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El Matador State Beach in Malibu, California

El Matador Beach is one of three beaches within Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach. El Matador is the most popular of the three and the closest to Malibu. The parking lots for each beach are well-signed along Pacific Coast Highway in western Malibu. El Matador has a parking lot on the bluff with picnic tables that look out over the Pacific Ocean. A trail descends through unique eroding formations on the face of the bluff then stairs take you the rest of the way to the beach.

Beautiful sea stacks are on the beach and in the surf. This is a popular spot to photograph swimsuit models and stunning sunsets. Explore north on the beach to caves and arches in the rocks. The largest cave faces the ocean at the bottom of a huge flat rock that is connected to the base of the bluff. It’s best to visit these natural features at low tide. Continuing your walk north leads to La Piedra State Beach. If you walk south you will pass in front of stunning homes on your way to Lechuza Beach.

Address
32200 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90265
Park Name
Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach
Owner
State Park
Activities
Sunbathing, Beach Exploration, Birdwatching, Snorkeling, Swimming, Beach Walking, Cave Exploration, Photography
Amenities
Caves, Toilets, Picnic Tables
Pet Policy
No dogs allowed on the beach
Fees
Fee for parking

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