Beautiful Lahaina Beachfront Homes & Villas
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Enjoy the old-world charm and stunning natural beauty of Lahainatown, just outside your door. Take a leisurely stroll down Front Street, with its world-class shops and hip eateries. Be sure to stop in for a cold beer at Cheeseburger in Paradise, or try the catch of the day and a rum cocktail at local hot spot Kimo’s. The Cool Cat Café, one of a small family-owned and -operated chain out of San Luis Obispo, offers great, affordable eats in a retro ’50s setting.
Take in the gnarled, majestic splendor of the giant banyan tree — the size of an entire city block. An added bonus: If you visit in December, the branches of this beauty are bedecked with glittering lights to usher in the holiday season. Just down the road, a long, uninterrupted view of the Pacific beckons. You can see neighbor islands Lanai and Molokai — if you can take your eyes off the sunset, which turns the sea and sky to molten gold. Turn in the other direction for an equally jaw-dropping view of the turquoise-and-emerald West Maui Mountains.
The pristine sand and rolling waves of Ka’anapali Beach are less than a twenty-minute drive away, offering plenty of shopping and dining opportunities to go along with the sun and surf. Live music is played at one or more of the open-air bars here on most weekend nights; chat up your friendly bartender for the upcoming schedule.
Looking for an authentic Hawaiian experience? Try out the Old Lahaina Luau, located right on Front Street. The Myths of Maui Luau, at the Royal Lahaina Resort, provides another fascinating evening of theater and history and is sure to delight visitors of all ages. During the day, set sail on a whale watch or try your hand at parasailing. Your photos will be the envy of the neighborhood upon your return home.
Whichever street you walk down in Lahaina, you’ll be greeted with gorgeous sights, enticing opportunities, and of course, a healthy dose of aloha.