Abbot Kinney Boulevard, while the Venice Whaler is known for its lively nightlife. For some great dining overlooking the beach, ocean and even views as far as the California Channel Islands, head to the High Rooftop Lounge, located at Hotel Erwin.
For a huge variety in beers and cool nightclub, head to the German Wurstkuche on Lincoln Boulevard. Instead of a Malibu wine tour, do some wine-tasting in Venice! Both the Otheroom and Venice Beach Wine are great picks for wine-tasting tours. Our favorite Venice bars must be the Venice Ale House, particularly famous for their more than thirty varietals of craft beers, and Hinano Cafe, located right by the Venice Pier with breakfasts for as low as five dollars per meal. Instead of a wine tour, you could always bring friends along for a limo beer crawl at the Ale House! While Hollywood might be the most popular night destination for party buses and Los Angeles limousine services, Venice has recently become a more and more popular place for a night on town. Looking for a different kind of outing? Book a Malibu wine tour to Malibu Wines for live entertainment during weekends!
We often get people calling for an LAX limousine or LA limo service wanting to go to Venice, but still haven’t picked a hotel to stay at. For accommodation in Venice you have a wide range of choices. May Los Angeles limousine renters prefer staying at the Venice Boardwalk. Check out Hotel Erwin, previously Best Western, for a great hotel on the beach. This is also a trending LAX sedan destination as many tourists prefer staying at a beach hotel when visiting Los Angeles. The rooftop bar at the hotel, named the High, has one of Venice’ best views and food. For breakfast, check out the Hash Restaurant for some great breakfast. This hipster hotel opened in 2009 and is just a couple hundred feet from the Pacific. Spacious rooms and beach-theme. Another choice for accommodation is the Venice Beach House, a 1911 bungalow listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Just one block from the Venice Boardwalk and Beach, the two-story hotel is located on one of the most iconic Venice sidewalk streets.
For an option a tiny bit further from the Venice Boardwalk craziness, the Inn at Venice Beach is located three blocks from the ocean, which is just far enough for a quiet getaway. LA limo riders will enjoy that the hotel is right on the border between Venice and Marina del Rey, with great walking options to both locations. The hotels of Venice are popular for international- and domestic tourists, and many order LAX sedan services from LAX to the hotels here for a signature LA experience. As recently has yesterday we transferred hotel guests with LAX sedan from the Inn at Venice Beach for a Malibu wine tour to the Malibu Canyons.
Angelenos and others booking our limousines or Los Angeles party bus vehicles often visit the great eateries of Venice. Some favorites for the LA limo service are the Sidewalk Café with tables in the sand at Venice Beach, and Jody Maroni’s Sausage Kingdom, which offers more than twenty sausage sandwiches and is known for having the region’s best hot dogs. And we get it, why head on a Malibu wine tour when you can enjoy a cocktail in the sand at the Sidewalk Café! Wanna dine in a century old beach house? Check out Joe’s Restaurant for some great French- and Californian dishes. Los Angeles limousine services even get called for LAX sedan rides straight to this old beach house from LAX. Gjelina is yet another great restaurant, particularly known for its lovely outdoor patio. For some great drinks and Mediterranean food to match the climate, head to the Tasting Kitchen on Abbot Kinney Boulevard. The hip bar at the Rose Cafe-Restaurant is another great pick for drinks and food.
Looking for some Italian cuisine? Head to C&O Cucina. For Indian, check our the Hurry Curry Indian Food, or for Thai food, check out the Ekkamai Thai Restaurant on W. Washington Boulevard. Looking for vegan dishes? Head to Cafe Gratitude Venice for great vegetarian- and vegan dishes. Other great Venice eateries include 26 Beach, Fresh In The Box, El Charro, Via Veneto, 72 Market Street Oyster Bar and Grill, and Baby Blues BBQ. Although several eateries here offer great wine-tastings, you can always book a Malibu wine tour for an outing in the vineyards. For whatever dining experience though, styling it up with an LA limo service or sedan will make it a dinner to remember! For an even more exciting outing, contact us for a Malibu wine tour which includes dinner! A popular Malibu wine tour winery-visit is Cornell Winery, located next-door to the Old Place Restaurant.
