An area filled with wooden buildings painted with bright colors, a water fountain, a lighthouse and boat docks, Fisherman’s Village was created to replicate the style of a New England fishing village. You can easily visit the Fisherman’s Village by taking a ride on the Marina del Rey water bus at the convenient price of $1.00.
The activities at the Fisherman’s Village range from tourist attractions which include fishing cruises to souvenir shops and nightclubs. Those who prefer more active pastimes should consider renting a boat or a bicycle, or take an energizing parasailing flight from anywhere between 500 to 800 feet high. Other options include taking a stroll along cobblestone paths and taking in the beautiful views of the Marina, or dining at any one of the number of restaurants and cafes.
Fisherman’s Village also has an abundance of live open air concerts of different genres ranging from R&B, Latin, Jazz, Pop and Blues. These weekend concerts are free to the public, weather permitting. Concert schedules rotate weekly. Waterfront activities including kayaking, windsurfing, paddle-boarding, jet skiing etc. are readily available, as are weekend dinner and dance cruises.