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What are the top 3 beaches in Los Angeles?

What are some beautiful beaches that I should check out while I'm in LA?  My friends and I were thinking we'd stay around Santa Monica'ish and we're down to drive!

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  • JR Johnson

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    Any trip to LA should include some time near the water and Malibu is a great option and one of my favorite places in Malibu is Point Dume State Beach. It's one of the most beautiful beaches in LA. Although surrounded by Malibu homes, it still provides the feeling of what LA must have been like 100 years ago. It's a beautiful place to hike/walk and enjoy the views. However, it's a bear to get to. Parking is very limited. There are only a few parking spots on the street nearest the path to the beach so be prepared to walk a lot just to get to the bluff, but on a nice day it's worth it. They now have walking paths, vista points, and a stairway that leads down to the beach making it easier to get up and down the bluff.

    Take some water and food, because there is nothing down there except for a few surfers and beachgoers. The beach was previously a well-known nude beach because it is so secluded. But now the easier access has made it less desirable to the exhibitionists, so now there is no nudity to fear. From the bluff above are some of the best views in LA, IMO.

    Another route to the beach, which is even a little more adventurous, you can walk in from Paradise Cove Cafe Note that this walk/hike can only be made at low tide because otherwise the beach is under water. So check the tide charts if you want to try to pull this off. Don't let the tide come in and cut you off. Even if you don't want to do the full walk, the cafe is great place to just have a drink in the sand (only place in LA where you can drink on the beach) and stroll out the small pier. It's very civilized and bloody marys are noteworthy. Valet parking at Cafe is pricey but makes things VERY easy and I recommend it.

    Manhattan Beach Pier is another good one. On a big surf day, the pier provides such a cool perspective to watch the waves and the surfers. It's a great way to see Manhattan Beach from this California historical landmark. It was completed in 1920 and it's the longest concrete pier on the west coast. At the end they have a small aquarium with a shark tank and a couple tidal pools for kids to touch the sea stars. Worth taking a peek in there for sure. Don't forget to leave a little donation since it funded by donations and volunteers.

    Laguna Beach is also worth adding to the list. It's the perfect road trip from Santa Monica to see some more of the coast. A stop by Montage is mandatory, even if you don't stay there. Any photos that you see on the web of this place just doesn't do this place justice. It's amazing and it could be one of the nicest hotels in the world IMO. When i travel, I like views... i like to get some perspective so I love the Montage in Laguna Beach. Leave your car with the valet, have a drink or lunch or just walk the grounds down to the beach (which is 100% allowed/encouraged). If you're there for sunset, enjoy the music in the lobby and view. If you're thinking of spending the night in the area, just a FYI that the rooms are really pricey, so unless you want to break the bank you might want to stay elsewhere, but still have a peek inside this place. A cheaper option I would recommend close by is Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa or Laguna Beach House.

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      Wow, this sounds amazing! I think Malibu to Laguna is totally doable on this trip. Thanks so much for all the tips JR! · (0 likelikes)

    • Trevor M.

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      This is pretty much the exact answer I would have given. Point Dume in Malibu is my #1 go-to beach near LA, followed by Paradise Cove. Manhattan Beach is also great (rent bikes or walk up to Manhattan Ave and get ice cream). If you're willing to drive a bit further, Laguna Beach is definitely worth it (take the stairs down from Table Rock Drive to a discover a little hidden beach). · (2 likelikes)

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  • Vicky Iskandar

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    Crystal Cove State Park is one of Southern California's best kept secrets. The beach is pristine, the rocks and the tidal pools are gorgeous - it feels like a world away (reminds me of Santa Catarina beaches in Brazil, actually!). It's worth the drive to Orange County :-) Park on Los Trancos on the other side of PCH and grab a mojito or two at The Beachcomber Cafe right on the beach - they'll validate your parking.

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      Thanks so much for the tip, Vicky! I like secret beaches and validated parking :) · (0 likelikes)

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      Beautiful! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Andrew Werhane

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    It's a bit of a drive from Santa Monica, but the cliffs at Rancho Palos Verdes are beautiful. If you time it right, you can hike the trails near Trump National Golf Club in the afternoon, and then catch the sunset while you have dinner at Nelson's. These beaches are rocky, so you wouldn't go to swim or lay out on the sand, but it's really easy to walk for some great views (and potentially whale and dolphin watching).

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      Thanks Andrew! If the beaches are beautiful, we don't mind the drive! It's not every day we're in LA :) · (0 likelikes)

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  • Melanie Wynne

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    Bianca, you're in luck -- some of the nicest beaches in L.A. are right in Santa Monica! The beachfront in front of Hotel Casa Del Mar and Shutters On the Beach is especially pretty, with a view of the Santa Monica Pier and a popular swath of the 22-mile Marvin Braude Bike Trail (also known as the Santa Monica Bike Path).

    About a half-mile north is the streamlined Annenberg Community Beach House , where parking costs about $8, bathrooms are clean, and right next door you'll find some great tacos at Back on the Beach Cafe . The pool here is public, but it's a good idea to arrive early to beat the crowds; or, advance reservations can be made online. About a mile north of the Annenberg is Will Rogers Beach State Park , which is often less-crowded than these other two, both on the bike path and the sand.

    I'd also suggest driving up PCH about 20-30 minutes to Malibu to explore the private cove and beach bar/restaurant at Paradise Cove Cafe , the surfer scene at Zuma Beach , and the unique rock formations at El Matador State Beach .

