Maui Beaches

Maui Beaches – they’re everywhere; golden, red, or black!!

It’s all about the beach!  You could visit Maui for a month, and go to different Maui beaches every day.   They’re scattered around the island, some popular, some tucked away from view.

Are you sitting at home?   Close your eyes, feel the sun on your face, and your toes in the sand.  Breathe deeply!    Now, what are you waiting for?   Come to Maui and explore the Maui beaches.


North Shore Beaches

Many of our favorites are north shore beaches. They tend to be less busy, and feel more secluded.   If you’re visiting with young children, be sure to visit the west end of Baldwin Beach.  Baby Beach is a long stretch protected by an exposed section of coral, creating a huge “pool” for the children.

  • Kanaha
  • Camp I
  • Spreckelsville
  • Baby Beach
  • Baldwin Beach
  • Paia Bay
  • Tavares Bay
  • Mama’s tide pool beach
  • Hookipa Beach.

South Shore Beaches

You probably looked at plenty of info for Maui before booking your trip.  And there was always those lovely golden beaches.   There is something so relaxing about sitting on the sand, and starting out at the ocean.  It’s vast, timeless, with an end that you can’t see.

  • Keawakapu Beach
  • Ulua and Mokapu Beaches
  • Wailea Beach
  • Polo Beach
  • Po’olenalena Beach
  • Maluaka Beach
  • Naupaka Beach
  • Makena Beach State Park
  • The Kamaole Beaches, I, II and III
  • Charley Young Beach
  • The Cove

West Maui beaches

From Lahaina to Kapalua beaches are scattered along the coastline.  As you drive to Lahaina, you’ll notice miles of sandy coastline.  There are fabulous areas for surfing.  Beyond Lahaina, the beaches are varied, from Kaanapali on up to Kapalua.

  • Kaanapali Beach
  • Lahaina Baby Beach
  • Napili Bay
  • Kapalua Bay
  • Oneloa Bay Beach
  • Alii Kahekili (or airport beach)
  • Launiupoko Beach Park
  • DT Fleming Beach
  • Honolua Bay (there’s no beach, but great surfing/snorkeling)