It’s the dive bar up the road from the restaurant you couldn’t get into, the ex-real estate mogul turned bearded surf bum, the Tesla parked next to the beat up Westfalia van… nowhere else on earth has the unique high/low mix of Malibu. “Well, this isn’t really Los Angeles,” is something the locals tend to say — and they’re right. It’s technically it’s own city, with a population just under 13k. Rugged hills meet miles of sandy beach to give this surf spot it’s distinctly small town vibe. This is one place where an inside connection can really take your visit to the next level, and we’re in luck: Emma Goodwin of The Surfrider is sharing her tips for the best things to do in Malibu. Scroll down to discover her favorite spots in town, including the best trails to hike, secret beaches, and an invitation-only restaurant on the water. Locals only.
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