For those interested in art, Venice is a mecca. Even people booking with LAX sedan and limousine services from the LAX have headed to the LA Louver to check out the gorgeous galleries.Wanna see a totally different building? Take a few photos of the unique Binoculars Building on Main Street. For one of the top literary arts center in the region, Los Angeles limousine travelers head to the Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center on Venice Boulevard. The two-story Louver offers galleries from some of California’s and the country’s greatest artists, and occasional exhibits by international artists. Being the city’s primary artery, Windward Ave. stretches from Venice Beach towards the inland. Having guested celebrities such as Charlie Chaplin and various others, the bungalow Venice Beach House dates back to 1911. Long before the start of our LA limo service twenty years ago. It has been listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places since 1986, and it is definitely worth exploring (or staying at) for those interested in great architecture and history. Malibu wine tour explorers and other limousine renters will love the mural depicting how Venice once looked like inside the old historic Venice Post Office, surrounded by numerous galleries and art-venues at Windward Ave. Experiencing great arts here might be most popular for tourists using LAX sedan services, but locally grown Angelenos love it as well. Get a Los Angeles limousine to experience the Venice art today!
Movies Filmed in Venice
With its beautiful beach, canals and short way to Hollywood, hundreds of movies have been filmed in Venice. Los Angeles limousine passengers recently made us aware of the many films made here. Did you for example know that the Venice Canals can be seen in American Pie (1999)? Many of the Venice film locations can be visited on cinematic tours with LA limo service. Dude’s crib in The Big Lebowski (1998) is found here, and a stolen bike scene in Nightcrawler (2014) takes place at Venice Beach. Venice High School can be seen in American History X (1998), Shiherli’s apartment in Heat (1995) can also be visited on cinematic limo tours of Venice. An LAX sedan client made us recently aware that Venice High School can be seen in Grease (1978), and that the church in Million Dollar Baby (2004) actually is Saint Mark Catholic Church here in Venice. We have also transferred people with Los Angeles limousine vehicles to the famous fishing pier. This pier can be seen in Point Break (1991), while The Brigg Pub in Chef (2014) is also in Venice.
Glen Lantz (Johnny Depp) visits the canals in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), while the run-in with Gamble in SWAT (2003) takes place at Hinano Café. The foster family in I Am Sam (2001) lives in Venice, while Cobra’s (Sylvester Stallone) apartment in Cobra (1986) is actually located on Westminster Ave. Ordell Robbie’s flat in Jackie Brown (1997) is located at the beach here, while Dave gets introduced to Tom-Tom at the beach in the film Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986). The fictional Pinky’s Pizza in Prayer of the Rollerboys (1990) can be seen on Westminster Ave., as well as the Life Savers-facilities in the comedy film Mixed Nuts (1994). Order your Los Angeles limousine to your favorite film locales today! While most people order a limo for cinematic tours of Los Angeles, you can also reserve an SUV, sedan or party bus. A variety of movies have also been filmed at Cornell Winery and Malibu Wines, two popular stops for a Malibu wine tour.
So why do we love Venice? 1) Exploring the Venice Canals, 2) Strolling up Venice Boardwalk on Venice Beach, 3) Dine at one of the great restaurants or have a drink at some of the most iconic Los Angeles bars, and 4) Discover great art, for instance at LA Louver, the Binoculars Building or the Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center. Another thing we love here is limo tours of the various filming locations. Let’s head to America’s Venice and explore the Canals — whether by a Los Angeles limousine, party bus or sedan! Our LA limo service is a best rated limousine provider and also offer an award-winning, customized and luxurious Malibu wine tour. Simply looking for a ride to Venice? Call us for a limo- or LAX sedan quote today.
While many may not realize it, the City of Angels and Southern California boast some of the greatest winetasting experiences in the country. Often overlooked for the more crowded vineyards of Northern California’s Sonoma- and Napa Valleys, SoCal may be most known for the Santa Maria-, Santa Ynez- and Temecula Valleys. But you no longer need to go on a Santa Barbara wine tour hours away to experience great winetasting in the L.A. area!
