Malibu Surf Lessons
Malibu Surf Lesson
We offer year-round Malibu surf lessons.
A 21-mile (34km) strip of Pacific coastline, the city of Malibu is a beachfront community which you may know as the home to many movie stars. But celebrity sightseeing is just a bonus to taking surf lessons in Malibu: 80% of its total area is water!
So why choose Malibu for your surf lessons?
Malibu’s main attraction is its beaches. Zuma Beach drew over 800,000 people over Labor Day weekend in 2007. Surfrider Beach, adjacent to the Adamson’s House and Malibu Lagoon, with its long waves is the perfect place for your Malibu surf lessons!
Point Dume is an attraction on its own. Point Dume Headlands Park affords a vista of stretching to the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Santa Catalina Island; and on the eastern side is Little Dume, an excellent spot for your Malibu surf lessons, though it’s accessible only by an unmarked trail below Wildlife Drive which has a locked gate. Surfers often paddle out from Paradise Cove to the area when the waves are breaking.
And if you don’t want to bump into the regular surfer crowd during your initial surf lessons in Malibu, there are plenty more incredible beaches to choose from, such as Malibu State Beach, Topanga State Beach, Carbon Beach, Escondido Beach, Broad Beach, Paradise Cove, Westward Beach and Trancas.
So book your Malibu surf lessons today!
Places To See In Malibu
Malibu is home to artists and dreamers, and it shows!
Malibu Art Association
The Malibu Art Association is a non-profit organization to foster the arts in Malibu. They produce shows, demonstrations and workshops for its members, and offer art for public display throughout the community.
Malibu Civic Center
There are several shopping centers in the Malibu Civic Center area, including the Malibu Country Mart and the soon-to-be build Malibu Lumberyard. The area is well-known for being frequented by paparazzi and tourists looking to catch a glimpse of local celebrities.
Things To Do In Malibu
We suggest you check out these locations when visiting Malibu.
The Getty Villa is an art museum that is part of the J. Paul Getty Museum, and it’s located just outside the city limits in the adjacent Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles. It is owned and operated by the J. Paul Getty trust, which also oversees the Getty Center in West Los Angeles. The Museum at the Getty Villa houses Getty’s collections of antiquities, sculptures, art pieces and cultural artifacts of ancient Greece, Rome and Etruria.
Montgomery Art House for Music and Architecture (MAHMA)
MAHMA offers classical music concerts in a house designed by Eric Lloyd Wright, grandson of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Malibu High School
Malibu High School offers musicals every spring and instrumental and vocal musical concerts every winter and spring.
Smothers Theatre of Pepperdine University’s Theatrical Drama Department offers concerts, play, musicals, opera and dance.
The Malibu Pier reopened in late June 2008 after $10 million in renovations. Right next to it is the Adamson’s House, the unused home site of the 19th century original owners of Malibu, the Rindge Family.
California State Parks
They provide horseback, hiking and mountain biking options in Malibu with ocean, mountain, and canyon views.