Pacific Palisades

Where luxury living and scenic coastal beauty collide.

Welcome to Pacific Palisades

Tucked along the picturesque Los Angeles coastline, Pacific Palisades is a haven of upscale coastal elegance. This tranquil enclave, cocooned between the rugged Santa Monica Mountains and the azure Pacific Ocean, offers a harmonious blend of natural grandeur and sophisticated living. Its streets, lined with opulent homes, exemplify luxury and refinement.
Pacific Palisades boasts a rich tapestry of recreational gems. Hiking enthusiasts will find solace in trails that wind through verdant canyons, unveiling expansive oceanic vistas. The pristine beaches are an invitation to bask, play, and rejuvenate, while spots like Temescal Gateway Park offer tranquil pockets for picnics and unwinding.
The heart of this community is Palisades Village, a chic hub of boutique shopping, gourmet dining, and contemporary amenities, all wrapped in a village-like charm. Families are particularly drawn to the Pacific Palisades, thanks to its exceptional schools and kid-friendly spaces.
Fostering a robust community spirit, the neighborhood thrives with events ranging from summer concerts to vibrant farmers' markets. In Pacific Palisades, the idyllic rhythm of coastal life melds with urban sophistication, providing a unique retreat within the bustling City of Angels. Dive into a world where Southern California's coastal elegance shines its brightest.

What to Love

  • Coastal commissions oversee aesthetic and sustainable home upgrades.
  • Elite public and private education options abound
  • A socially engaged community that's like "Beverly Hills by the beach”
  • High-end retail therapy and culinary delights at Palisades Village

Local Lifestyle

Living in Pacific Palisades means a balanced blend of natural grandeur and cultivated elegance. Privacy is a given, allowing for a lifestyle that appreciates the finer things against a backdrop of unforgettable scenery. The ocean and the city are both just a stone's throw away, allowing for an optimal work-life balance. Close to academic centers like UCLA and the glamorous Beverly Hills, it's a neighborhood where you're positioned perfectly to have it all.
Residents have their pick from a wide array of exclusive neighborhoods boasting top-tier amenities and hefty price tags, including The Riveria, The Alphabet Streets, The Huntington, The Highlands, Casa Tellammare, Via De Las Olas, El Medio Bluff, and Rustic Canyon.

Dining and Entertainment

The Draycott offers an elegant dining experience that captures California's culinary essence. This upscale restaurant is a testament to sophisticated dining, presenting patrons with a blend of European flair and local flavors, all within a refined yet welcoming ambiance. It’s a must-visit for gourmands and enthusiasts alike.
For an Asian culinary odyssey, step into the intricate atmospheres of Pearl Dragon. Marrying traditional flavors with contemporary flair, this upscale eatery offers patrons a culinary journey through the East. With its chic ambiance and commitment to authentic dishes, Pearl Dragon is an undeniable gem in the California dining scene.
Health-conscious gourmands will feel right at home at Café Vida. This local favorite seamlessly blends Latin and Californian flavors, offering dishes that are as nourishing as they are delicious. Its laid-back atmosphere, combined with a commitment to fresh ingredients, makes it a refreshing culinary retreat for all.
Fiesta Feast is a celebration of vibrant flavors. This lively eatery offers a tantalizing array of dishes that capture the heart of Mexican cuisine. With its festive ambiance and dedication to authentic recipes, Fiesta Feast ensures every meal is a jubilant culinary experience.
Grab organic and health-conscious products at Erewhon in Pacific Palisades. This upscale market is celebrated for its curated selection of natural products, gourmet offerings, and holistic wellness essentials. Erewhon’s commitment to purity and quality has made it a go-to destination for discerning residents seeking nourishment and vitality.

Things to Do

Palisades Village is the epitome of coastal sophistication and boutique shopping. This charming enclave offers a curated collection of chic boutiques, artisan eateries, and entertainment options. The Village beautifully captures the community's relaxed yet refined vibe with its pedestrian-friendly pathways, lush green spaces, and al fresco dining spots. Whether you're seeking the latest in fashion, a gourmet bite, or simply a leisurely stroll in a picturesque setting, Palisades Village promises an unparalleled experience, seamlessly blending luxury with the warmth of local charm.
The Palisades 4th of July Parade is a cherished tradition, bringing the community together in patriotic celebration. With vibrant floats, local performers, and spirited residents lining the streets, this annual event encapsulates the heart of American festivity, set against the scenic backdrop of coastal California. This is a must-experience local spectacle!
Palisades Park, perched atop Santa Monica's coastal bluffs, offers breathtaking ocean vistas and serene green spaces. A favorite for both locals and visitors, this park provides a tranquil respite with meandering pathways, historical landmarks, and picturesque picnic spots, making it an idyllic setting to unwind and revel in nature's beauty.


  • Palisades Charter High School
  • Paul Revere Charter Middle School
  • Calvary Christian School
  • Corpus Christi
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Overview for Pacific Palisades, CA

23,037 people live in Pacific Palisades, where the median age is 48 and the average individual income is $131,556. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Pacific Palisades, CA

Pacific Palisades has 8,840 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Pacific Palisades do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 23,037 people call Pacific Palisades home. The population density is 4,041.165 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Around Pacific Palisades, CA

There's plenty to do around Pacific Palisades, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Dance With Alexis, The Brow Fixx, and Hair By Michale.

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Active 3.77 miles 16 reviews 5/5 stars
Beauty 4.48 miles 21 reviews 5/5 stars
Beauty 4.33 miles 25 reviews 5/5 stars

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