Neighborhood Resources


Lunada Bay is a picturesque seaside residential community within the city of Palos Verdes Estates.  The bay is defined by a large nearly perfect semicircle shape; perfect for watching sunsets, or catching epic waves during winter swells or paddling on glassy lake like days.

A close knit community of over 2000 homes and local businesses, Lunada Bay is a great place for families with all three public schools within the area.  Other features of the area include parks, green spaces, trails with incredible vistas, a Par Course for the exercise enthusiast, Lunada Bay Little League field, and the PVE Shoreline Preserve.

This area has had its share of interesting historical events; learn more about Lunada Bay history.

The Lunada Bay Homeowners Association is proud to be a voice in this great community, learn more about us.

Local Attractions & Resources

TrueLife Images, Photography by Nick Carlson

Many of the beautiful images of Palos Verdes featured on our website are from Nick Carlson.  Nick’s photography has been featured at Terranea Resort and other locations; you can checkout additional images on his website and on Flickr.

PVE Programs

Learn more about several programs overseen by the Chief of Police that benefit all residents. Prepare your household in the event of a major disaster and help increase our community’s survivability by joining a response team with PVE Disaster Preparedness.  Help our senior residents prepare to stay safe and independent in their homes with the PVE Cares program.  Work with your neighbors to increase the quality of life and safety within our community with the Neighborhood Watch program.

City of PVE

Visit the PVE City website for access to the City Manager, Clerk, Council and the city’s Calendar.  The site also has links to the Police Department, and city services (Public Works, Planning and Building).

Shop Local

We are proud to support our local businesses, take a look at several Lunada Bay businesses recently featured in the South Bay Magazine.

St. Honore Bistro Caffe

A local favorite serving: salads, sandwiches, breakfast, wraps, crepes, and smoothies with a full cappuccino bar.

2201 Palos Verdes Drive West
(310) 544-3100

Lunada BayHouse Restaurant

The perfect dining spot, Lunada BayHouse restaurant offers an engaging menu of steaks, seafood and chops prepared by an award winning chef.

2325 Palos Verdes Drive West
(310) 544-1704

Fine landscapes by Marlene Breene

Marlene Breene designs fine landscapes for the Palos Verdes lifestyle.  Her portfolio includes elegant estates, jewelbox gardens, natural canyon-scapes, historical properties, easy care gardens, xeriscape, native friendly parks and educational school gardens.

Stop in and say hi!

2325 Palos Verdes Drive West #212 (next to Alfredo Garcias!)
(310) 625-6180

Poppi Boutique

A women’s designer clothing store.

2325 Palos Verdes Drive West, Suite #201
(310) 544-7700

BLUE Lunada Bay

A men’s and women’s store located in Lunada Bay carrying both designer and surf brands.

2201 Via Anacapa
(310) 544-7701

Alferdo Garcias

This local favorite offers fine authentic Mexican cuisine from tasty LA street food to Southern Mexican dishes.

2325 Palos Verdes Drive West
(310) 544-1400

PVE Homes Association

Learn more about building restrictions and the type of architecture allowed within the City.  And, gain knowledge about the Art Jury process, which reviews and approves changes to existing or new properties.

PVP Land Conservancy

Visit the PVP Land Conservancy, a non-profit organization committed to preservation of open space on the peninsula for all to enjoy and learn about our natural environment and native plants and animals.

PVP Schools

Visit the PVP Unified School District site for information on the local public schools and access to the local PTA sites or booster clubs.  The LBHOA, local schools, and PTAs continue to work together and support each other to bring meaningful and fun-filled events to our neighborhood.  Member volunteers from each of these groups enable us to maintain a strong community.

PVP Transit Authority

If you need to get around the Peninsula, catch a ride on one of the PVPTA busses.  The PVPTA bus routes connect residential areas with schools, libraries, commercial areas, and regional bus lines. Visit the PVPTA site for information on route maps and how to obtain bus passes or tokens.

Malaga Cove Homeowners Association

Visit the Malaga Cove Homeowners Association site, our neighboring community in PVE.  We frequently work with MCHA members on advocacy with the City to benefit area residents.