: Los Angeles International
: Union Station
: Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu City is 27 miles long, ribboning down the coast from Leo Carillo beach to just above Topanga Canyon, never wider than 5 miles. Pacific Coast Highway is the main coastal route and the Santa Monica Mountains form a spectacular
buttress against the desert heat of the valleys. Within Malibu itself are several
distinct communities not immediately obvious to the casual day visitors who flock to the summer beaches. Our particular part of Malibu centers around Point Dume which is the western-most end of Santa Monica Bay. Point Dume embodies many Malibu paradoxes. It has horse ranches, mansions and a trailer park. Movies shoot at Westward beach and whales come to visit on their long journey down to the Baja. The overall feel of Point Dume is more relaxed, more “old Malibu” -- more like a village.
Other Activities: kayaking, shopping