Rural agricultural community with outstanding beaches.
Welcome to Kilauea
Kilauea’s real estate includes plantation cottages in Kilauea Town, breathtaking multi-acre estates perched above Kauapea or Secret's beach, enchanting tropical hideaways, and verdant valley rim lots. The larger lots offer an abundance of land, whether you’re looking to grow your own organic crops or simply enjoy the peacefulness of living in your own private haven. The community’s diverse topography means homes enjoy views over rivers, waterfalls, and the shimmering ocean.
What To Love
- Rural small town setting
- Multi-acre estates
- Kilauea Town
- Agricultural vibe
- Excellent beaches
- Peaceful atmosphere
People & Lifestyle
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
With delicious food and coffee, Kilauea Bakery & Pizza is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Coffee lovers will also want to check out Trilogy, known for its artisanal espresso blends and local teas. Kauai Juice Co. uses scrumptious local fruits for its cold-pressed drinks, and The Healthy Hut Market & Café is both a great grocery store and another fine spot for coffee and locally-sourced juices.
In terms of entertainment, The Bistro brings together fantastic European-Hawaiian fusion cuisine and live performances in a plantation-style open courtyard and for a Kauai-style wine bar, don't miss the salads and flatbreads at Palate. When it comes to groceries, the weekly Kilauea Sunshine Market offers a wide selection of fresh island produce.
Things to Do
Local beaches include tree-lined surf spot Kalihiwai Beach, rugged and dramatic "Kahili" or Rock Quarry Kahili Quarry Beach, and incredibly spacious and secluded Kauapea or Secret Beach. The wildlife refuge surrounding historic Kilauea Lighthouse is a fantastic place to see unique variety of bird species and catch a glimpse of spinner dolphins, humpback whales, and sea turtles.