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Malibu

Famous for its celebrity homes and sandy beaches, Malibu (the 'Bu, in local parlance) is the epitome of California's laidback coastal glamour. Although this town of "27 miles of scenic beauty" has a population of less than 13,000 people, Malibu is a world-renowned tourist destination and a haven for the rich and famous. 

Malibu Colony is where practically half of Hollywood lives and the unofficial town hub, Malibu Country Mart, is where you just might bump into one of these A-listers while grabbing a coffee or enjoying a little retail therapy. Cruise along Pacific Coast Highway and get ready to soak in this city's beachy-luxe Southern California lifestyle.

Malibu Country Mart

3835 Cross Creek Rd. Malibu CA 90265 U.S.

The unofficial center of town, Malibu's popular outdoor mall is where the well-tanned and well-moneyed go to relax, retail and recharge.

Malibu Pier

23000 Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu CA 90265 U.S.

Watch surfers ride the waves, enjoy a meal above the ocean and leave the hustle of the city behind.

Malibu Surf Shack

22935 Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu CA 90265 U.S.

No trip to the 'Bu would be complete without catching some waves and this local surf shop has been helping locals and worldwide visitors do that since 1972.

Nobu Malibu

22706 Pacific Coast Hwy. (Las Flores Canyon Rd.) Malibu CA 90265 U.S.

When comes to dining in true Malibu style, there's no better place than this stunning restaurant sitting on the shore of the Pacific.

Point Mugu State Park

9000 Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu CA 90265 U.S.

Nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains, this state park offers beaches, hiking, camping and picnicking alongside some of Southern California's most spectacular views.

The Getty Villa

17985 Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu CA 90272 U.S.

The Getty Villa is a breathtaking attraction that celebrates art and architecture both inside its walls and out. 

Zuma Beach

30000 Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu CA 90265 U.S.

Famed for its sandy shore and excellent surfing, this beach doesn't need celebrities to put it on Malibu's must-see map.