On the island of Maui, few places truly compare to the historic town of Lahaina. This west-side happening place is home to so much to see, do and enjoy on the island. If you’re new here, you’re going to love strolling through Front Street and seeing all that this little part of the island has to offer.
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Upon entering Lahaina, you’ll be surprised by the never-ending list of restaurants, shops and coffee joints to enjoy. From Kimo’s Famous Restaurant that’s been on Front Street for more than 30 years to Fleetwood’s on Front Street owned by the famous Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood, there’s no shortage of great places to grab a bite to eat from after a long day on the beach.
After lunch or dinner, take a stroll down to the Lahaina Harbor, where you can see a plethora of boats. Some offer fishing excursions, others provide nightly sunset cruises and there’s even a submarine that is stationed there. What fun! After taking in the sites, sound and surf at the harbor, grab some gelato and a coffee at one of the several coffee shops on the strip. From the Ono Gelato Company to Ocean Cafe, there’s plenty of charming coffee hubs to hang out in. And, of course, after you grab your treat check out some of the many clothing shops located on Front Street. From mom and pop shops to signature brands such as Hurley and Billabong, there are plenty of options for anyone in your family to choose from.
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Then there’s the beauty of the town itself. Lahaina has maintained much of its historic past with its older buildings, native plants that surround the street, and historic markers. Did you know Lahaina used to be Hawaii’s capital? Well, it’s true and you can learn fun facts such as these during your walk down Front Street. Also, make sure to check out the Banyan Tree Park where there’s an 8-foot banyan tree that was a gift from missionaries in India and was planted in 1873. Since it was first planted, it’s grown to nearly 60-feet and covers two-thirds of an acre. On any given night you can enjoy the sounds of local musicians playing underneath the Banyan Tree and watch as the sunsets in the distance.
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We hope we’ve painted a good enough picture of what makes Lahaina a great place to live and call home. Make sure to stop here when you’re on the island and see this lovely town for yourself. Questions about real estate nearby? Make sure to contact us and learn more about West Maui and what makes this area a great place to buy a home.