COVID19 UPDATE
Kauai

Ocean View Home with Salt Water Pool and Spa Near Kealia

The other day, as I lay on the sand of Kealia Beach, I realized just how much I love Kealia. It’s perfect for a quick break.

About Kealia Beach

Picture contributed by Matt Feeser

Kealia Beach has the perfect mixture of natural beauty and park conveniences with showers, bathrooms, and 2 beach volleyball courts.

Locals drive directly on the sand, generally sticking to the north and south ends to set up BBQs for a day of family fun in the sun. With the tourists in the middle it creates a microcosm of Kauai in general. All of those that love, live, and laugh aloha mixed together on one beach; one of the many reasons it may just be my favorite beach.

Convenient to Kawaihau Road and all the neighborhoods connected to it, Kealia Beach provides an easy place to relax in the sun. Wili Road, a side street of Kawaihau Road, overlooks the Kealia River Valley, Keapana Valley, Kalalea Anahola Mountain Range, and the ocean at Kealia Beach. And now has a house just waiting to be bought and enjoyed!

Enjoy Broad Panoramic Views of the Blue Ocean From This Home

The home is a 4 bedroom/2 bath house with an open living area, a gorgeous back lanai, patio, and features a salt water spa and salt water pool (MLS# 254738), just in case you can’t drive the 5 minutes to the actual beach!

Comments (4) Show CommentsHide Comments (Remember)

Cool. Add your comment...

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Leave your opinion here. Please be nice. Your Email address will be kept private, this form is secure and we never spam you.

Randy Brummett

May 26, 2012

Great Blog… I love hanging out at Kealia Beach. The home you mentioned in your post is really nice too. I got to see it for myself when it was featured on the caravan last week. Although I resisted the urge to do a canon ball off the lanai into the pool, it was a tempting proposition…

Randy Brummett

May 26, 2012

Great Blog… I love hanging out at Kealia Beach. The home you mentioned in your post is really nice too. I got to see it for myself when it was featured on the caravan last week. Although I resisted the urge to do a canon ball off the lanai into the pool, it was a tempting proposition…

Shaylyn Kimura

May 26, 2012

The entire Kealia area, in general, has a special place in my heart and is so much more than just a beach. Many people new to the island don’t know that Kealia was a thriving sugar plantation town beginning in the late 1800s. Many island families called Kealia home, including my family. My grandfather was a paniolo (cowboy) for the plantation and worked there for 42 years. Like many other plantation towns, Kealia had everything it needed to sustain its residents with a store, bank, butcher shop, post office, etc. I spent much time as a child in Kealia town and at the beach, of course. THE popular spot for local families was at the landing which only looks like a pile of rocks today. A true Kaua’i gem, Kealia beach continues to be an island favorite for residents and visitors alike. TRIVIA: Did you know…Kealia was Kaua’i’s first town to have a movie theater?

Shaylyn Kimura

May 26, 2012

The entire Kealia area, in general, has a special place in my heart and is so much more than just a beach. Many people new to the island don’t know that Kealia was a thriving sugar plantation town beginning in the late 1800s. Many island families called Kealia home, including my family. My grandfather was a paniolo (cowboy) for the plantation and worked there for 42 years. Like many other plantation towns, Kealia had everything it needed to sustain its residents with a store, bank, butcher shop, post office, etc. I spent much time as a child in Kealia town and at the beach, of course. THE popular spot for local families was at the landing which only looks like a pile of rocks today. A true Kaua’i gem, Kealia beach continues to be an island favorite for residents and visitors alike. TRIVIA: Did you know…Kealia was Kaua’i’s first town to have a movie theater?

More Articles from Hawaii Life