Adamson House & Malibu Lagoon Museum
Up on a bluff overlooking Surfrider Beach is this gorgeous Spanish-style villa, which used to belong to the Rindge family and is awash...
Surf punks descend on this cove that shapes some of the best waves in Southern California. There are several breaks here: the first is...
Malibu Surf Shack
This barefoot surf shop rents (and sells) kayaks, SUP kits and surfboards. Surf and SUP lessons take place on Surfrider beach, last 90...
South of the pier and born again in landmark quality digs, Nobu Malibu is a cavernous, modern wood chalet with a long sushi bar on the...
Malibu Pier information
The pier marks the beginning of Malibu’s commercial heart. It’s open for strolling and license-free fishing (note the brackets for your rod and reel) and delivers fine views of surfers riding waves off Surfrider Beach. The restaurant at the end caters to tourists. You can rent a rod and reel ($14 for two hours), and buy bait ($5) here too.