Sun, Surf, and Sand: Uncovering the Best Beaches in Los Angeles


Zuma Beach Zuma Beach is a county beach in Malibu and one of the largest and most popular beaches in Los Angeles well known for its long, wide sands and excellent surf.

Rosie's Dog Beach Rosie's Dog Beach is a dog park in Long Beach, California and good for dog owners. The beach is named after the area’s late local canine celebrity, Rosie the English bulldog.

El Matador State Beach El Matador Beach is one of three beaches within Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach. Make sure to Wear shoes and don’t bring too much gear.

Leo Carrillo State Beach Leo Carrillo State Beach is in Los Angeles County along the Malibu coast. The beach is well-equipped stretch of sand plus seclusion and scenic beauty.

Santa Monica State Beach Santa Monica State Beach is a big beach and can see the view of the Santa Monica Mountains.

El Porto Beach El Porto Beach is a California public beach. The beach have volleyball courts and the beach is good for surfers.

Surfrider Beach Surfrider Beach well known as Malibu Lagoon State Beach in Malibu and is the popular sandy beach and surfing spot between the Malibu Pier and the Malibu Lagoon.

Venice Beach Venice Beach is one of many great L.A. beaches, and have a lively Venice Beach boardwalk where you can skate or cycle, watch or play volleyball or basketball.

County Line Beach County Line Beach is beach park is a northernmost beach bordering Ventura County. The beach is perfect for surfers of all levels.

Abalone Cove Beach Abalone Cove Beach is rocky beach in California and you’ll need to trek down a cliffside path from the parking lot and the beaches.