Kama‘ole Beach Parks I, II and III – Kihei
Keawakapu Beach – Kihei
Keawakapu Beach has been voted “Best Beach” in the world and due to the long stretch of gorgeous sand, stunning views and good snorkeling at the rock outcroppings you will see why. It is not uncommon to run into friends from all over Maui strolling on this beach. It is definately a local favorite too. Relax after a stroll at the Five Palms at the Mana Kai outdoor area with a cool Mai Tai. Classic views and varied conditions mark this beach. A beachcomber’s delight, this beach offers a half mile walk to the Wailea Resort.
Mai Poina ‘Oe Ia‘u Beach Park – Kihei
Makena Beach State Park – Makena
Big Beach at Makena is one of Maui’s signature beaches with a seemingly endless expanse of white sand. Picnic facilities and restrooms are available. The adjacent Little Beach is an informal (and nominally illegal) clothing optional beach with excellent body surfing.
Maluaka Beach – Makena
Mokapu Beach Park – Wailea
Polo Beach – Wailea
Polo Beach is just in front of the Polo Beach Club condos and there is ample parking just behind the Fairmont Kea Lani Resort. This is an excellent location for snorkeling. To the north is a great snorkel spot. This beach is a favorite for boogie boarding too especially in the afternoons. Popular with Maui residents and visitors. Excellent swimming and snorkeling, picnic tables and restrooms are available. Named “America’s Best Beach” in 1999.
Ulua Beach Park — Wailea