“27 Miles of Scenic Beauty” are what the signs proclaim that are dotted along the Pacific Coast Highway, the main thoroughfare of Malibu. The sign is not a hyperbole, as anyone can plainly see by taking a relaxing cruise down the P.C.H. past the quaint markets and canyon roads on one side and arguably the most beautiful coastline in North America on the other. Past Surfrider and Zuma beach with their warm and sandy shores, around Point Dume from which one can see Catalina Island, and through the canyons that lead down to the Trancas Country Market. The appeal is irresistible and falling in love is inevitable. The highlands and beaches of Malibu are filled with protected areas of great natural beauty. There is always a deserted little beach tucked away in a cove for you to discover and plenty of grassy wildflower covered hills for you to explore. Most recognized for spectacular beaches and coastlines, the canyons hold their own treasures and remarkable beauty. Extraordinary views, spectacular wineries and vineyards, and incredible privacy – you will feel like you’ve entered a world far from the hustle of the city. The citizens of Malibu have a great deal of pride in their city, and rightly so, with its fabulous schools and universities, unparalleled beauty, and it’s amazingly fast access to the City of Los Angeles and everything that it has to offer. There is no place like Malibu, California.
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