Ewa Beach

Ewa Beach is a must see for anyone who spends some time on Oahu. Tourists and locals alike can find many new things to explore all year round. With shopping centers and schools just minutes away, and new houses currently being built, your perfect home could pop up right when you least expect it.

One of Ewa Beach’s many attractions are the stunning beaches. With more gentle waves and a smaller crowd, Oneula Beach Park and White Plains Beach are great places to go if you are new to surfing or like to paddle board. Both Kapilina Beach and Ewa Beach Park are wonderful for enjoying views of the Honolulu skyline and are fantastic getaways for hot summer days.

Other than the abundance of beautiful beaches just blocks away, the Ewa Beach community has many fun opportunities to keep its population on their toes. Take your keiki on a trip the Hawaiian Railway Society which features its own historic railroad, or let your furry companions play at Ewa Beach Dog Park. You can also stop by for a round of golf and take in the beautiful scenery at one of Ewa Beach’s many golf clubs.

Head to Ewa Town Center’s Foodland to pick up some fresh groceries, or Laulani Village Shopping Center’s Petco for a treat for your pet. Ewa Beach has many options to dine at as well. From delicious crab legs at Bird of Paradise, to refreshing shave ice at Ewa Seed Company. Ewa Beach can meet all of your needs without having to go all the way to Kapolei or Waipahu.

Whether you are looking for a home near beautiful sandy shores, or somewhere out of the hustle and bustle of Waikiki, Ewa Beach is the place to be, and is a great place to consider buying a home on Oahu.

Kailua

Kailua is home to what many call the most gorgeous beaches in the world. With their soft powdery sand and picture perfect turquoise waters, its clear why even the locals can never get enough of its stunning scenery. If you ever get the opportunity to spend some time on Oahu, Kailua is the place you don’t want to miss out on.

After getting something to munch on at one of Kailua’s many locally owned eateries, you can spend the day having a picnic at Kailua Beach Park, or rent some equipment to go windsurfing, snorkeling, or boogie boarding. Head a few minutes down the road and you can find yourself at Lanikai Beach. Its calm waters are great for swimming, or even a kayaking trip to discover the beauty of the Mokalua Islands.

To see one of Oahu’s most picturesque sceneries, you can head up to the Lanikai Pillbox Hike; also known as the Kaiwa Ridge Trail. It is an intermediate hike that has some of the most dazzling views on the windward side. The three pillboxes that are dotted along the trail offer fantastic views of the sunrise, as well as Kailua and Lanikai Beaches, the Mokulua Islands, Kaneohe Bay, Chinaman’s Hat, Waimanalo Bay, and the Makapu’u Lighthouse.

There are also many great options when living in Kailua. With over 20 different schools in the area – some of which are just minutes from the beach – your keiki can stay close to home all year round. Just a few blocks down and you can get all of your shopping done, or take a short trip into Honolulu for a little adventure.

Kailua is a community buzzing with never-ending activities and a love for the beach. If the salty sea breeze and a laid-back beach lifestyle is something you’ve been dreaming about, Kailua could be the place you find your perfect home.