The El Matador beach is in the area of Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach. The beach is located approximately 10 miles from downtown Malibu, California. If you are looking for a beautiful beaches object, came to the beach which is a favorite of the photographer.
The El Matador beach offers a quiet beach atmosphere. Visitors seemed to be on a private beach while visiting there. White sand, towering cliffs, waves that hit a pile of rocks at the seaside is a combination of beauty that can be seen from the beach at the edge of the Pacific Ocean.
The beach is usually crowded in the late summer. The times are not recommended to visit this area is around February to April because the period is the time where the rain will fall in the region. Visitors are also advised not to come when it was high tide, besides danger, the lifeguard on duty here is also limited.
On the beach located on the west Malibu, visitors can explore the natural beauty. Yes, the beach that combines the beauty of the beach, cliffs and also fascinating fauna and vegetation. While picnicking on the beach, visitors can observe brown pelicans and gulls perched on rocks. The banks of the peaceful ocean are indeed a mainstay of the picnic area. But you have to bring their own foods, as a tourist attraction only provides picnic tables and there are no food vending sites.
Visitors are also allowed to climb cliffs as high as 150 feet in the beach area. Winding road with wildflowers were beautiful among the coastal vegetation like cactus is certainly a wonderful sight. Through the same route, visitors can get to the beach cave. The same path also leads to the cliff, a fantastic place to look at the beach panorama.
To be able to get to a stunning beach, visitors can rent vehicles that are offered at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). From the airport, follow Sepulveda Boulevard to the north up the Pacific Coast Highway and continue traveling up to 10 miles to the north to arrive at El Matador Beach.
Visitors are free to visit this attraction. Fees are charged only vehicle parking fee, which is $ 8. These attractions can be visited every day from 08:00 until sunset. Visitors can also visit the Leo Carrillo Beach is located approximately 3.6 miles west of the El Matador Beach. Visitors can also enjoy the panorama of El Pescador Beach and La Piedra Beach on the Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach.