Adamson House & Malibu Lagoon Museum
The recently restored vintage pier marks the beginning of Malibu’s commercial heart. It’s open for strolling and license-free pier...
Located at the far end of the pier, Malibu Outfitters offers half-day whale-watching and open fishing trips in the bay. Expect to see...
Malibu Surf Shack
This barefoot surf shop rents (and sells) kayaks and surfboards. Surf lessons take place on Surfrider beach, last 90 minutes and include...
This lively spot fronted by a flowery terrace feeds both the soul and belly. At lunchtime the baby lamb sandwich is divine, but for a...
Lonely Planet review
Up on a bluff overlooking Surfrider is this gorgeous Spanish-style villa, which used to belong to the Rindge family and is awash in locally made, hand-painted tiles. Check out the ‘Persian rug’ in the entryway and the tiled dog bath outside. To learn more about Malibu’s arc of history – Chumash to glamourtown – pop into the adjacent Malibu Lagoon Museum. The last tour leaves at 2pm. From here it’s a pleasant stroll through the marsh to Surfrider Beach.