|Limo to the beach?|
Situated on the eastern part of Latigo Point, this beach lies underneath a luxurious neighborhood on Latigo Shore Drive in Malibu. As this road is private and owned by the many wealthy residents on this road, we recommend parking along PCH and walking to the beach entrance located a 1-minute walk down Latigo Shore Dr. Of course, when riding by limousine, our limo service can simply drop off clientele right by the beach entrance. But why is this the best beach in Los Angeles County? Let us explain why so many clients combine Malibu wine tours and party bus outings with trips to this particular beach.
1. Stunning Beauty
Just a walk down the staircase in between multi-million dollar 2-3-story homes will overwhelm most people. Its crystal clear waters and white sandy beach makes it idyllic, and the palm trees and vegetation makes the beach near-tropical looking. We’ve had limo clients comparing it to a beach in Hawaii! Whether you are traveling by an LA party bus or local sedan or SUV, making a visit to Latigo Beach is a must for travelers and locals alike.
2. Water Quality
|A rated water quality.|
3. Hidden Gem
Few people know about Latigo Beach, despite the occasional calls for party buses and limos going here. Even on sunny weekends with temperatures reaching the 80’s, this beach can appear as good as empty. That makes it an ideal place for romantic limousine beach days in Los Angeles. Many also choose to add a trip here prior to or following a local LA County wine tour. And remember - no matter what the neighbors may say, this is a public beach where anyone can access. There have been reports in the past where neighbors have tried denying public access, but these attempts have failed and Latigo remains a public beach for all to use.
4. Filming Location
A party bus client once told us about the many magnificent movies and TV series that were shot at Latigo Beach. According to the particular party bus customer, a Latigo Beach home was used as Zachary Scott’s home in Mildred Pierce (1945). The pursuit at the end of It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) also takes place near this location. The horror film Messiah of Evil (1973) was also filmed here, at 26652 Latigo Shore Dr. No wonder some even add Latigo to their limo movie tours of Malibu or LA!
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