Tasting venues are spread throughout the city while there are also gorgeous vineyards to be explored on the Malibu wine tours, just miles from the city in L.A. County. Here you can experience miniature vineyards in beautiful surroundings. There are even a one-in-the-world winetasting Safari offered in the Malibu Canyons. Here is also where we find so many other great tasting areas, call us to hear more about these wineries and what would best fit your preferences. Some are bigger, others smaller and most quaint. Some offer food pairings while others don’t. Some places offer outdoor tastings while some tasting rooms don’t. Call us to set up your exclusive trip to the vineyards!
Want something closer to the city? The San Antonio Winery is one of the last remaining wineries located in Downtown. One of few wineries that survived the Prohibition, the San Antonio Winery is an historic winery with a long history in Southern California. First established in 1917, the winery survived the Prohibition by serving sacramental wines, and is therefore one of the most historic wineries of SoCal. Other tasting rooms in the City of Angels include Covell on Hollywood Boulevard, Bottlerock in Downtown and also Culver City, Domaine L .A. on Melrose Ave., and a few more. Call us to ask about specific varietals of wines, views from the tasting venue, opportunity for dining, and any other questions you may have about city tasting packages.
For a little longer drive, head on a Santa Barbara wine tour to experience the most idyllic vineyards and charming wineries. Particularly the areas surrounding Los Olivos, Ballard, and Santa Ynez are incredibly popular destinations for our LA limo service, which has served this region for over twenty years. Here you can experience wide vineyards, a beautiful countryside and wonderful views while sipping some of the greatest wines California has to offer. Particularly loved by our Los Angeles limousine clientele are Firestone, Sunstone, Bridlewood, Roblar, Fess Parker, Zaca Mesa and Rideau Wineries, while others include Gainey, Beckmen, Koehler, Foxen, Happy Canyon, Rusack, and many, many more. It’s not rarely we get called for an LAX airport transfer directly from the airport to the vineyards. In the beautiful village of Los Olivos are many opportunities for accommodation for those wanting to spend the night in vineyard country.
Another popular activity for visitors in SoCal is pub crawls. From college friends ordering party buses for bar hopping in Hollywood – to LA to Vegas party bus clients partying the whole way from L.A. to Las Vegas, we serve them all. With the city’s great nightlife and many clubs and bars, why not skip the hassle of parking and traffic, and leave the driving to us? A night on town or Malibu wine tours are definitely both more rewarding when you don’t have to worry about the driving, parking, traffic. An alternative is visiting areas such as Santa Barbara’s Urban Wines Trail or small-towns as Los Olivos and also Solvang – which are all cities where you can easily walk between the various tasting venues.
More interested in a beer crawl? Many looking for a Los Angeles limousine ask us about the options for beer crawls in the city. And they are endless. Home to hundreds of locally brewed craft beers, going on a beer crawl can be a rewarding experience for anyone who likes beer. Some of the most popular for our LA limo service include Angel City Brewery, Eagle Rock Brewery, Golden Road Brewing, as well as Smog City Brewing Co. Angel City is located an historic 100-year old building. While there is a food truck at Smog City Brewing, there’s no food available at Eagle Rock Brewery. Touring Eagle Rock and Golden Road Brewing is free of charge. Call us for more information about the various breweries and what they have to offer.
Whether you’re looking to touring the vineyards, in need of an LAX airport transfer, or heading for a beer crawl, we will be able to accommodate all your needs and preferences when looking for limousines. We are the top rated provider of not only transportation services in the city, but winetasting excursions, airport transportation, as well as LA to Vegas party bus offers. We offer an exclusive unmatched price-match-guarantee to all clients on all rides. Make sure to ask our wine-concierge about upcoming events and recommendations to make the most of your tastings experience. Find your ideal winery in the table below!
