Slightly off the beaten path and nestled amidst the cool, lush slopes of dormant Hualalai Volcano, lies the idyllic heart of Kona Coffee farmland and the quaint artist community of Holualoa – where some of Kona’s best real estate can be found.
Located just 10-minutes up the hill from Historic Kailua Village, Holualoa real estate is an ideal environment for harvesting the unique Kona coffee bean, and is an undeniably great place to call home. The village beams with vintage charm, featuring several small businesses, churches, and well-known accommodations such as the famous pink Kona Hotel and the picturesque Holualoa Inn.
Real estate in Holualoa sits directly within the ideal location for growing coffee, known as the “Kona Coffee Belt”, a 30-mile strip of land running almost parallel to the Kona coastline, ranging from 700 to 3200 feet above sea level. Starting north at Makalei, the coffee belt proceeds south through Koloko, Holualoa, Kainaliu, Kealakekua, Captain Cook, Honaunau, and ending in Opihale.