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The Point Dume State Beach is a state park and beach area in Malibu, California. It features the promontory, Point Dume, which overlooks the Pacific Ocean.

Named after the Point Dume, which was consequently named in honor of Padre Francisco Dumetz of the Mission of San Buenaventura by George Vancouver in 1793, the Point Dume State Beach is also a state preserve. It is also quite a historic site, once being a popular clothing optional meeting spot during the sixties and seventies.

Visitors of the Point Dume State Beach can enjoy swimming, wildlife viewing, and rock climbing. The site has also been used a couple of times in filming blockbuster films like Iron Man, The Big Lebowski, and Planet of the Apes.
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