Friday, November 10, 2017

5 Beaches at Los Angeles

Beaches at Los Angeles
Los Angeles has a temperature of 80-degree throughout the year. Because of this the Angelenos enjoys the great outdoor activities such as the best hikes that include the scenic views and even the hikes with the waterfalls. There are miles of picturesque coastline from Malibu to the south bay. The best beaches are in L.A. are from Venice and Santa Monica to Manhattan Beach and Playa Vista.

El Matador State Beach

It is one of the three beaches within Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach. This beach is the most famous of the three. It is closest beach to Malibu. A lot of photoshoots take place here. There is a special place to photograph the swimsuit models and the amazing sunset. This beach provides a huge parking lot with picnic tables that look over the Pacific Ocean. The beach is small, beautiful and dominated by rocky outcrops.

This beach perfectly looks like the European beach. One can find privacy on this beach as there are no life guards or any other facilities available on this beach. One can carry out activities like sunbathing, beach exploring, birdwatching, beach walking, snorkelling, swimming, photography and cave exploration, and many other things. It also has amenities such as caves, toilets, picnic tables.

El Porto beach

The El Porto beach is located in the neighbourhood of the northern part of the Manhattan Beach, CA. This beach is meant for surfing as often the waves are larger than the other nearby beaches, hence most of the surfers visit this beach quiet often. This beach is owned by the County Beach. Activities such as Surfing, Biking, Skating, Walking, Running, Beach Walking and Volleyball are carried out here. Also various amenities such as lifeguard, restrooms, showers, bike path, volleyball courts, accessible features and restaurants are provided. The Manhattan Beach is the main beach and El Porto Beach is just a part of the Manhattan Beach. The El Porto Beach has much less population than the main Manhattan Beach.

Zuma Beach

Zuma Beach is a Los Angeles County park in Malibu. This is the best beach in L.A. County, California. This beach is quite wide with enough parking spaces for the Super bowl. The main beach is about two miles away from Zuma beach, but it does not have any houses between the sand and pacific coast highway. The beach is quiet massive that it has lifeguard stations. These lifeguard stations are spaced out on the shore to protect people from getting drowned. The southern part of the Zuma beach is well known as the Westward Beach. Activities such as volleyball, surfing, scuba diving, fishing, swimming, windsurfing, bodyboarding and bodysurfing are carried out here on a large scale. Other amenities such as restrooms, showers, snack bar, picnic tables, Kids play area, lifeguards, volleyball courts and other accessible features are available here.

Venice Beach

The Venice beach is a Haven for artists. It is found in the southeast of Santa Monica. This is the busiest facility operated by the department of recreation and parks. This beach attracts many people from all over the world. The boardwalk is commonly known as the Ocean Front Walk. This place is ranked as the second place which almost every day remains full of tourists from all over the world. The Venice beach boardwalk is stretched over 2 miles and many vendors and performer’s along with many other permanent restaurant holders are present here. Though sometimes the street parking is jammed, there are several beachside lots. Facilities such as restrooms, basketball, tennis, bike paths, lifeguards, beach- adjacent bars and restaurants, Skate Park, workout equipment, etc. are provided here.

Rosie’s Dog Beach

The beach is along Ocean Blvd between Roycroft and Argonne Avenues opened in 2003. Though this beach is named as a dog beach this beach does not have fences at all. But still to this is the best place ever for all the stressed out dogs, so that they can move around without their leash. They have different amenities such as nearby restrooms, trash cans, free parking and many more things. One can only leave their dog off leash when they reach a mark which shows play area for dogs.

Do experience the quintessential endless summer in Southern California.

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