Traverc pexels-vinicius-maciel-3434562-1-scaled The Best Beaches in California

The Best Beaches in California humbly presents its list of what we believe are the best beaches in California. Of all the beaches California has to offer, we think these are tops! If you can find better beaches in California, then we’ll eat out hat (metaphorically speaking)!

Malibu Lagoon Beach:
A beautiful lagoon beach with 22 acres of wetlands, gardens, and sandy beach. It’s considered one of the world’s premiere surfing beaches. On the east side of the Malibu Creek Bridge is the Malibu Pier, which is excellent for saltwater fishing. On the west side is a nature area.

Venice Beach:
No trip to Los Angeles would be complete without a trip to this iconic beach. Street performers, artists, and “the beautiful people” mingle and stroll all the way to Santa Monica along the famous boardwalk that runs through this inimitable California beach town.

El Capitan Beach:
This shady, sandy, Santa Barbara beach features rocky tide pools along El Capitan Creek. It’s perfect for swimming, fishing, surfing, picnicking, and camping. A long stairway gives access from the bluffs to the beach and a bike trail connects the park with Refugio State Beach.

Ocean Beach:
O.B. as the locals call it is a laid-back beach community known for its surfers and liberal politics. It is an eclectic beach community with a leash-free “dog beach”, a fishing pier, swimming, surfing, and volleyball. It has separate swimming and surfing zones, which is definitely a good idea.

Rio Del Mar Beach:
This long, sandy beach is found in the town of Aptos, California, in Santa Cruz County. It features fire rings and a barbecue and picnic area and is a popular summer beach. It is also the home to the “cement boat” a long-stranded freighter ship.

Muir Beach:
This beach is less than a half-hour drive from San Francisco down scenic Hwy I. It’s one of the most glorious regions of Northern California in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Fishing, surfing, and campfires are allowed, and there are many coastal trails above the beach for hikers to explore.

Black Sands Beach at Shelter Cove:
This splendid black sand beach is a great place for Whale watching. Located north of the small hamlet of Shelter Cove in a remote region of the “Lost Coast”, it’s the trailhead for the famous King Range hike. This is a day-only beach, so campers will have to head for the mountains.

La Jolla’s Beaches:
La Jolla means “the jewel,” a fitting name for the precious beaches of La Jolla’s coast. Surfers prefer Windansea beach, harbor seals love the Children’s Pool, La Jolla Shores is popular for swimming and sunbathing, while the Cove is a favorite snorkeling spot.

Drake’s Beach:
This vast stretch of white sand can be found at the Point Reyes National Seashore. The area’s strong winds and choppy seas make it a little too violent for most swimmers, but sun-worshippers will be delighted by the opportunity to work on their tans in a beautiful California outdoor hotspot.

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