Average annual temperature: 80-90
Average annual rainfall: 12"
Elevation: Sea level to 100 feet
Population (Kihei/Wailea): Approx. 60,125
Wailea and Makena are defined by well-built, upscale homes, gated communities, manicured lawns and tree-shaded streets. Multi-million-dollar hotels sit regally on their exquisite beachfront perches and are enjoyed by thousands of visitors annually. Five golf courses are an integral part of the Wailea/Makena area. They stretch north to south with both mountain and ocean vistas. Wailea is generally acknowledged as one of the finest planned resort communities in the world. Wailea's 1500 acres are home to some of the best hotels in the world, most notably the Four Seasons and Grand Wailea resorts, along with a great mix of single-family homes, condominiums and sporting facilities. Because the hotels offer so many shopping opportunities to their guests, there isn't much in the way of services in Wailea itself.
The Shops at Wailea provide upscale retail and dining to residents and visitors.Moving southward, Wailea gives way to Makena, boasting more natural beauty with Maluaka and Makena beaches. As the road continues south of Makena, it winds past beachfront homes and ends at La Perouse and Ahihi Bay and acres of lava fields, stark remnants of Mt. Haleakala's most recent volcanic activity. If you are interested in Wailea/Makena homes for sale, feel free to contact us, we are happy to assist.
Average annual temperature: 80-90
Average annual rainfall: 6-10 inches
Elevation: Sea level to 85 feet
Population (Kihei/Wailea): Approx. 60,000
Kihei is one of the fasting-growing communities on the island very due to its sunny, dry climate and beautiful beaches. This tourist mecca covers a long strip of coastline stretching five miles from North Kihei to Wailea. It has numerous shopping centers.Two of the larger centers are Azeka Place I and II and the Pi'ilani Shopping Center. There are a number of hotels, as well as condominium complexes and residential neighborhoods throughout. Kihei residents are served by three large chain grocery stores: Safeway, Star Market and Foodland, a post office branch, all major church denominations, three schools and the Kihei Community Center with an Olympic-sized swimming pool whichhosts a number of swimming events both regionally and internationally.
The three major banks on Maui are represented with branches in Kihei, and there is a new library in the center of town, across the street from the movie theater complex. There are a couple of open-air markets with merchants selling local crafts, fresh produce, tropical clothing, souvenirs and a variety of other goods. Sports enthusiasts enjoy a number of gyms, a youth center, lighted baseball diamonds and, of course, every conceivable ocean activity. The community is home to a research and technology park where a computing center is located. The computers are linked to the telescopes atop Mount Haleakala. The park is designed to attract technology and other clean industry to the island economy. Nearby is the Ellair Golf Course and the newest luxury residential condominium complex known as Hokulani Golf Villas.
Some of Maui's most beautiful beaches line the coast of Kihei, stretching in a nearly unbroken chain from Kihei's neighbor community to the north, Ma'alaea, all the way to Big Beach at Makena. The beaches and beach parks attract thousands of visitors every year, and lifeguards attend some of the busier beaches. Begin your search for Kihei homes for sale.
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