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Malibu Pier is an iconic 1905 era historic pier north of Los Angeles. A must stop Southern California landmark along the Pacific Coast Highway. Surfers from around the world come to Surfrider Beach adjacent to the pier. This quaint pier is more relaxed and less occupied as other nearby piers like Santa Monica Pier, but what it lacks in traffic it makes up in classic character. Plenty of space for fishing off the pier or enjoy a fresh catch from one of the many pier restaurants. Walk along the boardwalk to shop, catch a bite, spot dolphins or surfers in the waves below.

In the heart of Surf Culture, this pier is an iconic landmark for surfers around the world. Located on Malibu Point, halfway between Point Dume and Santa Monica. Malibu Point is made up of many State Parks. To the west is Malibu Lagoon State Park and to the east is Surfrider State Beach.

This live stream offers a wide view of the main pier building, parking as well as the pacific coast highway. Check out this stream to see the waves and check traffic flow. Stay for the people watching, surf scoping and classic california coastal views.