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Malibu, California—Go ahead, say it again, Malibu. This name comes from a Chumash word meaning, “the surf sounds loudly,” and indeed the surf sounds loudly along Malibu’s dazzling 27-mile coast. Resting at the feet of the picturesque Santa Monica Mountains, the city itself resides within a state park and the daily commute becomes just another drive with the top down along America’s Highway 1. Malibu isn’t just a town to live in—it’s a beachside paradise.

There is no beauty quite like the Malibu Coast. Its views are as breathtaking as they are awe-inspiring, making every sunset one worth pausing for. Although it’s a popular destination for tourists, the city’s population has never peaked over 13,000. With this small, closely-knit community, you’ll feel like you have the coast to yourself every morning while you watch the surf roll in.

Located 30 miles south of Los Angeles, Malibu has become a distinguished refuge from the city’s noise and action. Take a peaceful stroll along any of its world-famous beaches, or hike along its towering mountain ridges. Malibu is the summer home to the annual Malibu Arts Festival, considered “one of the most beautiful outdoor art festivals in the nation,” with the works of over 200 award-winning local artists on display. You’ll find that Malibu offers limitless relaxation and beauty.

For a getaway you can call home, there’s no place on Earth quite like Malibu.

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