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Kapa’a / Kealia
Kapa’a is a census-designated place located on the island of Kaua’i in the county of Kuau’i and Kealia is an unincorporated community that is the nearest neighboring community to Kapa’a. Kapa’a translates to “solid” in the native language of the isles. A large part of the local economy is based in tourism, as is true on most of the islands. The town features a collection of hotels, shops, restaurants and other businesses aimed towards serving the happy travelers that come to their shores. Kealia has a beautiful stretch of open and unspoiled beachfront. The area remains largely undeveloped which only enhances the beauty visitors can see as they stroll along the long paved pedestrian path that follows along its coastline.
Both Kapa’a and Kealia were once part of the ancient Puna and both remain perfect examples of the slower more peaceful style of living embraced on the islands. In the 19th and 20th centuries area was home to sugar cane fields, and the single largest collection of pineapple fields on the island. However, more recently agriculture in Kapa’a has evolved into smaller farms that raise avocados, bamboo, cacao, citrus and vanilla beans. The community of Kapa’a spans 10 square miles of beautiful farmland and breathtaking landscapes and every Wednesday a wonderful little farmers market in the community is filled with fresh produce and the smiling faces of locals. Kealia has golden sands for sunbathing and sand castle building, the waters are perfect for both swimming and body surfing. Amenities along the beach include picnic benches, shelter houses, restrooms and showers as well as a lifeguard on duty daily from 9-5 and warning flags to let visitors know when currents are strong or other dangers are present.[sws_pullquote_right]
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According to the United States Census of 2010, Kapa’a was home to 10,699 residents spread across more than 3,100 households giving the community a population density of 971.2 inhabitants per square mile. According to the census of 2000, the median household income in Kapa’a was $39,448 and the median family income was $45,878. Homes for sale range from modest island homes perfect for those just starting out up through larger homes perfect for growing families. Other real estate options include apartments for rent and condominiums with a variety of amenities for sale or lease. Call local real estate agents today for assistance in your search for the perfect home in the breathtaking island community of Kapa’a.
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