Kailua Beach looking towards Kaneohe
Kailua Beach is a moon-shaped beach that covers over two miles of white sand, and sports some of the widest area’s beachfront, from 50 to 150 feet. Overlooking the ocean, you will see a series of shallow sandbars. Because of these sand bars, you will find one to two foot surf breaks that are created by the trade winds. Also seen just a quarter mile off the beach, is a limestone island called Popoia Island, or better known by visitor’s as Flat Island. Here you can find surf breaks on the south side of the island, and a full array of park facilities, including life guards.
Kailua Beach Boat Ramp
A few of the many activities at Kailua Beach Park are Beachcombing, boating, bodyboarding, bodysurfing, fishing, kayaking, outrigger canoe paddling, surfing, swimming, and windsurfing.
Lanikai Beach In Kailua
Popoia Island is also well known as the “turn buoy” for the yearly Popoia Swim held by the Waikiki Swim Club every June. This is a rough water swim that circumnavigates the park. With this spectacular area also comes Kailua Beach Park, which you will find at the south end of Kailua Beach. For the ocean recreation enthusiast, Kailua Beach Park is a dream come true. It is one of Oahu’s best windsurfing sites because of the awesome trade winds that are there year round. Whether it is beachcombing, fishing, or outrigger canoe paddling, Kailua Beach Park has it all.
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A few facts about Kailua real estate - Kailua is a town on the windward side of Oahu. Kailua has a population of about 28,800 and the average household income is about $71,000. In January the average high temp. is 76 degrees and in July the avrage high temp. is 78 degrees. Kailua offers many fine places to dine and there are many different activities such as: Golf, Surfing, Snorkeling, Paddling, Boating, Fishing and much more. Kailua has many types housing options as well. Single family homes, townhomes and a couple high rise condos. Kailua is a great place to live. Feel free to contact us for more information.
If you are looking to travel to one of Hawaii's great beaches you may want to stay in one of the many Kailua vacation rentals while you are visiting.
Coastal Island Retreat… Swim, sun & recharge from your very own oceanfront resort! This sprawling residence situated on a spacious & beautifully manicured parcel offers ...
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This oceanfront estate offers remarkable views of the world-renowned Kailua beach, while providing a rare opportunity for privacy from beach-goers. With 75 linear ft of p...
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Welcome to Villa Soluna, an elegant modern Mediterranean style home designed by Jeff Long. This turnkey Lanikai oceanfront property boasts a gracious master suite, chef’...
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Stunning Resort Style Villa Overlooking Lanikai and the Mokulua Islands. Enjoy the endless ocean views in this custom Lanikai hillside gated estate. Lush landscaping off...
Listing courtesy of Compass.