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Zuma Beach

Zuma Beach is a Los Angeles county park facility in Malibu. It’s a long wide beach with enough parking...

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Topanga Beach

Topanga Beach is the closest Malibu California beach to Los Angeles. The Eastern Malibu coast faces south and Topanga...

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Big Rock Beach

Big Rock Beach is a narrow rocky beach in Malibu that is under water during higher tides. It is...

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Westward Beach

Westward Beach is a long and wide beach on the western side of Point Dume in Malibu, California. Westward...

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Latigo Beach

Latigo Beach is on the east side of Latigo Point in Malibu. More specifically, Latigo Beach is below the...

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Amarillo Beach

Amarillo Beach is the official name of the eastern beach along Malibu Road in Malibu, CA. This is the...

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Puerco Beach

Puerco Beach is the official name for the beach on the western portion of Malibu Road in Malibu, CA....

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Escondido Beach

Escondido Beach is a south-facing sandy beach east of Point Dume in Malibu, CA. The most direct beach access...

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Broad Beach

Broad Beach is a long narrow public beach in front of beautiful Malibu homes. Bulkheads, rock piles, and other...

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Lechuza Beach

Lechuza Beach is a little-known public beach in Malibu, CA. It’s located below homes at the northern end of...

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Las Flores Beach

Las Flores Beach is a narrow sandy beach below homes in east Malibu. The beach is located east of...

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Little Dume Beach

Little Dume Beach is in a small east-facing cove near Point Dume in Malibu. It’s popular with surfers when...

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El Sol Beach

El Sol Beach is a public beach in Malibu that is owned by Los Angeles County. Access to this...

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About Malibu

With nearly three-dozen beaches to choose from, Malibu is a beach-lovers dream. From the iconic Surfrider Beach, famous for world-class surfing and movies like “Gidget”, to one of the area's cleanest beaches at Zuma Beach, to the cave-like rocks and cliffs of El Matador State Beach, there are plenty of options. Keep in mind, though, many of these beaches aren’t very well known, or easy to find. In some cases, beach access has been obscured or signed to discourage the public from entering. Learn more about the Hidden Beaches of Malibu. Before you go, stock up on supplies, food and beach equipment at Malibu Pier and in the city of Malibu.