South Shore Kauai Area Guide

    Take a drive down the beautiful Tree Tunnel, a canopy of Eucalyptus trees that line Maliuhi Road shades the first mile of highway 520, enter Kauai’s South Shore and the towns of Koloa and Poipu. This side of the Island has plenty to offer. Before you head down to Poipu, you can make a stop in Kauai’s oldest plantation town, Koloa, and explore its historic downtown. With shops, icecream, and a delicious pizzeria you are sure to enjoy this quaint town!

    Down the road is the sunny Poipu! This area is famous for its Poipu Beach Park, The Grand Hyatt… Let’s just stop there for a second. Check this video out that our team leader Billy O’ shot. If you are here on vacation make sure to check out the Hyatt.

    the Poipu Shopping Center, and countless turtle and monk seal spotting! Poipu Beach Park offers a variety of swimming environments for all types of swimmers. There is a small baby beach for the keiki, stellar waves for those who surf or boogey board, and plenty of snorkeling opportunities. You can also enjoy the food and shops at the Poipu shopping center before or after you hit the beach, or you could go to the most fabulous Beach House restaurant. The food and the views there are to die for!

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    Who wouldn’t enjoy basking in Sunny Po’ipu’s weather all year round?! It’s not just the marvelous weather that makes Po’ipu a prime spot to be, there are many advantages to living on Kauai’s sunny south shore. Living in the south side of Kauai will offer an everyday vacation-like experience combined with a small town island atmosphere. Po’ipu is a resort community featuring many remarkable activities for people to witness the authentic and beautiful dancers of Aulii Luau, spirited Koloa bass fishing, and the breathtaking tropical botanical gardens. Aulii Luau is an authentic Hawaiian experience consisting of captivating shows, such as the ancient hula of Hawaiian mythology Kahiko, the New Zealand warrior dance ‘Aotearoa, the fire throwing with Ka Pali “Oahio Makana, and much more.


    Recently, there have been a lot of interested home buyers looking in Kauai’s south shore of Po’ipu and Koloa. Maybe because you can get lots of liquid sunshine on the North Shore and it’s not what everyone likes on vacation.

    If you’re interested in real estate in Kauai’s sunny south side, there are multiple listings available from single family homes, condos, and empty lots currently available. Prices in this area generally range from $500-$900,000 but you can surely spend millions if you’d like 😉



    Brady Beyers is our South Shore specialist so give him a shout!