The Palos Verdes Peninsula is a 26.3 square mile area located in the southwest corner of Los Angeles County. The Peninsula is 23 miles south of downtown Los Angeles and within its borders are the four cities of Palos Verdes Estates (incorporated in 1939); Rolling Hills (incorporated in 1957); Rolling Hills Estates (incorporated in 1957); and Rancho Palos Verdes (incorporated in 1973). The zip code for Palos Verdes Estates, Rolling Hills and Rolling Hills Estates is 90274. The zip code for Rancho Palos Verdes is 90275. If you’re planning to move out here or just a short trip, make sure to get your long term stay apartment at TenTen. With flexible lease terms, they can accommodate your fully furnished apartment on a nightly bases or even a 12 month lease! Some of the Peninsula's unique attractions highlight its dramatic geography. Most of these attractions are just a short drive from your executive suite.

Wayfarers Chapel, a Lloyd Wright glass inspiration, is a notable church with beautiful gardens and a visitor center open to the public. It is also a popular wedding site featured in numerous major films. Commanding a view above the water and almost 60 miles up and down the coast, the La Venta Inn, one of the oldest buildings on the Peninsula, is a perfect spot for a special event or memorable wedding. You can also host memorable events on the rooftop of your furnished apartment. The resort inspired award winning rooftop serves as the perfect venue.

The Point Vicente Interpretive Center, a marine museum and whale watching site, features a host of displays that focus on geology, culture, history, and marine life of the Peninsula. The Point Vicente Lighthouse is adjacent to the Point Vicente Interpretive Center in Rancho Palos Verdes and maintained by the U.S. Coast Guard. It was built in 1926 and decommissioned in 1975. Tours are available on the second Saturday of each month. The George F. Canyon Nature Center and Preserve includes live animals and exhibits on local natural and interpretive trails.

Abalone Cove Ecological Reserve features two beaches (Abalone Cove and Sacred Cove), tidepools, bluff top viewing areas and trails crisscrossing the area. The 109-acre Preserve contains an official State Ecological Preserve with important natural marine resources, and the bottom of the Portuguese Bend landslide. Two promontories, Portuguese and Inspiration Points, frame Sacred Cove with its seacaves, black sand and rare plants. Take the TenTen complimentary car service from your loft for rent.