From secluded sandy coves to some of the widest beaches in the country, Southern California and the Greater LA region boast some of the greatest beaches in the world. Whether you are looking to spend a day beaching with friends and family, or whether you’re just looking for a place to chill and work on the tan, you are guaranteed to find a beach in Southern California to keep you satisfied. Especially when your day of beaching is combined with a limo! From surfers to scuba-divers, sun-tanning to picnicking – whatever reason for visiting the beach you may have, a suiting beach is never far away. From Downtown business clients to LAX sedan clientele – we have offered LA limo service rides to the beaches for over twenty years. We also offer the best rated wine tours in Malibu. What could be better than combining wine-tastings with a view of the ocean?
As our LA limo service is often asked about recommendations for the best beaches in the area, we’ve decided to list our top bets for spending a day at the beach. While some beaches are shallow and calmer than others, ideal for snorkeling or brining the kids along, other areas are more famous for its waves and great surf. In this article, our Los Angeles limousine and party bus services will also highlight some famous beaches featured in movies. Cinematic tours by limousine has become increasingly popular in recent times, and particularly LA tourists love seeing where their favorite films were made. Remember to research your destination to see if the beach fits your expectations. If you’re searching for a quiet beach for dining or whether you’re looking for a spot to play some volleyball, SoCal has what you’re looking for, but you may not be able to find it all on the same stretch of sand! Hang on as we introduce some of our clients top picks for beaches in Southern California!
4. El Matador State Beach
Situated in the Golden Coast’s beloved Malibu, this beach isn’t only popular amongst local Malibu party bus clients but it a trending destination for many beach-goers throughout Southern California. Occupying eighteen acres of native nature and beach, El Matador is famous for its secluded character and natural beauty. Only available from a stairway and trail leading down the cliffside, this narrow 1/4 mile stretch of beach offers everything you need for a relaxed day at the beach. Besides being the largest of the Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beaches (larger than nearby La Piedra and El Pescador), El Matador is famous for its iconic rock formations and volcanic limpets overlooking the Pacific Ocean. El Matador is an ideal place for picnicking and sunbathing, being miles away from the busy PCH, but offers no restaurants or areas for sports. With gorgeous views of the Channel Islands and numerous ocean rock formations, the beach is also popular for scuba diving. Situated nearby vineyards visited on Malibu- and Santa Barbara wine tours, it is also a relatively popular place to combine with tasting tours in the region, maybe particularly the Rosenthal Bar & Patio which overlooks the ocean and offers some great wines for tastings in the nearby area. Book your LA limo service for wine tours by the ocean today! Larger groups can be accommodated in larger vehicles, such as a party bus, while smaller groups often rent a SUV, sedan or limo.
3. Leo Carrillo State Park
Being one of Southern California’s greatest surfing spots, this beach draws many surfers from surrounding areas and is a gorgeous scenic beach. The beach is complimented with numerous tunnels, caves, tide-pools and beautiful rock formations. The park is home to more than thirty beach campsites, over 100 campsites in the park area, and many picnic sites spread throughout. Many Los Angeles limousine and LA party bus customers love the many hiking trails here covering beautiful native Californian nature. Leo Carrillo consists of a more than 1,600 acres park area and is famous for not only its surf, but also great swimming. Leo Carrillo, named for actor Leo Carrillo in the 50’s, has been featured in many movies and TV-series, including Blanket, the Attack of the Crab Monsters, In Old Caliente, Gun Battle In Monterrey, Apache Rose, and so many more. With its close proximity to the great vineyards of the Malibu Canyons and its great wineries, many combine beach-picnicking here with wine tours on a Canyons- or on a Santa Barbara wine tour. Besides tours of the wine country, we offer party bus rentals, special events transportation, classic Los Angeles limousine rides, LAX sedan transfers and more.
