Take a look at these pristene and exciting beaches! The relaxing yet lively atmosphere on the sand and around the rocks is perfect for any day whether you're going to hangout with your friends, take a walk, or go for a swim.
Sycamore Canyon Beach
The First beach is located just on the border of Ventura and Malibu. It is right next to the world famous biker bar called Neptune's Net, so it is always a great idea to pick up some seafood and then head to one of the picnic tables on the beach! During low tide, you can take the opportunity to brave the rocks towards the east side of the beach and venture into a small cove! Address: 8967 Pacific Coast Hwy Newbury Park, CA 91320
Our next stop is Zuma Beach, one of the largest beaches in Malibu. Zuma beach is home to a lively atmosphere with stunning 360 views of the Santa Monica Mountains and Point Dume national park. If you get hungry while at paradise, walk on over to the Sunset grill, which is a tiny isolated seafood grill and bar located near Point Dume. As you continue to walk around the beach, you may see a movie set, which is incredibly common on Zuma- Go up to them and ask if they need extras and see what happens! Address: 30050 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265
A state beach with no name
Lastly, we have a secret beach, one with no name. You may have heard a few years ago that homeowners put up signs to keep the public from going to their jem of a beach, which was not cool! Take Malibu road halfway down, and you shall see a secret entrance to this beautiful beach. If you go to this beach during low tide, you will notice an abundance of tide pools, home of interesting aquatic creatures like crabs, sea snails, eals, and if you're lucky you might see an octopus! Address: 24818 Malibu Road Malibu, CA 90265