Bayview’s Shipwrecks Beach Offers Fun for Everyone in South Kauai
Bayview at Poipu Kai features a small cache of private resort homes adjacent to stunning Shipwrecks Beach in South Kauai. There is something for everyone in and around Bayview and Shipwrecks Beach. Little ones wade with dad in the tidepools with their fishnets and build sandcastles, preteens bodyboard, while teens surf and jump off its cliff on a dare. Everyone enjoys whale watching while they hike the oceanside Mahaulepu Heritage Trail from the Shipwrecks Beach trailhead.
Oceanside wilderness two minutes from Bayview: simply spectacular.
Shipwrecks Beach, Poipu, Kauai
The majestic Grand Hyatt Kauai sits back from Shipwrecks Beach annd welcomes non-guests to make reservations at their Hawaiian luau, their restaurants, Anara Spa, and the Poipu Bay Golf Course. Fathers and sons schedule a round of golf while mothers and daughters enjoy a yoga class and refreshing massage at the spa.
A world-class oceanside resort adjacent to Bayview: simply spectacular.
Shipwrecks Beach sunrises are a delightful treat for the early risers, and residents stroll west along Poipu Kai Resort’s manicured walkway, locally known as The Greenbelt, from Bayview, through lush tropical greenscape past the Poipu Kai Swim and Tennis Club, to Brennekes Beach and Poipu Beach Park to catch the sun setting into the Pacific Ocean. The Poipu Kai Resort walkway is lit, the stars are brilliant, and the resort’s 24-hour security patrol gives assurance to all.
Living the Hawaii Life – Kauai-Style
If calling the South Shore of Kauai home intrigues you, consider this distinctive residential resort property. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac in the desirable Bayview at Poipu Kai neighborhood next to the Grand Hyatt Kauai, this spacious 2,650 square foot single-level home with private swimming pool features the coveted Poipu Kai Greenbelt frontage.
2226 Loke Road, Bayview at Poipu Kai (MLS# 277682)
If you have any questions about this property, the surrounding area, or other homes on Kauai’s South Shore, please contact me.