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A view of Shipwreck Beach on Kauai

Keoneloa Bay translates to mean "long sand." The sandy shoreline has also been nicknamed Shipwreck Beach after a wooden boat washed ashore in the 1970s, although the wreck has since disappeared, the nickname has stuck. Keoneloa Bay sits along the Māhāʻulepū Heritage Trail and the shoreline can be accessed at its southern end via a path from the Hyatt Hotel near the Makawehi/Pā‘ā dunes.

While you explore Kauai's Historic Culture, book a relaxing stay in one of our Kauai Beachfront Rentals to make the most of your Hawaiian vacation.

Contact our Concierge Service to book an activity or learn more about activities in the area to ensure your Hawaiian vacation is perfect in every way!