Paʻia attractions

Beach in Paʻia

Hoʻokipa Beach Park & Overlook

Hoʻokipa is to daredevil windsurfers what Everest is to climbers. It reigns supreme as the world’s premier windsurfing beach, with strong currents, dangerous shorebreaks and razor-sharp coral offering the ultimate c…
Beach in Paʻia

HA Baldwin Beach Park

Bodyboarders and bodysurfers take to the waves at this palm-lined county park about a mile west of Paʻia, at the 6-mile marker. The wide sandy beach drops off quickly, and when the shorebreak is big, swimmers should…
Beach in Paʻia

Tavares Beach

For a quiet stretch of sand during the week, try this unmarked beach, which is a short drive northeast from downtown, just beyond mile marker 7. The place livens up on weekends when local families arrive with picnic…
Beach in Paʻia

Spreckelsville Beach

Extending west from HA Baldwin Beach, this 2-mile stretch of sand is a good walking beach. Its near-shore reef makes it less ideal for swimming, but it does provide protection for young kids. If you walk toward the …
Buddhist Shrine in Paʻia

Maui Dharma Center

Marked by its roadside stupa, this Tibetan Buddhist center offers daily, weekly and monthly prayer and meditation sessions, retreats and Dharma talks. Or just take a quick stroll around the stupa’s prayer wheel. The…