If you had to categorize Wailea Beach, it would probably be called a ‘resort beach’ since it’s surrounded by the Four Seasons and Grand Wailea, with the Wailea Beach Marriot close by. And most of the beachgoers here are probably staying at one of those resorts. But that shouldn’t take away from the fact that Wailea Beach is one of those places that can make you want to stay permanently. It’s long and wide, and has great conditions for snorkeling and paddle boarding. There’s also the Wailea beach walk that runs in the back of the beach in case you want to explore the South Maui coastline. All in all, Wailea Beach is definitely worth checking out on your Maui vacation.
It’s technically a beach park, which means it has public amenities. The parking lot is a bit small, so if you’re not staying at one of the nearby resorts plan on getting there early for a parking spot.
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