Passing noble resorts and dreamlike beaches - Wailea Beach Path
Along dreamlike beaches and past noble resorts leads the Wailea Beach Path about 2.5 kilometers along the Hawaiian coast. The palm-lined boardwalk runs through a popular vacation area on Maui and is perfect for taking an early morning or sunset stroll.
In the south of the island of Maui, directly on the Wailia Beach is the Wailea Beach Path in the middle of a popular vacation area. The landscaped boulevard winds past hotel complexes and high-priced rental properties, surrounded by palm trees and beautifully landscaped green areas. Palm trees and exotic plants line the path, which does not always run directly along the sea. In some cases, it passes between modern accommodations in a second row and only runs back to the coast and beaches after a few meters. There are several options to access the path and often in the Ulula Beach Park or at the other end of the path at the Polo Beach started.
Both beaches offer public access to the Beach Path and feature different landscapes. Ulula Beach is a beautiful white sand beach, while Polo Beach consists of rocky landscape made of lava stones. Besides these two beaches, visitors are offered access to all the other beaches that are on the way. Small wooden stairs lead off the path and after just a few steps you will be on the beach. Those who want to take a little break can spread out their blankets in peace, bury their toes in the warm sand or jump into the refreshing sea water to cool off. Most of the visitors who walk the path can be found at lunchtime. To avoid the hustle and bustle, it is a good idea to do the short walk in the morning or in the evening hours. This has the further advantage of marveling at a beautiful sunset in deep red-orange colors from the boulevard.