Las Tunas Beach is a small beach located in Malibu, California. The beach is situated north of the city of Malibu and 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. The beach is open to the public and is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing.
Las Tunas Beach is also a great spot for fishing and body-boarding, it's known for its clear water and good surf condition.
As with many areas in Malibu, the area around the beach was once home to the Tongva people, and it played an important role in the region's history.