Kiahuna Beach is a beach in Hawaii. It is located at 14 kilometers from the city of Līhuʻe. There are 17 parking lots available nearby. With 4 food options available nearby, this spot is ideal if you want to get some calories in while you're there. This beach is not very immersive because it is in a urban environment and thus it might be a little noisy.
4 - Pretty windy but beautiful beach
68lesleyb - 9-7-2019
We strolled along near the Sheraton resort and watched some surfers off Kiahuna Beach. The winds were pretty strong both times we went and it looks too rough for swimming / snorkeling although we did see a couple brave swimmers. The views and sunset were beautiful. Lots of people working on their tans.
5 - Warning - Watch out for bag snatchers!
dmlin - 8-2-2019
Awesome beach, but watch out for bag snatchers. If you park your car at the beach access parking lot at the end of Poipu beach road, or anywhere by the turnaround, and you decide to sit anywhere on the beach adjacent to this around, watch out for bag snatchers. We spotted one guy hanging out by the public restrooms and as soon as we went down to the water to cool off, he made a beeline for our stuff. My wife turned around and spotted him walking towards our stuff, he immediately stopped and knelt down and looked around like he wasn't doing anything, she got out of the water and walked back to our chairs and the guy turned around and headed back the restrooms and then disappeared. Looked very suspicious to us. In hind sight, it would have been better to move further down the beach, where it is more difficult to walk on the sand to make a quick get away.
Like I said, awesome beach, great beginner surfing beach, but just watch out for the bad guys, they could have ruined our vacation.
5 - So glad I picked a place that fronts this beach
marimaryap - 4-8-2019
Having stayed at Kiahuna Plantation which fronts this beautiful beach, there's nothing to complain about. Just a few steps from our unit, without having to worry about parking, I was able to enjoy early morning strolls, and my favorite...at dusk when it felt like it was just me, the crashing waves, a lone surfer from afar, and a horizon deflecting orange and purple hues.
There is access to the public but parking can be a struggle because of the beach front resorts (such as Sheraton) making it an advantage for guests checked-in with lesser people to share the shore with.
I find the sand finer here vs Poipu Beach that getting in the water makes it more pleasant to the feet especially without the big rocks. We spent an entire day here beach-bumming it that I wish we could've done one more time before leaving the island.