Marina Del Rey Luxury Leases
Included below are available Marina Del Rey Luxury Leases.
Marina Del Rey is easily one of the biggest water recreation destinations within the Greater Los Angeles area. While some are lucky enough to call the neighborhood home, Marina Del Rey remains a focal point for tourists who are wishing to experience the seaside “village.” The actual Marina itself is home to nearly 5,000 boats, ranging from fishing vessels to small yachts and nearly everything between. In addition to the marina, the sandy shores of Venice Beach are only steps away, creating a fisher’s or beach lovers paradise. Located on the eastern border the 1 connects Marina Del Rey to a multitude of major freeways and roadways which allows for easy travel in all directions.
Blessed with a temperate climate and stunning beaches, Marina del Rey, an unincorporated district of Los Angeles County with a population just over 8,000. The Marina is the largest man-made small craft harbor in North America. It currently shelters more than 4,600 boats.
Below are all the Marina Del Rey lease and luxury lease options currently available. Contact me below the listings for a showing or more information on Marina Del Rey.
Where to Beach in Marina Del Rey
From family-friendly to off-the-beaten-path, there’s a beach to suit every traveler. Marina Beach is known as Mother’s Beach for its sedate waters, playground facilities and close proximity to hotels. To the south, you can watch planes take off from LAX at Dockweiler State Beach or work on your tan and hit the local bars at Playa del Rey, a sleeper town perfect for avoiding crowds. Just to the north, explore Santa Monica’s amusements and shopping, then have your camera ready for the street performers, skateboarders and weight lifters of Venice Beach.
Adventures on the Ocean
Marina del Rey offers some of the most direct and easy access to water sports on the Los Angeles coastline, as well as year-round fabulous weather. Take to the ocean in a Jet Ski, power boat or fishing charter. Soar above Venice Beach and Santa Monica on a parasailing excursion. The marina’s calm waters are ideal for kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding and paddleboard yoga. On any visitor’s must-do list is a dining cruise around the marina or a wildlife-watching trip to glimpse sea lions, porpoises, dolphins and sea birds. If you time your visit between November and May, you may spot migrating California gray whales.
Exploring on Land
After sun and fun on the beach, don’t forget that there’s plenty to explore on land, too. Pedal through Los Angeles’ eclectic beach towns on the 35-kilometer Marvin Braude Bike Trail. There’s awesome sightseeing, shopping and dining along the way. Stroll the waterfront and watch the boats sail into the marina at Fisherman’s Village and Burton Chace Park. If you want to catch a special event or watch the sunset, this is the place to do it. It’s easy to get around the marina with the free electric shuttle, Circuit (seven days a week, 12 – 9 p.m.), or the WaterBus, which operates during the summer months for just $1, one way.