Both a historical site and up-and-coming hotspot, Point Dume is one of Malibu’s most multifaceted areas. The stunning beaches are pristine and quiet, while the neighborhoods tend toward a suburban feel with winding streets lined with gorgeous, mature trees. Point Dume has become somewhat of a celebrity enclave over the years, a far cry from its origins as a windblown, chaparral-covered bluff. People flocked here after World War II, and the neighborhood has been rising in popularity ever since.
Biking and hiking are beloved pastimes in Point Dume, with the nearby Headlands Park offering beautiful views of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Santa Catalina Island.