Las Flores Beach is a small, secluded beach located in the Malibu area of California. The beach is situated just south of Surfrider Beach and north of El Pescador State Beach. It is known for its seclusion and for the relatively small crowds that it attracts compared to some of the more popular beaches in the area. It is a great spot for those looking for a quieter and more peaceful beach experience.
The beach is open to the public and is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing. The beach has a large parking lot, but it can be difficult to find parking space during the summer months and weekends. It's better to arrive early or to park on the Pacific Coast Highway and walk down to the beach.
Las Flores Beach is also a great spot for fishing and surfing. The beach offers great surf conditions, but it can be difficult to access for those who are not familiar with the area. The beach is also part of the Malibu Creek State Park, which offers a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and picnicking.
The area around the beach was once home to the Tongva people and was also a popular spot for Hollywood stars and celebrities in the 1950s and 1960s.