    El Matador State Beach is my favorite beach in the area; it requires a few bucks for parking, braving a porta-pottie or hitting the restroom at Starbucks a half-mile away (also set beside a small grocery store), and a long, steep flight of stairs to access the sand, but this cove will make you feel like you're a world away from the rest of Los Angeles. Keep an eye out for sea lions, dolphins and pelicans.

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      Wow, thank you so much for the suggestions, Melanie! Fabulous to hear that there will be beaches so close to me and I'm definitely hitting up Malibu since it has been so well recommended here! · (1 likelikes)

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      Great choices. There definitely are some really nice spots right in/near Santa Monica. · (0 likelikes)

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  • Ben Orloff

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    Since you're down to drive, I'd have to second Melanie's suggestion to check out Zuma Beach in Malibu. On the way there or back, you can grab a bite to eat at Malibu Seafood [link]. Just try not to get there at peak times because the line can get to be up to 40 people long! They have outdoor patio seating that offers an amazing view of the ocean, especially if you're lucky enough to be there for the sunset. My favorite thing to get there is the Squid Steak sandwich :)

    I'm not sure if you and your friends are the camping types, but if you are then check out Point Mugu State Park [link] Thornhill Broome Beach . For $35/night, you and all of your friends can reserve a campsite that has its own firepit, benches, tent areas, and a private little section of the beach.

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      Squid steak sandwich? I'm down!!!! My friends and I have rooms booked, but camping may be a possibility, too. Thanks for the suggestions, Ben!! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Val Chi

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    If you want to avoid the crowded beach scene... I would say, hop in the car and drive north on the PCH to Malibu ! Check out the smaller beaches like El Pescador State Beach or El Matador State Beach they have smaller pay lots there or you can park up along PCH for free.

    Combine this with a visit to Malibu Seafood for AMAZING fish & chips! Delish!

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      Thank you Valerie! Malibu is definitely on my mind and I love fish and chips! :) · (0 likelikes)

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  • Peter Kim

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    Santa Monica is great choice. If you're looking for other beaches in the area, there's always the south bay, Manhattan Beach , Hermosa Beach and Redondo Beach . Each of them have a pier to check out!

    You could also take a walk, run or bike ride along The Strand . Great views alongside the ocean and it's great for people & dog watching.

    The scenery isn't really pretty but Dockweiler State Beach isn't too bad. The cool thing is they're the only beach in L.A. that allows bonfires. Great for hanging out and making smores.

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      Thanks for the suggestions Peter, so many beaches! · (0 likelikes)

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    El Matador State Beach is definitely one of those beaches that locals like to keep secret for themselves! (Shh, don't tell them I told you:)

    Don't forget your camera, this spot was made for pictures/impromptu photo shoots.

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    You're down to drive, but I'm willing to bet once you get to the beach you're going to want accessibility to restaurants, shopping, local events, etc. That's why I'm going to add to the already mentioned - Laguna Beach You'll have so many choices within walking distance and the long length of pristine beach can be enjoyed on the sand or from the view of the cliffs.

    With a group of girls check out The The Beach House or The Inn at Laguna Beach. They're unbelievably affordable for their location. Laguna Beach

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    I'd suggest checking out the Annenberg Community Beach House which is in Santa Monica. It's basically an art space/beach house/pool that you can use for free. You can even see where movie star and Hearst mistress, Marion Davies lived (the house he built for her is part of the property).

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    My absolute favorite which will require you to drive would be Newport Beach with a great beach area (also see nearby Balboa Beach ), great little shops, and there's even a small amusement park area. If you want to see tide pools, check out Dana Point .

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      Newport Beach, check! I was only planning on driving as far down as Laguna beach, but I'll look into Dana Point too because I love tide pools. Thanks for the suggestions Eric! · (0 likelikes)

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    Definitely Zuma Beach is a pretty and easy to swim beach. If you want to stay more local to Santa Monica I usually swim and hang out at Tower 26 Ocean Swim Short Term Parking Lot in other words lifeguard tower 26 on Ocean Park Blvd It's where all the triathletes and swimmers start their swim. Some days the water is clear and beautiful.

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    The South Bay – Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach & Redondo Beach. Mostly locals beach that's everything you think about when it comes to the Southern California lifestyle – surfing, beach volleyball and the laid-back people. Good restaurants and fantastic and lively bars, particularly at the Hermosa Beach Pier.

    Wide beaches, never too crowded and, depending on the time of year, fun events like Fiesta Hermosa (Labor Day, Memorial Day), Manhattan Beach Holiday Fireworks (Dec. 13) and a costume beach volleyball tournament called Smackfest (mid July).

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    Venice Beach!! If time allows--go north to Ventura.

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    Malibu Beach and the pier there are great

    Fun place to see the real surfers and cool people

    Manhattan Beach south of Santa Monica is very fun lots of bars ,food and fun.


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    I love Manhattan Beach. The pier is cute, the sand is nice, there's volleyball & bicycles available, and there are nice shops and restaurants all around. It depends on what you want, but we have some of everything down here.

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    I would definitely head to Redondo Beach. It's all the beauty of Santa Monica without the crazy hassle. For beauty, while you're in Redondo, head a little further South and go to Rancho Palos Verdes as well. Their beaches are more rocky cliffs, but the views are absolutely incredible. You can spend a day at the Terranea Resort which is a nice place to hang out and grab lunch while looking at gorgeous rugged coastline.

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