Unlike most beaches on Maui that are easily seen and accessed through the main streets, Keawakapu is a bit more tucked in. Nestled behind multi-million dollar homes, it’s a long stretch of beach that offers a less active scene. Loyalist to Keawakapu Beach are often found doing yoga, jogging, whale watching, catching the sunset or walking their furry best friends. It is the perfect beach for rest and relaxation. Getting to Keawakapu requires a bit of a trek as parking is limited so don’t pack too much on your beach bag.
There is a parking lot on South Kihei Road on the corner of Kilohana and an unpaved access road by Sarento’s restaurant; both have outdoor showers.