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Discovering Malibu’s hidden beaches

Discovering Malibu’s hidden beaches

When you stay at the Good Nite Inn, we want to make sure that you have the best experience possible. And if you’ve come over to sunny Malibu then you’re in for a treat as we’ve got some of the best beaches in the US. Of course, there are the most famous ones that all the celebrities go to, but when you want to beat the crowd and take in some marvelous views, then you want to see the best hidden beaches in Malibu. All within an easy, scenic drive from the Good Nite Inn Calabasas, will be a best experience during your stay.

Big Rock Beach

Big Rock Beach

There’s no secret as to why it’s called Big Rock as once you’ve set foot on the sand (or even beforehand), you’ll notice the huge rock that sits just offshore. Big Rock Beach is great for the picture lovers out there, giving you loads of superb photo opportunities. The oceanic backdrop, rock formations and tide pools are breathtaking. If you’re heading out with the family then why not go on a hunt and search for the crabs that scuttle around the tide pools? This beach is definitely more rock than sand though so if you plan on building sandcastles you might want to go further down the coast.

Las Flores Beach

Another hidden gem for people who are staying in hotels in California but want to find a tranquil beach to explore. Las Flores is a narrow, sandy beach that stretches below numerous houses. You might find that some home owners illegally put up gates or signs to make it look like it’s private. But as we all know – all California beaches are public property below the mean high tide level so no one has ownership over them. Once you’ve found an opening onto the beach, it’s a fun scramble down the bluffs where you can enjoy nice walks along the coast and dip your feet in the sea as the tide comes in.

La Costa Beach

We understand the importance of finding hotels near the beach in Malibu, CA, which is why our Good Nite Inn in Malibu is just a short drive away from some hidden beauties. Like the La Costa beach. With many access points hidden it can be difficult to get to the beach, much to the homeowners’ delight. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t. If you go to Carbon Beach and walk eastwards at low tide, you can get onto La Costa. Then you’ll feel like a famous celebrity as you have the beach to yourself!

Carbon Beach

Close to the La Costa Beach, Carbon Beach is known in the neighborhood as the “Billionaire’s Beach”. And when you see all the high-end residential buildings that overlook the beach, you’ll see that the name fits. Carbon Beach is easily accessible and has plenty of sea and sand for you to enjoy, making it popular with many beach-goers.

Malibu Colony Beach

Commonly known as just Malibu Beach, this strip of sand along the coastline is surrounded by homes. But that doesn’t mean you can’t visit. Simply find an access point from the Malibu Lagoon State Beach or from Malibu Road (24056). Once you’re there, you’ll see why people love living by the beachfront.

When you want to explore some of Malibu’s hidden beaches, don’t forget that you can always find great Good Nite Inn promo codes, meaning your stay will be even cheaper!


Where to stay in malibu area ?
A: There many hotels, motels, resorts & inns available in Malibu area, if you are holidaying and also want to stay in a budget then you can book hotels at the Goodnite Inn Malibu.

How far is Calabasas from Malibu?
A: A non-stop drive will reach you calabasas within 23 minutes from Malibu. It is approxmately 23 miles.

What is there to see in Malibu ?
There are so many things to see in Malibu, following are:
Pepperdine University, Adamson House University, Malibu Surf Shack, Paradise Cove Beach Cafe, Malibu Wine Safaris, Getty Villa etc