94 acres of beautiful beach with volleyball nets, showers and a playground as well as restaurants and great night life.
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Las Tunas Beach
Quiet and less crowded than most LA area beaches. Excellent spot for fishing and scuba diving. Parking and restrooms are available.
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Surfrider Beach comprises Malibu Lagoon and Malibu Pier. With 22 acres of wetlands, a mile of beach and fishing from the pier there is something for everyone.
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Manhattan Beach has over 2 miles of ocean frontage and 115 acres of beautiful sandy beach and a 900 foot pier. Parking is available with over 450 public parking spaces.
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Nicholas Canyon is a great beach for surfing, body surfing, body boarding, swimming, windsailing, and scuba diving. Restrooms, picnic tables and parking are available.
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Zuma Beach has 1.8 miles of beach frontage with 105 acres of property. There are approximately 2,000 parking spaces. Food stands are located at each end of the beach. Restrooms, restaurants, showers, and volleyball nets.
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Point Dume Beach
Over one mile of ocean frontage with 34 acres of sand. It is surrounded by headlands, cliffs, rocky coves, and vast beach access. Restrooms, restaurants and showers are available.
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With over a mile of ocean frontage and 21.5 acres of property Topanga Beach is the first real beach in Malibu. Visit this beach to swim, scuba dive and fish. Restrooms, picnic tables and showers are available.
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Redondo Beach is over a mile and a half long and it runs south from the Redondo Beach Pier to Torrance Beach. There is a parking structure for the pier along with street parking. Amenities include showers, restrooms, and volleyball nets.
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Torrance Beach lies between Redondo Beach and Malaga Cove. The region shared by Torrance and Redondo Beaches is often called “Rat Beach” (short for “Right After Torrance” Beach).
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White Point/ Royal Palms Beach
This beach, with its colorful history, is a great place for a family outing. The bluff portion of this beach has metered parking, ample restrooms, children’s play area, picnic tables, and outstanding panoramic views that include Catalina Island.
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“Mother’s Beach” as it is referred to by local residents, is a family and kid-friendly, man-made beach in Marina del Rey. The area is comprised of almost a half-mile of sandy beach with volleyball courts, picnic areas, barbecues, showers, and restrooms.
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