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Highlights in Malibu
- Luxury beach town
- Fantastic museums
- Outdoor activities
- Wine tasting
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Gorgeous beachfront homes, miles of canyon trails, long stretches of magnificent sandy beaches, fabulous surfing conditions, sunbathing and swimming galore and a wealth of dining opportunities make Malibu a great place to spend a holiday away from the routine. And what better way to celebrate this wonderful town than from your very own self-catering holiday rental? Malibu is basically an elongated strip of coastal land, more rural than suburban, and with no clear downtown area, so when choosing a letting consider whether you prefer to be right next to the beach or a little way up in the hills overlooking the Pacific. Both have their evident pros and cons, but whichever option you plump for, prepare to be surrounded by manmade and natural opulence!A slice of luxury at your service
Join the rich and famous in your very own luxurious Malibu holiday rental. Delight in a spectacular designer beachfront or hillside property with a high-spec luxury interior, private pool, fabulous gardens and breathtaking views over the Pacific Ocean. You pay a premium price to stay in Malibu, but you really do pay for what you get, with a sybaritic holiday rental experience like no other.
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The area and getting around
Malibu is a small residential town with a picturesque atmosphere that is full of wooden houses that sparkle with charm. The town begins shortly after the northern tip of the urban sprawl of LA ends and sandwiched by lovely sandy beaches to the south and gorgeous mountains to the north, many famous people have decided to settle in Malibu to enjoy a calmer life.An opulent neighbourhood around every corner
Mansion spotting is one of Malibu’s more quirky activities for tourists, but it's outrageously entertaining spotting the sort of abodes you normally only see in films! A whopping five Malibu neighbourhoods have been rated among the 20 most expensive in L.A, and this is where your hunt should begin and end. Point Dume, Big Rock Mesa, Malibu Park, Broad Beach and Malibu West are all easy to find neighbourhoods with a median home price of over 3 million dollars!
Travellers and activities
Stretching over 50 kilometres along the Pacific and Highway One, Malibu has gained mythic status among California's beach towns. Hollywood stars and top athletes live in oceanfront mansions looking out onto fabulous beaches where they get front row seats of the daredevil surfers and kaleidoscope sunsets. The city’s most iconic and popular beach is Zuma. Over 3 kilometres long, it features excellent services and facilities, which include several lifeguard stations, restrooms, showers, picnic tables, sports courts and a children's area. The beach’s clientele includes surfers, volleyball players, divers, swimmers, bodybuilders, photographers, and, of course, sunbathers!Malibu for museum aficionados
Getty Villa is Malibu’s highest rated museum Housed in a lovely re-creation of a Roman style villa, is focused on ancient Greek and Roman art and features gorgeous, well-kept gardens and grounds. For more contemporary beach masterpieces, check out 30 surfboards dating back to 1910 at the Surf Museum at Pepperdine University's Payson Library. Want to learn more about the rise of Malibu? The historic home of Merritt Huntley Adamson, a local rancher, is situated along the beautiful Malibu coastline and is home to a fascinating museum that explores the history of Malibu since its very foundation.
„Home of the rich and famous from the world of film and sport, during your stay in Malibu there is a good chance you will bump into a celebrity!“
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Chock full of wildflowers, lakes, waterfalls and caves, the beautiful landscapes of Malibu’s natural parks are ideal to be explored on foot. Hike the mountainous slopes behind the city while admiring the resplendent Pacific Ocean, the Channel Islands, and the many canyons in the area, as you pump your lungs with delightfully aromatic, fresh air.2. Explore one of California’s’ most historic landmarks
Malibu Pier is a historic landmark fully restored and now enjoying the levels of popularity of its heyday. The pier boasts a festive atmosphere that combines good food and fun by the sea. The perfect place to sit and enjoy a sunset, stroll around the Malibu-branded gift shops, and taste the best fish and seafood dishes in the area!3. It must be wine o’clock!
For a memorable alcohol-fused experience, go on a Malibu Wine Hike at Saddlerock Ranch Vineyard, stopping to view ancient Chumash rock drawings, the famous giraffe from the film Hangover 3, and ending of course with an enjoyable wine tasting session!4. Go horseback riding with the Malibu Riders
A memorable way to get to know the countryside around Malibu, horseback riding through Zuma Canyon is bags of fun. The rides last a couple of hours and provide amazing views of the ocean.5. See where the celebrities shop
Malibu Country Mart is the shopping equivalent of the town’s housing stock. Packed full of upscale brands and luxury boutiques, it’s a great place to go window shopping and see how the Malibu’s myriad multimillionaires spend their money!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Malibu
How much do the holiday lettings in Malibu cost on average?
Malibu is the most expensive city in the USA, with a price that reaches, on average, £532.35 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Malibu?
If you would like to save as much as possible during your visit to Malibu, you should travel in June (£507.95 per night on average), May (£509.65), or January (£512.66) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Malibu?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Malibu was October, with an average price of £557.64 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of £550.35, and August, with £549.77.
Is Malibu a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
If you decide to discover Malibu, we recommend organising your travels ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 74% in the year 2020.
Which months offer the highest availability?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of properties available in Malibu were January, April, and May with average availabilities of 47%, 43.5% and 41.8%, respectively.
When are there fewer rental options available in Malibu?
The months with the lowest properties available in Malibu are, in order, July, August and September, with respective average availability figures of 11%, 11%, and 14.75%, based on data collected in 2020.
Are there many holiday lettings in Malibu?
In Malibu we have an extensive catalogue of approximately 140 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 8 local and international partners.