One of the western cities of Los Angeles is the rural city of Malibu with buildings spreading out in different directions. The beach community has managed to keep its elements of rusticity amidst its popularity among celebrities.
Among its most famous beaches are the Malibu Lagoon State Beach (also known as Surfrider Beach because of its waves) and Zuma Beach. Other attractions include the Adamson House with Spanish Revival architecture that has the Malibu Lagoon Museum. This museum houses many local historical artifacts about the city.
Incorporated as a city in 1991, Malibu has over 12700 people residing in it. You will find many different houses ranging from condos to luxury homes as well as mansions and oceanfront homes. For those seeking a laidback way of life in Los Angeles County, Malibu is one of the cities that come to mind.