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Our charming town of Kilauea five minutes away, has some of the island's best food, shopping and art. Over the last few years new shops. added to the well established have created center.  The previous sugar plantation has had two waves of change. For many the town is home.   The center of town has had grown up in two waves.  Kilauea Bakery with extensive menu faces the court,  The Bistro offers a happy hour, perfect for a late lunch. Kilauea Fish Market is take out or outdoor eating. The Healthy Hut stocks organic foods are still busy with their favorites.


Recently  Kilauea Market and Cafe is convenient with its wide variety food, household goods, large wine choices, and menu for the Cafe. Trilogy is a great coffee bar, Kauai Juice is excellent, Kai bar is great for breakfast and lunch. And four new excellent restaurants have opened. 

Kung Lung Trading  is known for its quality and lasting items. Fine clothing is at Oscars, There are several clothing, surf shops, gift shops. 

Kauai is the island with the most beaches: Rock Quarry, Pila'a, Kalihiwai are all in Kilauea.  Anini and Secrets beaches are quiet 

and nearby Hale Kokio. A few close by Hale Kokio.In the outskirts of town you will find Anaini Hou Center hosting the Kilauea Farmers Markets  twice a week and the Pavilion has a weekly schedule of entertainment some from the island some guests. 


The Kilauea Lighthouse and Lookout point are just outside town. 

We are not far from Princeville or Hanalei going north and Kapa'a is a short drive headed east. Each have their own story. The road to the famous Na Pali Coast is  fifteen miles from town and passes through through Princeville and Hanalei.  
Take the North Shore Shuttle from Hanalei for a relaxing view along the beaches and Botanical Gardens to the famous  Na pali Coast and Ke'e and Kalalua Trail.   

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