In the state of California, there are no private beaches. However, Malibu’s 27 mile coastline is lined with 20 miles of private development making beach access difficult. Fortunately, that entire coastline is available for the public to use. As of recent, with the help of an iPhone app called, “Our Malibu Beaches,” the public has been given a friendly guide in hopes of reconquering the coastline for your family’s enjoyment.
Latigo Beach is public for visitors, but the row of mansions on the Pacific Coast Highway have made it hard to find. Photo: Escape Apps
This new app will show the access points throughout the Malibu Coast, help with parking and ID fake cones and garages. This application tells which signs can be ignored and which are city enforced.
Founder of “Our Malibu Beach” app, Jenny Price, is an environmental historian who has worked for public beach access in Malibu. Her recent project has partnered her with Escape Apps, the builders of the Know What network.
The iOS version of this app has been created and is free throughout the summer. Find this app by searching Our Malibu Beaches in the Apple app store or visit http://bit.ly/
Enjoy the beaches and catch great waves freely throughout the summer in Malibu with ease this year.