Our Koloa luxury rentals offer everything you need for the perfect Kauai vacation with the finest amenities and views, and close access to immaculate beaches, resort shopping, oceanside golf and an abundance of historical and cultural sites and natural attractions.
Things To Do Old Koloa Town still reflects its plantation past and is the site of Hawaii's first sugarcane plantation. Today the town's buildings still retain their historic character with old-fashioned storefronts now housing a variety of interesting shops and places to eat.
The Koloa Heritage Trail spans from old Koloa town all the way to Poipu and includes 14 important historical and cultural sites. Other activities in this area include horseback rides, ziplining and ATV tours. Head over to the Poipu resort area to choose from several excellent beaches for swimming, snorkeling and watersports.
A coastal hiking trail beginning at Shipwreck Beach leads to the remote Mahaulepu area. For more great hikes make the drive up to Waimea Canyon on Kauai's west side where you can choose from canyon trails or along the coastal bluffs with stunning views of the Na Pali Coast.
Eat and Shop Old Kola town's historic structures now are home to stores and restaurants including a grocery store. Grab a shave ice and browse around the outdoor Koloa History Center where you can learn more about the town's rich cultural heritage.
Head over to The Shops at Kukuiula for some upscale shopping and dining including art galleries, jewelry, clothing shops and more. You can grab a burger at Bubba's or enjoy formal dining at Merriman's which offers a Mediterranean cuisine focusing on fresh local fish and produce. The center's courtyard provides nice places to eat and relax like the lanai of the Living Foods Market & Cafe, a great place to have a latte and enjoy some delicious fresh-baked treats and recharge before you head back to the beach.
Getting Around A rental car is recommended when staying in Koloa luxury rentals so you can explore all of the interesting sights and attractions in the nearby Poipu Resort area as well as Kauai's many other attractions from Hanalei Bay and Princeville Resort on the north shore to Waimea Canyon on the west side