Photos: Maalaea Beach
Maalaea206 is Nearby Maalaea Harbor and Village and Access to Maalaea Beach
A short westerly walk provides access to restaurants, stores, boats for scuba diving or Humpback whale watching (December-May), while an easterly stroll to the end of the street provides access to a four-mile long beach.
On secluded cul-de-sac between Maalaea Bay and sugar cane fields
The complex is conveniently located, you can walk 1/4 mile down sugarcane-lined Hauoli Street to the end of the road at Haycraft Park.
- You can start a walking or jogging journey at the quiet and undeveloped four-mile white sandy Maalaea Beach (Maui’s largest beach, sometimes called Sugar Beach due to the fine-grained sand), or
- You can walk just around the corner to the Maalaea Harbor and Village with its general store and restaurants.
You can end the day with an evening sunset walk on Maalaea Beach and then dinner at one of the harbor area’s excellent restaurants.
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View from Maalaea Beach Looking Toward Condos
Maalaea Beach Looking South Toward Kihei
Maalaea Beach Scenery
Maalaea Beach Looking Toward Mountains
Maalaea Beach Rocks
Maalaea Beach View of Condos
View from Maalaea Beach