Located in western Los Angeles County, the affluent city of Malibu is famous for warm, sandy beaches advertised as 27 miles of scenic beauty and for being home to Hollywood movie stars and for other movers and shakers in the entertainment industry.
Officially, Malibu contains 21 miles of the best of California’s Pacific Coastline. The city’s boundaries are Topanga Canyon (east), Ventura County (west), the Pacific Ocean (south), and on the north, the Santa Monica Mountains, which includes Woodland Hills, Calabasas, and Agoura Hills.
Historically, when the area was opened to the public in 1929, The Malibu Colony was one of the first areas settled. It remains one of Malibu’s most famous districts. Long known as a secure haven for wealthy celebrities, it is a gated community with lovely, multi-million dollar homes. It affords many delightful settings, and features amazing views of the Pacific Ocean coastline, extending from the bluffs of Point Dume on the north to Rancho Palos Verdes on the south.