With 21 miles of Pacific Ocean shoreline, Malibu is best known as a land of sand and sun. However, there is considerably much more to this city west of Los Angeles. Apart from your stay at Passages Malibu while getting hold of the newfound sobriety, you will also enjoy the beautiful picnic spots and shopping centers of Malibu.
There is no match for the beauty of the beaches of Malibu. Leo Carillo is a 1.5 miles long beach and one of the most famous ones. Then there’s Surfrider beach which is known for the perfect waters to ride the waves or enjoy a walk along the pier. El Matador State Beach is favored for its caves and rock formations which have become kind of a trademark now. You can also just sit back and enjoy the waves and dive into your thoughts instead of the waves. Zuma beach is the local favorite of Malibu, and Paradise Cove is famous because it is privacy.
Far away from the beaches, miles and miles of hiking trails discover the Santa Monica Mountains while the scenic streets lead you to the nearby local wineries. Not only that, Malibu is home to the world-class art and the gorgeous historical museums that you can visit.
The Adamson House, a Spanish-Moor Revival manor designed by the famous architect Stile O. Clements in 1929, is now public visiting place overlooking the beautiful Malibu Lagoon State Beach. In its neighborhood lies the Malibu Lagoon where you can explore the history of Malibu from the era of the Chumash Indians over 10,000 years before present day film making. Watch the waves break on Malibu Lagoon State Beach, otherwise called Surfrider Beach, only a couple of yards from the historical center.
Venture into a first century Roman nation home at the Getty Villa Malibu which is a home to a huge number of Greek, Roman and Etruscan antiquities. If you are into the modern art, you can also explore and study the art of the students which is displayed at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art on the grounds of Pepperdine University.
If you are into the wineries, then you ought to visit the tasting room at the Rosenthal – The Malibu Estate, situated right on the Pacific Coast Highway. It features various wines produced using grapes that are grown in the Malibu-Newton Canyon four miles inland and more than 1,000 feet higher in height. Get away to the mountains with for a visit to the Malibu Family Wines situated on the Mulholland Highway, six miles from shorelines. The vineyard’s tasting room is open daily, and you are also presented with live melodic exhibitions on every weekend.
Inside the Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area, the Charmlee Wilderness Park in Malibu has more than eight miles of extreme hiking trails. The view from Ocean Overlook, high over Malibu’s beaches, is breathtaking. The recreation center is open daily until the sun goes down, while the Nature Center is open on every weekend. Check whether you can recognize the areas which have been a part of films and TV programs at Malibu Creek State Park.
You can also enjoy shopping at the Malibu Country Mart which is definitely one of the spots which you do not want to miss. It features the most famous and top-notch brands in the world and also houses some of the best eateries.
This is just an overview of what Malibu holds for you and the locations and tourist spots that you can enjoy during your stay at Passages Malibu. Malibu is one of those places where you have the time of your life whether you are doing nothing except for sitting back on the beach and doing nothing. If you are ready to embark on a journey of recovery in the beautiful city of Malibu which holds the best drug rehab center, then please call u now and speak with our admissions coordinator.