Holualoa, HI, is the Center for All Things Coffee, Art, And Farming            

Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, Holualoa is a small town of about 2,000 people. It derived its name from the ancient Hawaiian practice of sledding the long (loa) mountain slopes with wooden sleds (holua) and is quickly becoming the center for all things coffee, art, and farming. Learn more here.

Holualoa is home to some of the best coffee plantations in the world, and the surrounding area is home to a vibrant and growing arts scene. After a day of exploring the coffee industry in the area, you can relax and wind down at beautiful oases in Holualoa, HI. Learn more about Kainaliu, HI, is a Fun-Filled Community. 

Coffee Farms

Holualoa, HI, has a unique combination of soil, elevation, and mild climate that favors the growth of Kona coffee. The Mauka Meadows is one of the most popular coffee farms on the Kona Coffee Belt. Visitors can tour the farm and experience firsthand how a cup of coffee is made. 

The Art Scene

The Holualoa area is home to a thriving art scene. Each year, artists from around the world gather in Holualoa to showcase their work. There are art galleries, workshops, classes, and various festivals and events, such as the Holualoa Music & Light Festival and the Holualoa Village Coffee & Art Stroll.


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