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“Right next to El Matador Beach is the even quieter rocky beach with a short hike down. (If you want the crowds and to people watch, go to Santa Monica Pier beach) North by a literal hop skip and jump, to La Piedra is also another favorite, La Pescadero Beach...again, even quieter, another short hike, less rocks, just some petrified tree branches in interesting formations! Great place to connect with nature as you feel the breeze of standing on the edge of the Earth on your face and body :D”
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Beach
“right at the bottom of the hill, easy to park along pch (be careful of traffic!), and walk along the beach”
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Hótel
“The Malibu Lagoon and Adamson House are a great way to get to know history of Malibu. World Famous Surfrider Beach is nearby.”
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“Where mountains collide with ocean, it’s hard to go wrong in the search for perfect views. What makes Malibu’s Corral Canyon stand out is its raw nature—coastal sage scrub and willows clinging to parched hills (lush with wildflowers after a wet winter), plus the occasional bunny or lizard—experienced over a 2.4-mile, fairly gentle and shockingly deserted (on a weekday afternoon) hike. As the trail begins, the noise of PCH and the sea breeze follow you up. But things quiet down—and heat up—quickly on this shadeless trail. Hang a left at the first fork—this way you can face the ocean during your descent. Cutting through wild fennel and rust-colored grasses, the packed dirt path leads you on switchbacks along the east side and top of Corral Canyon. The descent toward the ocean has sweeping views of Santa Monica beaches all the way to Point Dume that are more than easy on the eyes.”
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