Malibu Road is a scenic roadway that runs along the coast of Malibu, California. It runs parallel to the Pacific Coast Highway, and it is known for its picturesque views of the ocean and the surrounding coastline. The road is a popular spot for driving, sightseeing, and beach access.

The road runs from Malibu Lagoon State Beach in the east all the way to Pepperdine University in the west, it's known for the beautiful homes and properties that are located along the road, many of them are beachfront properties, and many are owned by celebrities, politicians and wealthy individuals.

The road is winding and narrow in some areas, and it can be congested during peak hours, especially on weekends and holidays. The road is also popular with bicyclists and motorcyclists, who enjoy scenic views and winding roads.

The Malibu Road area is also home to a number of beach access points, such as Surfrider Beach, Carbon Beach, and Malibu Colony Beach, which offer a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing.

The area around Malibu Road also played an important role in the region's history. The Chumash people once lived in this area, and the Spanish established a cattle ranch in the area in the 1800s. The area also was important during the oil and gas industry in the early 20th century, with drilling platforms and wells dotting the landscape.