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Because what’s a Los Angeles summer without going to the beach? You may already have your favorite sun, swim or surf spot. If not, here is a list of suggested beaches in Los Angeles and Ventura.

Alphabetical:

Dockweiler  – LAX adjacent. 12501 Vista del Mar, Playa del Rey

El Matador — it has pretty rock formations. 32350 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu

El Pescador. 32900 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu

Emma Wood. The 101 and Main Street

Harbor’s Cove—kid friendly. 1878-1998 Spinnaker Drive

Hobson —good surfing 5213 Pacific Coast Highway

Leo Carillo— known for tide pools, reefs and caves. 3600 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu

Marina/Mother’s —kid friendly. 4135 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey

Nicholas Canyon —crowd light. 33850 Pacific Coast Highway , Malibu

Pierpoint at Seaward casino spiele Village at the end of Seaward Ave.

Point Dune—beautiful. 7103 Westward Beach Rd., Malibu

Rincon —-top rated surfing spot in the world.  Exit the 101 at Bates Road.

San Buena Ventura. San Pedro St. and Pierpont Blvd.

Santa Monica—famous Santa Monica Pier. 100-2900 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica

Surfer’s Knoll. Ventura Harbor Village, Spinnaker Dr.

Surfers Point & Ventura Beach. 450 East Harbor Blvd. Between the Crowne Plaza and Seaside Park.

Topanga—kinda rocky for swimming but good for surfing. 18700 PCH, Malibu

Venice City—boardwalk, famous Muscle Beach, street artists and performers. 2700-3100 Ocean Front Walk, Venice

Will Rogers–near the Marvin Braude Bicycle Trail. 17700 PCH

Zuma—Quintessential Southern California beach. 30050 block of PCH, Malibu

More information can be found at:

www.beaches.lacounty.gov

www.beaches.co.la.ca.us

www.beachcalifornia.com

www.fun-in-ventura.com

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