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About Hermosa Beach
If you didn’t know already, the word “hermosa” means “beautiful” in Spanish—and Hermosa Beach is no misnomer. From white sand beaches to the wind blowing through the palm trees, what’s not to love? But, there’s more to this SoCal suburb than its easy access to the ocean (though the beach is absolutely a great reason to live there!).
Schools in Hermosa Beach are few yet excellent, scoring a perfect 10 for both elementary schools. If a college degree is in your future, you’ve got a number of options within a 15-mile radius, such as Loyola Marymount University and two-year El Camino College.
If you’ve got some free time on a Wednesday afternoon, stop by the farmer’s market at Pier Plaza and pick up some fresh fruits, artisanal bread, or other local offerings. Need a good laugh? The Comedy and Magic Club probably will not disappoint in that regard, if their top status (second only to the pier!) on TripAdvisor is any indication. And, with Hermosa Beach’s walkability score of 82/100, you can probably walk off your drinks and other refreshments after the show as you head home; most people live within a five-minute walk of an average of 9 coffee shops, restaurants, and bars.
However, if you’d rather not cover Hermosa Beach’s 1.4 square miles on foot, you can catch a ride using public transportation, as the nearly 20,000 residents of the city have convenient access to Beach Cities Transit and MTA.