Pacific Coast Highway: Malibu

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Malibu is one of my most favorite stops along the Pacific Coast Highway. This town is nestled along the cliffs of the Pacific Coast treating visitors to some of the most beautiful views in California. We didn’t have a lot of time in Malibu…we stopped on our driving to San Diego day!

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Neptune’s Net: Great Restaurant we didn’t stop on this trip, but I have been before! very iconic sign!

Our first stop was El Matador State Park which was awesome. The big arches of rock make for spectacular photos. It is quite a long walk down to the beach, plenty of people were carrying coolers for a day at the beach. It is a very pretty spot for a picnic!

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The Arches at El Matador

We then KNEW we had to stop at the Malibu Pier. There was a restaurant we had seen ALL over instagram Malibu Farms. It is one of the most INSTAGRAMMED restaurants! The perfect place for us. I am obsessed. It is at the end of the pier. You walk inside and order your food, then find a place to sit. We sat up top and watched all the paddle boarders out in the ocean. The food here is pricy, but worth EVERY penny for the view.

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If you find yourself in Malibu YOU MUST GO HERE! I have already been back once again since my trip…I made my parents drive all the way from LA…it is THAT good!

11038117_10204397156744809_4844713432096199412_nI also love the subtly of the Malibu Pier. No big crazy ferris wheels, not jam packed with people, all very simple. It really gives you the opportunity to appreciate the beauty of the ocean!

 

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