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This beach is quite busy. We stopped here along our drive up the PCH from LA to San Fran. We parked alongside be road where all the cars were and it’s free. The beach was a short walk. There are bathrooms but they’re quite dirty....More
My girlfriend and I did enjoy this beach as a stop on the PCH. It's very relaxing, has beautiful coastal views of Malibu, and nice waves for surfing or body surfing. The only negative was that once you get about waist deep in the ocean...More
The surfing was amazing to watch. They dedicate a portion of the beach for surfers. The beach to swim was on the small side. It felt crowded even on a Monday. The access points from the street you need to walk down a sandy hill,...More
I love the beach, but this one really stole my heart, along with Santa Monica. It's just so peaceful. The food on Malibu Pier was absolutely gorgeous and I'm so excited to go back. At the end of the day, I sat and watched the...More
Visited during a Christmas holiday and waves and surfers were not out in full force however there were a few paddle boarders around the Malibu Pier which created an even more lively picturesque setting, especially during the long sunrises and expansive sunsets.
Not the best beach in Malibu, but one of the better spots to sun, swim, eat and people watch. The waves are crowded so unless you can hold your own with the best be weary. Swimming is limited to the pier area, but typically it...More
This is a nice beach - but as the name suggest, its best for surfers. The waves also mean that it's not good for kids. Also there are restrictions on where swimmers can go.
Parking is hard, so come early if you want cheap parking.