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Had a couple extra hours following a business meeting before heading to the hotel. Found this quiet beach along PCH. Quiet area with fabulous views. Parking lot is small. Only porta potties available. It was a weekday afternoon but few people.
We enjoy going to this cool state beach in Malibu. The sunsets are amazing and the waves are perfect. Great place to have a picnic or just take in some sun. There are many coastal access areas up and down the coast you just have...More
We were roaming PCH and found this quiet little beach. I believe it was quiet because you have to pay for parking and if you try and get the free parking, which there’s not much of, the trek down can be a little tricky. Once...More
A good place to spend an hour or so; if you're looking to spend the day at the beach, you're much better off going to Zuma Beach (which has lifeguard stations, restrooms, outdoor showers, seasonal food stands, and lots of parking.
Free parking on PCH, paid parking lot at entrance. Steep 5 - 10 min walk down to bottom of hill, not for the physically challenged. Had to literally jump down to beach and help my wife step down. But in the end....all worth it. Beautiful...More
Spent the day here and we had such a great time. The waves were huge and we played in them all day. The beach was quiet and had plenty of room to spread out our towels out and rest. The weather was amazing. I loved...More
Kinda hard to find.
Up from Matador and down from Nichols
$8 fee...lots less than the ticket so you might as well pay the machine cause they do check.
Parking for 15 cars or so and 1 Outhouse.
3 minute walk to sand.
The Malibu coastline is like a chameleon. In some areas it resembles the French Riviera with its lush, green hillsides descending into crescent-shaped shorelines. In others, it feels 100% Southern Californian with beaches wide and flat as a football field, and often crowded with beach-goers lounging on towels and playing volleyball. Other coastlines still feel secluded, tucked under tall cliffs and dotted
with stunning rock formations. In certain areas, where the ocean waves are just right, surfers can be seen bobbing in the water. Up in the mountains to the east hikers take in truly stunning views of the ocean and the sprawling Los Angeles landscape. And along Pacific Coast Highway, restaurants are filled with visitors and locals from all walks of life. Stumble into the right place at the right time, and you’ll likely encounter a celebrity.