North Shore - Haleiwa to Mokuleia
Beautiful Beaches, Breathtaking Beach Homes
Welcome home to the laid-back surfers’ paradise of the North Shore, located an hour from bustling Waikiki and home to over seven miles of pristine white beaches. Known for its epic surfing, the North Shore calls many of the world’s best borders, but it’s also a quiet, laid-back town perfect for swimmers, adventurers, shoppers, and those in search of a luxurious retreat with an unbeatable view.
Relax and Enjoy Beach Life in a Surf Town
The North Shore is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Miles of white sand and rocky cliffs and outlets await swimmers and jumpers and borders and sunbathers. From the North Shore Beach, boasting stretches of wide white sand perfect for picnickers and sun-tanners, to Waimea Bay and Ehukai Beach, home to winter waves and summer swimming holes, there’s a quiet spot for every pastime.
After a day at the beach, there’s no better retreat than Hale’iwa Town, a laid-back surf town restored from the days when much of the area was plantation land. No longer home to industry, Hale’iwa is now a place to browse surf shops and boutiques, stroll through art galleries, and indulge in the very finest local cuisine.
Surf Mecca of the World
Waimea Bay first became popular back in the 1950’s when big-wave surfing first began to surface. Today, it is still a mecca for surfers around the world, boasting an epic challenge for even the most seasoned of surfers in the winter season (November through February) and calming considerably to incorporate beginners and even swimmers in the summer season (May through September).
It is home to worldwide premiere surfing competitions, including the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing (held in November – December) and the Quicksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau Surf Competition, a rare event that has only happened eight times in the past 24 years. This special event only happens when waves are absolutely right and the world’s most elite surfers are called in.
Polynesian Cultural Center
The Polynesian Cultural Center is a tribute to many Pacific Island cultures, including Hawaii, Fiji, Aotearoa, Samoa, Tahiti, Tonga and Easter Island. Here, you can enjoy traditional Hawaiian food, art, and entertainment while learning Pacific Island history through tours of historic villages, cinema presentations, and exhibits. The cultural center also offers canoe tours of a lagoon and the Hukilau Marketplaces, which features Polynesian handiwork, art, and treats.
Hawaii Public Schools
The North Shore is served by Hawaii Public Schools, which offers exemplary educational experiences, in the classroom and beyond. There are three schools in the North Shore, Waialua Elementary School, Hale’iwa Elementary School, and Waialua High and Intermediate School.
Breathtakingly Beautiful O'ahu Homes
The homes in North Shore are utterly breathtaking — from their stately modern architecture, to their unbeatable white-sand oceans views.
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