Zuma Beach



Zuma Beach is one of the largest, cleanest, and most popular beaches in Malibu, Los Angeles County. Zuma Beach can be accessed directly from Pacific Coast Highway between Malibu Canyon/Las Virgenes Road and Kanan-Dume Road. The beach is famous for surfing and kite surfing and hosts several major surfing events each year. Point Dume State Beach is to the east of Zuma Beach.


The Great Sand Dune

The Great Sand Dune is a large naturally formed sand dune on the north side of Pacific Coast Highway. It is located west of Malibu and east of Point Mugu. It was formed over thousands of years by the wind and has become a popular place to hike. Views of the beach and Pacific Ocean from the top are absolutely spectacular.


Chumash Indian Trail – Malibu

Chumash Indian Trail – Malibu is also known as the Old Indian Trail. It starts at Trancas just to the west of Zuma Beach and ends where it meets the Ridge Trail in the Santa Monica Mountains. The trail was named in honor of the Chumash Indians who inhabited the area for thousands of years.