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Coffee plantations, art galleries, the Halualoa Cafe and the extraordinarily Halualoa Inn make for a nice afternoon visit. Don’t miss the Halualoa Gallery...the Wishkeepers are a unique
Addition to the art market.
We love going up to Holualoa Village...lots of little art studios, a wonderful restaurant/coffee shop across the street is a fun old hotel called the Kona (it's painted pink) a real small town feel. Every fist Friday of the month, there's an art crawl...music, food...More
For the last couple of years on the first friday of each month Holualoa has an evening stroll from 5:30 to 8:30. This is a small village above and close to Kona but a world away in what there is there. Most of the galleries...More
A great little town above Kailua-Kona. Go to the once every first Friday of the month Art After Dark event. Get there early for parking and wander from shop to shop, listening to music at various locations and grab a supreme hot dog, pizza, homemade...More
If you’re wondering what old Hawaii looked like in the plantation days Holualoa Village is it. Cute little town you can easily visit above Kailua Kona. There are some great restaurants and art galleries there, Holukoa Gardens and Dovetail Gallery to name two. And you...More
Instead of buying faux souvenirs at the tourist spots, you should drive up to Holualoa and check out their wonderful galleries, where local artists display their special creations :)). There’s a spacious parking lot near the south end, and the shops/cafes are reached via an...More
We had a very pleasant time visiting the village at the time of the coffee and craft weekend. Very pleasant speaking to all the local growers and artists. Quite a walk from station 1 though and as it was hot it was good to go...More
This little village is just up country from Kona and it is a lovely place to spend a morning or get lunch at the Holuakoa Garden Inn. Great food. Lots of galleries, and shops to visit. Many are closed on Mondays so check first or...More