23 miles of beautiful coastline, rugged mountains, wooded canyons, and sheltered coves, here you will find an exciting portion of California history from the time of Malibu’s first residents, the Chumash Indians, to the present day. On remote beaches featuring rocky points where Chumash Indians lived and into dark caves where smugglers and pirates stayed in early California days. You will be taken to isolated ranch land in the days of the Spanish Dons and on to the highest courts of the United States as Malibu became the last of the great Spanish Land Grants to give way to the pressure of the miraculous growth of Southern California.

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