El Matador Beach is a stunning community located just west of Malibu. The area is known for its signature cliffs, white-sand beaches, and otherworldly rock formations. El Matador Beach is one of three beaches that make up the Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach and is the closest to the city of Malibu. The area is comparatively secluded and void of the hordes of tourists and Paparazzi that fill other areas of the city. Because of this, the area attracts affluent individuals seeking a sense of peace and quiet.
El Matador Beach offers beautiful homes along scenic bluffs. The trademark cliffs provide natural perches that amplify seemingly endless ocean views. The beach itself is reached by a steep staircase. The surrounding area is renowned for sea caves, grand rock formations, and sea stacks. Regarded as one of Southern California most picturesque communities, El Matador Beach is a haven for photographers who take full advantage of the unique scenery.
Residents of El Matador Beach have easy access to some of the best diving and snorkelling opportunities in Malibu. Away from the beach and ocean, the Charmless Wilderness Area is located just north of El Matador Beach. The scenic open-space park offers a multitude of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. For shopping, the neighborhood is located just about 10 miles away from the Malibu Country Mart. For commuters, the rugged strip of prime oceanfront property is located along the convenient Pacific Coast Highway.
Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District:
Webster Elementary School – Grades K-5, Located at 3602 Winter Canyon, Malibu, CA 90265
Malibu High School – Grades 6-12, Located at 30215 Morning View Drive, Malibu, CA 90265