Travel Thursday: Scenes From Malibu


The Skies Are Blue In Malibu

Lunch at Paradise Cove Beach Cafe

Beach Cafe Malibu California

Today, we are stopping for lunch at the Paradise Cove Beach Cafe. It is an amazing beachfront restaurant on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California. Accordingly, the cafe is located on the public beach of the same name, Paradise Cove.

Malibu, California

Indeed, the ambiance of this place is amazing. And without a doubt, the sunshine, sea breezes, and a sandy beach equal pure relaxation. By the same token, not only is the decor laid back and refreshing ….the food is fantastic!

Meanwhile, this little guy is patiently eyeing our lunch. Subsequently, at the end of lunch, he came swooping in for a quick bite before being quickly shooed away.

Lunch Malibu California

Yes, this is the best veggie burger ever!

 

Paradise Cove Beach in Malibu, California

Malibu California

To begin with, Paradise Cove is a great starting point for long beach walks. Plus, the beach cafe is a relaxing stop for some cool refreshment. First, by walking eastward you’ll find private beaches and the some of the legendary Malibu mansions. When by heading westward, you come upon steep sandstone cliffs and eventually Little Dume Beach and Big Dume Beach. Ultimately, a very diverse and interesting beach walk.

Malibu California

Besides having a million dollar view, the wooden lounge chairs, thatched umbrellas, and palms trees provide a truly beachy ambiance in the outdoor seating area of the restaurant.

Malibu California

By keeping the California surfer theme, in place. Colorful surfboards are found scattered all around the premises. To be sure, California dreaming and surfing is alive and well in Malibu.

Malibu

Alas, it’s time to leave. It’s been fun!

And, oh by the way, if you would like to make this experience permanent, it is possible. Adjacent to the parking lot in the rear is a mobile home park. In fact, there are currently properties for sale.  At this time, the asking prices at Paradise Cove are currently ranging from $600,000 to $3,000,000. Accordingly, this is the starting point for a million dollar view of Malibu. What do you think?

Thanks for stopping by!

By the way, if you missed last week’s Travel Thursday’s post from the Beverly Hills Hotel, you can check it out here.

See you again soon.

Rosemary

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18 comments

  1. What a beautiful beach! The restaurant looks lovely and like the perfect place to relax and enjoy delicious food. I’m ready to pack my bags and go!
    Oh and yes, I’m ready to move to one of the mobile homes, I’ll take one of the $3,000,000.00 properties please, lol! Looks like you had a great time and perfect weather!
    xo,
    Kellyann

    1. Hi Kellyann,
      I simply loved the California weather, beautiful like our Florida weather, but no humidity. I definitely think I could be persuaded to the mobile lifestyle…at least for a season. It’s so much fun exploring and seeing different options in lifestyle and locations.

      Rosemary

  2. I love Malibu as a matter of fact the first picture with you standing on the beach I think I had a picture taken of me in that exact position what a great article I enjoyed reading this brought back lots of memories

  3. Beautiful. But I don’t know that I would want to pay that price for a mobile home. I do know however that mobile park has the SAME views as the grand mansions around it so those prices are actually great deals!

  4. First off, your pictures are lovely! I’ve lived in so-Cal my whole life and have never been to Malibu. Those comfy beach loungers are making me want to take a trip over there. I loved this article!

  5. I’ve driven out to Malibu twice on visits to the LA area and it is such a beautiful trip. You can’t beat the views or the seafood. Looks like a beautiful way to spend a day.

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