About Waialua Villas
Oahu's North Shore continues to astound, our Waialua luxury rentals are in a lovely community that embraces its sugarcane past. Another town that showcases small pieces of what travelers have come to love about the quieter sides of Oahu, you'll find respite in the laid-back and offbeat art, captivating beach parks and the nearby Waianae Mountain Range.
Things To Do
A Waialua luxury rental will appeal to those seeking an active escape or simply one in which nature plays a role in enhancing every moment of the day for you. Play the golf course at the Hawaii Country Club for bragging rights, as it is the course that's naturally built around the Waianae Mountain Range and is the oldest public course on Oahu. Spend time, as Hawaiian royalty did centuries ago, at Alii Beach Park, for a day of swimming, picnicking and surfing. A note of interest to some, this beach was commonly used as the film site for Baywatch Hawaii and genuinely looks as gorgeous and fanciful as it did on the small screen.
The Waialua Sugar Mill is a popular attraction that celebrates the sugar plantation past of the area and today serves as a vibrant reminder of the heart of this community. Art, farmers' market vendors, handcrafted wares, photos, history, music, and an intriguing mix of local businesses give travelers a genuine taste of their good life in Waialua.
Eat And Shop
Indulge in your comfort food needs with barbecue, Mexican food and plenty of seafood, served roadside too. The farmers' market at the Waialua Sugar Mill will complete any grocery list of needs for a gourmet meal that is reflective of island-fresh fare and exotic treats you can't find easily at home. The area has its share of good food, including Thai, Hawaiian and tapas. Area North Shore eateries will easily satisfy cravings for a variety of cuisines. Pack some confections from the local bakeries for a sweet finish on your gourmet picnics at the beach.
Shopping in Waialua is an activity and an experience. The Waialua Sugar Mill is a fun one-stop place for soaps, handmade jewelry, apparel, coffee and surfboards, so enjoy browsing the range of nifty items to take home or enjoy while visiting.
Rent a car to fully explore Waialua and surrounding North Shore towns