Paia (pah-ee-ah) is in Maui County
, on the northern coast of the island of Maui. It is the last town on the Hāna highway when heading eastbound
towards Hāna boasting spectacular vacation lodging, accommodation, and condo rental and vacation rental options.
Paia is located close to many internationally known windsurfing spots
and Spreckelsville). Therefore it is sometimes called 'The World Capital of Windsurfing'. Divided into Lower Paia and Paia, this hospitable community was once a booming plantation town during the heyday of Maui's sugar cane industry. Today Paia is a town of colorful, rustic storefronts filled with local art galleries, one-of-a-kind shopping boutiques, restaurants and locally owned accommodations
, vacation rentals and condo rentals. The "Fish Market" at Paia's main intersection is moderately well known throughout the island for its Mexican and Hawaiian food.
For golf lovers, the Maui Country Club
, only 3 miles away, is a must. Since its establishment in 1925, the Maui Country Club has hosted golf and good times for its members and their guests and visitors. Today, with a new clubhouse, six tennis courts, swimming pool, fitness center, restaurant and ballroom, the Club has become their comfortable home away from home. Book your next Maui holiday accommodation or vacation rental and make it your home from home!
Located in the heart of Waikapu, Maui Tropical Plantation
offers splendid views of Haleakala Crater and the West Maui Mountains. It is a 60-acre plantation complete with free tasty samples and a scenic narrated tram tour through acres of tropical fruits and beautiful flowers.
Follow with an exciting helicopter tour, land in the Field of Dreams and top off the evening with an exclusive Gazebo Garden dinner reception. These are just a few of the activities available at this are beautifully landscaped location with colorful tropical flowers, swaying palm trees and lush greenery.
Paia is a reflection of its history as a booming sugar cane plantation town with its old plantation style wooden buildings still intact. This quaint little beach town has an array of fine specialty shops, boutiques, surf shops, antique stores, bakeries, and even an old fashioned tattoo parlor.
Award winning restaurants offer casual and full service dining with local and international culinary delights. Not to mention the many picturesque accommodations and vacation rentals available.