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Malibu Sea Glass - California USA

As these reports and photos show, you can find a variety of sea glass at Malibu's beaches - the Pier, Carbon Beach, Leo Carillo, Zuma Beach and other nearby beaches.

Happy hunting!

 About Malibu and Sea Glass

Malibu Sea Glass, California Beach Reports USA

Malibu has long been the epitomy of the California beach scene since the 1950s and has been represented in many Hollywood movies.

Malibu Beach is still a favorite for many people and a great place to visit...even if you just hang out and watch the characters going by. Better than television.

Even better yet is to hit the beaches hunting sea glass.


Zuma Beach, Malibu - June 26, 2017

~ by Lois in Malibu, California

We have a beach house in Malibu California and love our morning walks on Zuma beach, especially at low tide.  

This is what we collected yesterday and today. 

More reports from Malibu Beaches

The best sea-glassing time for Malibu and other Southern California sandy beaches is after a period of big waves or storms.

In the summer, a big south swell can roll through. Winter can bring howling storms and even flooding.

After big swells or storms, there is a chance of finding older sea glass and other beachcombing treasures.

But don't wait for those times, getting out on the beach, breathing the salt air, and stretching the legs makes for a great day.


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