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August 14, 1997 | JANE HULSE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's the dog days of summer, time to hit the beach--you and thousands of other sand seekers. If your idea of the beach is bumper-to-bumper bodies, there are plenty of places to go. But if you crave a more secluded beach experience, we've got the place for you. Actually, there are three places--three little beaches, all in a row, tucked into the cliff along Pacific Coast Highway, just east of the Ventura County line. El Pescador, La Piedra and El Matador are all part of Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach, but they're still relatively undiscovered by Southern California's hordes.
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September 2, 2007 | Kenneth R. Weiss, Times Staff Writer
El Sol County Beach doesn't show up on maps of Malibu. Its bluff-top access way remains locked away behind a rusted chain-link and barbed-wire fence plastered with no-trespassing signs. The sandy beach below is effectively walled off by private property and rocky points of land at either end. As a result, a public strip of beach serves mostly as a private enclave for adjacent property owners, including Michael Eisner, former chief executive of Walt Disney Co., and Gregory J.
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May 8, 2008
Malibu More than just the preferred address of the rich and famous, Malibu has 21 miles of coastline with some of the finest beaches in Southern California. Leo Carrillo A 1.5-mile-long state beach, Leo Carrillo has tidal pools, reefs and caves along the water's edge and Wi-Fi access around the park visitors' center. Nicholas Canyon A smaller, handicap-accessible county beach, Nicholas Canyon has restrooms, showers, 151 parking spaces and a food truck during the summer. Robert H.
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