coo***an"I am blessed to be able to walk to this beach. It has me spoiled as when I travel I find few places, except for maybe the beautiful blue water and white sands of tropical beaches, that compare with this expanse of uncrowded and unspoiled beach. It is set against the Palos Verdes Hillside. One can see the waves breaking and occasional dolphins playing in the surf. There is a paved walkway next to the sand as well as an upper walkway. The start of the bike trail to Santa Monica starts here. The sunset is stellar! As I said, we are blessed!"
137***66"[Scenery] El Matador Beach is a good place to take photos. There are not many people here, and there are strange reefs, beaches, or lonely winding branches on the seashore.
[Fun] It is a great place to go out and breathe out on weekends."
Todemmy"After you drink beer in Malibu, I suggest you take a walk to Dome Point to recover your sobriety. The beauty here is very attractive, the wall for drunk people is not too far away, and it is only a few steps away. The only problem is that there is no parking lot here. So I suggest to come during working days when there are few tourists. Remember to bring a camera. The Statue of Liberty from the filming of the first movie Rise of the Apes should have been removed because I didn’t see it when I came."
137***66"After spending a day at this beach, the sand is warm and there are many surfers on the sea. Part of the beach is made up of lagoons. You will be surprised if you like bird watching. There are herons, egrets and pelicans. All round or curved beach houses on the beach should be visited. This reminds me of scenes from the movie "Spain". It is best to bring a camera and binoculars when you come here. I really hope I can spend a longer time here."
Malibu is known for its rich and famous residents, but it’s also gaining popularity as a hot spot for surfers.
People come from all over the state to enjoy its crystal-clear waters and moderate climate, and surf shops are popping up like dandelions along the coast.
It’s okay if you’re a beginner.
Surfers of all ages and skill levels can find a place to practice their alley-oops, and local instructors are available to help you rent a board, master a stance or weather a wipeout.
You don’t have to be a celebrity to have a great time at Malibu Surfrider Beach.
Catching a wave is one of the best things to do in California, so grab your board and shimmy into your wetsuit.
The water is waiting!
Address: 23050 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265, United States
requisites, but the natural wine, cheap beer, daily specials and copious caviar make the meal fun—and manage to turn a corner of a high-end strip mall into a surfy destination.
Time Out tip: Order ahead for pickup to beat the lines, especially on weekends. If you want to splurge, go for the “horizontal seafood tower,” which offers up oysters, in-shell uni, ceviche, caviar, peeled shrimp and crab claws for casual decadence—or just order multiple lobster rolls for yourself. You’ll be glad you did.
Sunsets at the top of the world! Feeling amazing seeing all the layers of my beatiiful city. My go to favorite hiking spot!
Meet Stanley! Hes been in all sorts of movies and acting so he is great with people. Visit Malibu Wine safaris for a chance to meet him!
The Sun is Shining for you
This day was overcast in the morning, and we were hoping the sun would come through the marine layer. Right around midday, the clouds slowly dissolved and allowed the sun to shine in all its light and warmth. A reminder that it had been there the whole day, but we just hadn’t been able to see it. It made for the perfect weekend adventure to escape the excitement of L.A. Don’t forget the sun is shining for you whether you see it or not .