Maui Beaches

A short stroll from your front door is this secluded 5 mile beach

This very special Hawaiian Oceanfront vacation rental is located next to the longest beach in all of Maui. The beach is 5 miles long – you can have miles of beach all to yourself! If you prefer the intimacy of a smaller, private beach, one can be enjoyed only 20 steps from your lanai. Maui also has many other beaches that you may want to explore. The great thing about this convenient Maui oceanfront condo is that it is the most centrally located beachfront vacation rental in Maui.

Maalaea Beach

Maa'laea Beach

Next to Island Sands Resort!

Located at the North end of a 5-mile stretch of Sugar Beach. Between the two mountains that form Maui. Favorite activities include walking, surfing and whale watching right from the shoreline!

Sugar Beach

Sugar Beach

Sugar Beach gets its name from the sugary consistency of its fine, white sand. Miles of excellent sandy beach to swim and snorkel. This is a popular location for walking the beach. Enjoy a long romantic walk from north Kihei to Maalaea on one of Maui’s most beautiful stretches of oceanfront. Whale watch as you enjoy the magnificent views.

Cove Park

Cove Park

Located at the South end of Kalama Park, Cove Park does not have much sandy beach, but it does offer a great place for novices to take surfing lessons. “The Cove” has generally small waves at the shore making it suitable for swimmers with at least some experience. The offshore reef may be sharp and dangerous and should be approached with care. The beach provides parking and a boat ramp, and is also used by a canoe club. Popular surfers beach, many beginners.

Charlie Young Beach

Charley Young Beach

Located on the North end of Kamaole Beach I. This large sandy beach is great for sunbathing, swimming and families. Small waves make this location suitable for swimmers with at least some experience. Kamaole Park on the South end provides bathroom facilities and parking and has a central lifeguard tower.

Kamaole Beach Park
Kama'ole Beach Park

Kama'ole Beach Park

All three beaches Kamaole I, II, II offer excellent swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, sunbathing, and volleyball. All have lifeguards, restrooms and showers.
Location: Off South Kihei Road, at the southern end of Kihei.

Kama’ole I
Kam 1 Beach

Kama’ole 1

Located South of Charlie Young Beach Kamaole I boasts a large sandy beach ideal for walking, swimming and laying out. Great for families. The park provides parking, bathroom facilities, and a lifeguard tower.

Kama’ole II

Kama’ole 2

Kama’ole 2 is located north of Kihei Boat Ramp. This beach has generally small waves that surge of the moderate-gradient swash zone, making this location suitable for swimmers with at least some experience. Larger waves produce a heavy shore break and rip current against the rocks, causing swimming to be dangerous. There is a lifeguard tower in the South.

Kama’ole III

Kama’ole 3

Kama’ole 3 is located north of the Kihei Boat Ramp (Kamala Park). Waves are generally small at the shore making this location suitable for swimmers with at least some experience. Larger waves produce a heavy shore break and rip current in the south, causing swimming to be dangerous. Low rock ridges cross the far north and far south sections of the beach. The rock ridges and bordering basalt rocks may be sharp, slippery, and dangerous and should be approached with caution. The park provides parking, bathroom facilities, and a lifeguard tower.

Makena Beach (Big Beach & Little Beach)

Makena Big Beach

Makena Big Beach

A breathtaking white sand beach divided into big and little beach by Pu’u Olai, a 360 foot cylinder cone. Surf can be dangerous during the summer months, but snorkeling can be excellent with visibility at times over 100 feet in the water.
Location: Piilani Highway south past Kihei, south past Wailea.

Ulua Beach

Ulua Beach

A great place to catch Maui’s spectacular sunsets. Swimming, snorkeling and diving are also excellent. South Kihei Road to Alanui Road, about one mile south of Wailea.