Located on the southern shores of Kauai, the community of Poipu is affectionately referred to as “The Sunny South Side.” Poipu is approximately 30 minutes away from Lihue Airport and about 25 minutes from Lihue, Kauai’s center of government and commerce. Spouting Horn Park and the historic Koloa Heritage Trail are nearby and a few miles west of Poipu is the Kauai Coffee farm. Poipu boasts some of the best and safest beaches in all of Kauai. Residents and vacationers are treated to the sight of clear turquoise waters, fine white sand, and unusual reef formations that make for an interesting snorkeling trip. Are you ready for the ultimate beach experience? Come home to Poipu.
Poipu Homes for Sale, Condos and Vacation Rentals
If you’re new to the area, then you may find the process of investing in real estate here to be a little tricky. With help from the right real estate agent, however, it’s more than possible to get your dream home for a great price. Poipu offers prospective home buyers a variety of choices in beachfront properties, condominiums, townhouses, or apartments. Vacant lots are also available where buyers can build the home of their dreams.
When one is in the Sunny South Side, one should not miss out on its beaches! Baby Beach, with its calm and shallow waters, is perfect for families with very young children. Local surfers and avid snorkelers frequent Lawai Beach. The most popular beach in the area is, of course, Poipu Beach, named America’s Best Beach by The Travel Channel. Immerse yourself in Hawaiian and local Kauai culture. Old Koloa Town is Kauai’s oldest plantation town. This charming community features restored historic buildings, galleries, boutiques, and plenty of dining options. Visitors get to learn about the historic town through Old Koloa Town’s Historic Center. Watch the talented and award-winning Urahutia Productions dancers in Auli’i Luau and treat yourself to the most delicious Kauai fare. Traditional Polynesian and Hawaiian songs lend another layer of ambiance to this sunset party by the Pacific Ocean. You know what they say; the best way to experience a place’s history culture is through its songs and dances.