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Location : 32350 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu

Pet Policy : No pets allowed on the beach

Parking : Paid

Things to Do :

  • Sunbathing
  • Beach Exploration
  • Birdwatching
  • Snorkeling
  • Swimming
  • Beach Walking
  • Cave Exploration
  • Photography

Amenities :

  • Caves
  • Toilets
  • Picnic Tables

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El Matador State Beach, Los Angeles Overview

This famous summertime getaway attracts a decent number of tourists as well as locals who come here for walks in the sand, snorkelling or simply sunbathing and to watch panoramic sunsets. This sandy stretch is the most popular beach among the cliff-foot beaches with blufftop parking within the Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach and is the closest to Malibu. One can spend his time here in Cave exploration, Beach Exploration, Bird watching and swimming. This is a popular destination for professional photographers to capture the dramatic sunsets and aquatic life as well. There are picnic tables overlooking the Pacific. A steep trail along a dirt path makes the entry for the beach. The place is covered with massive rocks, birds, seaweed covered stones and most importantly a lot of people on weekends. The beach is filled with caves and arches which provide an excellent backdrop for posers. The north section of the beach is comparatively less crowded and is a must visit place. The best time to visit here is during the low tide which makes most part of the beach easily accessible.

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