2. Huntington Beach
With more than eight miles of beach and one of California’s longest piers, it is no wonder this beach has been rated amongst the “best beaches in Southern California” by numerous media outlets, including the number one SoCal beach by USA Today. Here you have several dining options, including Duke’s as well as the Savannah Supper Club, both located nearby the pier. These two are amongst our most popular Los Angeles limousine destinations in Huntington Beach. Duke’s is named after Duke Kahanamoku of Hawaii and has a Hawaii-style look and feel to it. Located in the city of the same name, often referred to as Surf City USA, the beach and city have become popular resort destinations in SoCal. Conveniently located near great luxury restaurants, hotels and stores, the beach stretches for about three miles and is a place our LA limo service clientele absolutely loves. Offering everything from camping (Huntington by the Sea RV Resort), surfing (the Cliffs or Huntington Mesa), picnicking, swimming, sunbathing, as well as recreational activities including volleyball, jogging and more. Not too far from Disneyland, we often transport customers to this beach. It isn’t rarely tourists using our LAX sedan vehicles for rides to this beach directly from LAX and other regional airports!
1. 1,000 Steps Beach
Although difficult to serve for our limousines with minimal parking opportunities, we have nominated Orange County’s Thousand Steps Beach as the number one beach to check out in SoCal. Repeatedly winning in various polls for best beaches in Southern California, 1,000 Steps Beach offers the ultimate beach experience. Located by South Laguna Beach in Orange County, it is reachable by a rather long stairway leading down from the Pacific Coastal Highway. In a addition to the most pristine stretch of white sand in SoCal, this beach also offers volleyball courts, public restrooms, tide-pools, sea-caves, as well as some gorgeous sceneries. Occupying just 400 acres, the beach is smaller than most Southern California beaches, but is also less visited and less crowded.
Still haven’t found the perfect beach? Check out the white sand of Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point, or venture 26-miles to Santa Catalina Island’s Descanso Beach. We’ve also had Los Angeles limousine customers booking limos to visit the great beaches of the other Channel Islands, maybe particularly Santa Cruz Island, which is absolutely an island and National Park worth experiencing! Others include San Diego’s La Jolla Cove as well as Corondo. Often overlooked because of its close proximity to LA, Hermosa Beach has become a hugely popular beach for Los Angeles limousine and transportation services. We have recently even transferred tourists directly from LAX with an LAX sedan to Hermosa Beach for a day of beaching.
Beaches Featured in Movies
With its relatively close proximity to the Hollywood studios, Southern California beaches have been featured in a variety of films and television series. Recently we have gotten an increased interest in our cinematic tours by LA limo service. These are one of our favorite limo- and party bus tours. On these adventures you can travel to all your favorite film locales. Many movie-filming scenes have happened at California beaches. Malibu’s El Pescador State Beach can for instance be seen in Respire (2016), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) features a segment from Malibu Lagoon State Beach. Movies featuring El Matador State Beach include Spellbinder (1988), Black Violent (2017) and Caruso (2016). Most episodes of Baywatch features scenes from Will Rogers State Beach. Point Dume Beach can be seen in Night Train to Mundo Fine (1966) and The Bold and the Beautiful (1994).
A longer beach scene in Barton Fink (1991) takes place at Zuma Beach, while there’s an oceanfront Malibu hotel featured in The Blue Dahlia (1946). The Vineyard residence in American History X (1998) is situated on Venice Beach, while the Riggs beach camper in Lethal Weapon (1987) was filmed at Santa Monica Beach. There are running scenes filmed at Santa Monica Beach in Rocky III (1982), while there’s a suspicious car found here in Beverly Hills Cop III (1994). Samantha and Theodore go to Manhattan Beach in the 2013 film Her, while other movies with shots from this beach include The Avengers (2012), The O.C. (2003-2007) and Avatar 2 (2018). Sebastian dances on the Hermosa Beach Pier in La La Land (2016). So whether for cinematic limo tours or wine tours by the Pacific, we can take you there! There are so many movies being filmed here that we’ve grown used to transporting movie stars here by LA limo service and LAX sedan town cars.
For whatever reason and destination you’re looking for an LA limo service, American Luxury Limousine LA will not disappoint. Having served this place for over twenty years with our luxury party bus, limousine- and LAX sedan services, we have become not only one of the largest but also top rated transportation companies in Ventura-, Santa Barbara-, and Los Angeles Counties. Our wine tours to regions such as the Malibu Canyon, Santa Ynez Valley and Temecula are also top rated of its kind. We are proud to offer a price match guarantee to all clients. Check us out on Yelp and the other review sites!