Cabrillo Beach was named after Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, famous Portuguese explorer and first European to navigate the Californian coast. It is adjacent to the Port of Los Angeles and also has a fishing pier separated by breakwater to control strong waves. A bathhouse built for the 1932 Olympic Games is an historic landmark still used today. The beach is also the closest stretch of coast to Catalina Island making it a prime spot to enjoy the views.

Cabrillo Beach