Ranked in the Top 10 Beach Cities in the World by National Geographic, Santa Monica and Venice Beach are two of Los Angeles’ flagship communities - living breathing postcards - drawing in locals, regional, national, and international visitors alike. Both cities offer some of the best people watching opportunities, featuring street performers, artists, and musicians from all over the world, showing off their creative sides. Third Street, Santa Monica Pier, Abbot Kinney, Main Street, and the Venice Beach Boardwalk are just a few of the community’s go-to destinations for upscale shopping, leisurely activities, gourmet dining and more. The streets are patterned with candy-colored buildings, funky classical shapes, and new-modern bungalows that give the region a free spirited/playful vibe. Tracing back to it’s roots, Santa Monica and Venice have always been home to a vibrant skate and surf culture, staring as the backdrop to dozens of Hollywood films. In addition to the local skaters and surfers, artists, tech entrepreneurs, and fashion personalities
consider it home - there’s no other place like it.