Shipwrecks (Keoneloa Bay)
A.K.A. Keoneloa Bay • Photo by Wasabi
A great boogie boarding beach due to its steep shore break (be careful if you are a novice). Rocky points offer some fun exploration. Public parking. Facilities.
- Beach walks
- Shell searching
- Family days
It’s usually sunny and less crowded than other Po’ipu beaches. Also famed for the Harrison Ford and Anne Heche plunge from the cliff in "6 Days and 7 Nights".
Dangerous waves breaking on rocks, ledges and reefs. Sharp coral and slippery rocks.
Mostly sandy shoreline with sandstone points. Mixed reef and sand underwater.
Not Good For
Swimming with small children can be fun on calm days, but the steep beach can create a tricky undertow and waves that break right on the sand. Swim with caution.