Welcome to Malibu

A serene luxury beach with high-end shopping, restaurants, and parks.
The Malibu neighborhood is on the western coast of Los Angeles, California. The location is famous for its beautiful beaches and strong surf, including its proximity to the Pacific Coast Highway. Residents love to stay in Malibu because of its serene and luxurious lifestyle. The area has a small-town feel with lots of open space, but it's still close to the city and all its amenities. The quiet neighborhood is a short drive from the beach, where you can enjoy the sun, surf, and sand.
In the heart of Malibu lies lush parks, various restaurants, and shops. The city has been a popular destination for celebrities and stars for years. Today, it's known more for its natural beauty and laid-back vibe than its celebrity connections. Malibu has various home designs, styles, and descriptions. The homes in this area are usually large and luxurious, with many built on hillsides or rugged terrain. You will also notice beachfront mansions with massive redwood beams supporting a second-floor balcony overlooking the ocean.

What to Love

  • Serene, luxurious, and beautiful beaches
  • Celebrity homes and attractions
  • High-end shopping at the Malibu Country Mart
  • Iconic fishing pier
  • Wide and sandy Zuma Beach

Local Lifestyle

There are many fun activities you can enjoy on the beachfront. Residents love everything from hiking trails and surfing spots to upscale shopping centers, restaurants, and nightlife. For those looking for some peace, many local parks around the beach are quiet and serene. You can also enjoy delicious meals at the most scenic beachfront restaurants.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Malibu is not only home to beautiful beaches and picturesque views, but it also features the most luxurious restaurants and exclusive venues in Los Angeles. You will find notable restaurants along every seafront with scenic views. Nobu Malibu is a Japanese restaurant with a beachfront space known for its raw fish dishes and beautiful decor. It's a must-stop spot if you're in town and looking for a delicious meal with an ocean view. It also serves a full menu of sushi, sashimi, and other Japanese dishes in an upscale atmosphere. 
Moonshadows is another luxurious spot featuring a romantic ambiance with a candlelight dinner and live music entertainment. It serves American fare, emphasizing seafood and fresh ingredients, making it a favorite among locals looking for something new to try. Los Angeles Times 101 Best Restaurants in L.A. has also featured Moonshadows. Dukes offers Hawaiian-styled cuisines in an open-air atmosphere to make you feel you're eating with friends on the beach. The biggest draw is Neptune's Net, serving up fresh seafood classics since 1956. It has a perfect site overlooking the ocean. The atmosphere is casual and fun, along with live music and dancing every weekend.
Malibu Country Mart is a seaside destination for high-end shopping, restaurants, and play options. You can shop for jewelry, shoes, and clothes while enjoying a delicious meal or drink at one of their many restaurants. Paradise Cove offers visitors options for surfing, swimming, and sunbathing. 

Things to Do

Malibu has a lot to offer, but one of its best features is the Malibu Pier. It's home to some of the best seafood in town and is a popular place for families and friends to hang out. You can also enjoy a fantastic view of the Pacific Ocean from here. If you want to learn more about nature, Malibu Creek State Park is another popular destination for locals. It's one of the largest urban parks in California, with vast acres of land open for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and more. There are also plenty of campsites available if you desire to stay overnight while exploring the scenic park.
Nicholas Canyon Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches for a surfer. There are several parks nearby, great for picnics and family time. Perfect in appearance, the beach is an excellent spot for swimming, wading, scuba diving, windsurfing, surfing, and trying other fun activities in the ocean. Another great place to go in Malibu is Zuma Beach, which is on the Pacific Coast Highway but further south than Nicholas Canyon Beach. It's a great place to swim in the ocean or relax on the beach. You will also find many restaurants nearby and shops selling souvenirs and clothing items featuring the beach lifestyle theme.



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