Broad Beach is a stunning, secluded beachfront enclave nestled in Malibu, California. This idyllic neighborhood is located along the Pacific Coast Highway, flanked on one side by the majestic Pacific Ocean and on the other by the Santa Monica Mountains.

At the westernmost point of the enclave lies Victoria Point, home to a charming enclave of tidepools that are accessible during low tides. Adjacent to Victoria Point is Trancas Point, one of Malibu's finest surf breaks. With a range of waves, from fast and exhilarating shore break to slow, rolling rides, Trancas Point is a popular destination for surfers of all skill levels. On the eastern end of the beach, Point Dume offers a picturesque setting for sunset strolls, picnics, and early morning jogs.


The road that traverses this quiet coastal community was once the original PCH before it was relocated to the bluff above. Today, Broad Beach has become an isolated coastal haven, providing residents with easy access to the sea and the breathtaking beauty of the Santa Monica Mountains.

During the early 1900s, the sandy shores of Broad Beach served as a popular location for numerous silent films, including "The Sheik." Today, the neighborhood is home to a number of celebrities, such as Pierce Brosnan, Kurt Russell, Mel Gibson, and Robert De Niro. The Malibu West Beach Club, constructed in the 1930s, was a beloved hangout spot for Hollywood stars, and today it remains a popular destination for weddings, barbecues, and events throughout the year.

Lifestyle of Broad Beach

Living in Broad Beach is a dream come true for those who crave the quintessential Southern California beach lifestyle. The area is renowned for its tranquil atmosphere, seclusion, and breathtaking views of the sea. The residences in the neighborhood range from classic beach huts to contemporary, minimalist mansions, showcasing a variety of architectural styles.

As a resident, one can often spot whales and dolphins swimming just a short distance from the shore. Many homes enjoy beach access directly from their properties, while others are just a short walk from various trails lined with lush Mediterranean foliage that lead directly to the beach.

The beach itself is a natural wonder, with small bluffs of sand and rock outcroppings adorned with seagrass and tidepools. Each day brings a new experience on this ever-changing beach. As the tides shift, so do the waves and the landscape. One can easily wade out into the water and catch a wave by simply jumping on their surfboard from the sand beneath them. And with countless peaceful spots to watch the sunset, residents of Broad Beach are guaranteed to experience daily moments of tranquility and beauty, whether from the comfort of their own home or while taking a leisurely stroll along the shore.


Broad Beach is well situated close to a multitude of renowned attractions. The nearby Malibu Trancas Market features upmarket shopping, dining, and many local venues, cultural events and musical performances. The Paradise Cove Pier is an ideal location for dinner, beach walks and sunset viewing. The Santa Monica Mountains offer miles of hiking and bike paths for outdoor enthusiasts.

El Matador, Leo Carillo, and County Line are only a short drive up the coast and are great beaches for surfing and camping.

For education-focused families, Malibu High School and Malibu Elementary School are no more than 15 minutes away by car from the area.

Broad Beach is a quiet and remote neighborhood that provides inhabitants with a tranquil, coastal lifestyle. This neighborhood's desirability is unsurprising, given its beauty and plethora of local activities. Broad Beach provides something for everyone, whether they are surfers, hikers, or simply seeking a tranquil place to call home.