“Lahaina,” or “relentless sun,” was once the royal capital of Hawaii, and the name is apt because this is one of the sunniest places in the state. A former whaling village and one of the island’s most traveled ports, Lahaina is steeped in history and culture wherever you like. There’s historic Lahaina town, where many buildings from hundreds of years ago have been preserved with tremendous care. Take a walk down Front Street and you’ll see just how much there is to this unique town – the shops, the food, the boat harbor that’s still well-trafficked even now. Lahaina also contains several agriculturally-zoned estate properties such as Launiupoko and Puunoa. From these neighborhoods, one will get an expansive view of the town, beach, and ocean below – some of the most beautiful sights on the island. Lahaina also holds several fantastic condominium properties: Lahaina Shores, the Spinnaker, Puamana, Aina Nalu, and Opukeia. Lahaina is truly a one-of-a-kind place, filled with a rich culture and history that has thrived on the West Side. At Lahaina, you can be close to Maui’s rich heritage while still enjoying the best the island has to offer.
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