• Trancas Country Market

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    Trancas Country Market, a charming neighborhood destination for everyday essentials and a refreshing stop on any Pacific Coast Highway road trip, offers sophisticated shopping in West Malibu directly across the iconic road from the Pacific Ocean. A sprawling, yet compact collection of smartly curated fashion, culinary, and service tenants, Trancas Country Market unfolds throughout 17 lush, naturalistic acres nearby to Point Dume, Zuma Beach, local nature preserves, and all that Malibu has to offer.

    A herald of the Malibu-chic lifestyle, the market houses a diverse array of fashion, design, and lifestyle retailers including 98% Angel, Saffron Case Homes, hiptique, Malibu Beach House, Nati Boutique, Drill Surf & Skate, and Sea Lily Malibu, offering something for the whole family and a selection to match any style. Trancas is also home to a range of unique and mindful dining options from hometown grocery store Vintage Grocers,to Kristy’s Village Café, a California-style café, to SweetBu, Malibu’s only old-fashioned candy shop. Rounding out Trancas' retail offerings, such as fashion boutiques and home goods, is a host of services that allow guests to pamper and run daily errands. These offerings include full-service salon HAIR, Malibu’s first indie apothecary boutique Shine Beauty Collective, Pritchett-Rapf Realtors, Trancas Tailors & Cleaners, Wells Fargo, and the Postal Annex. From a relaxing, open-air commons to the beloved Trancas Canyon Nursery, and interactive events year-round, Trancas Country Market provides a one-stop shop for Malibu culture in all i

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