Las Tunas Beach reviews
one of the many beaches at california highway 1 west of Los Angeles. good for a short stop before continuing the journey more »
I caught this beach on a whim. We were driving north on the coastline on our way to Malibu the sun started to rise. I asked my hubby to pull over to see the sunrise. He made a uturn and pulled over... more »
Nice place to park awhile. Keep our coast clean. Don't litter! Use a trash can.
Loud crashing waves, very popular for onlookers, free parking, but they added No Parking 2-4AM signs and will patrol. Lanes are wide enough for trucks and have less vibrations from speeding traffic. Unfortunately many people distrupt the fresh air by smoking, including marijuana. Litter and alcohol bottles are often left between the rocks instead of the easily found and maintained trash bins. Street lamps can be a bit bright at night if relaxing. I believe there are still porta potties at the East end, but use your own if you can/have one, the PPs are usually gross along the PCH.
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