Popular Lettings on Maui
Highlights on Maui
- Exuberant tropical vegetation
- Incredible beaches
- Impressive volcanic landscapes
- Wide range of leisure
- Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Destillery
Most popular on Maui
Prices and availability
Types of Maui holiday rentals
Are you organizing a trip to Maui and need accommodation? On Holidu we make it very easy for you to find the perfect place to enjoy an unforgettable stay in a comfortable, fast and simple. Thanks to our powerful search engine for holiday rentals between individuals, you can choose between numerous rentals and luxury villas that best fits your budget and your preferences. The most common type of accommodation in Maui are the villas, located mainly in the coastal areas of Wailea-Makena and Lahaina, very close to paradisiacal beaches and spectacular scenery. But you'll also find a large number of them in Haiku-Pauwela. Thousands of villas fully equipped with all the most modern comforts to make your stay unforgettable. But it is also common to have a garden, swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi. Many of them with wonderful sea views. In terms of capacity, the most abundant villas are those that have space for 4 people, so they are perfect for families and small groups of friends. Book your villa in Maui today and come enjoy the best experience of your life!Why book a villa in Maui?
Renting a villa in Maui is always synonymous with fun. No matter where you go, you'll always find something entertaining to see or do, something cultural to visit or something incredibly beautiful to delight yourself with. An island where dreams come true. Whether it's the simple pleasure of sitting down to watch the sunset on a paradise beach, playing golf on some of the world's best courses, hiking in charming villages, exploring the fascinating underwater bottoms or winding trails leading to lush tropical forests filled with dizzying waterfalls. . Therefore, it is not surprising that their inhabitants boast of them with the phrase "Maui no ka oi" (Maui is the maximum) and that it is known as the "magic island" or the "island of the valley". A destination where incredible natural landscapes and sleepy villages coexist in perfect harmony with the resorts and luxury villas where tourists stay. Where luxury combines with simplicity like no other island. Perfect for those travellers who enjoy extreme diversity in their activities, for those who seek the comfort of big cities but, at the same time, know how to appreciate tranquillity and who love to discover unique landscapes. Need more reasons to rent a villa in Maui for your next holiday?
Holidays in Maui
The area and how to find your way around
Maui is an island that belongs to the Hawaiian archipelago and has a population of approximately 144,000. The second largest in the archipelago and the third most populated. Composed by two volcanoes that join in an isthmus, which makes its orography is dominated by volcanic mountains.The best areas to rent a villa in Maui
If you're looking for the comfort of having everything at hand, then you're looking for holiday rentals in cities that remind you of Marbella. These rentals are fully equipped, as if they were your own house. Some of them even have a swimming pool and barbecue area to enjoy pleasant moments outdoors. They are mainly located in the south and west of Maui. On the other hand, its vegetation is so diverse and exuberant that it is worth reserving a villa in the middle of nature to appreciate its beauty. These are spacious houses, generally with access to the beach, which will allow you to enjoy a few days of relaxation. However, if you prefer, you can also find wonderful options in the interior of the island. The west coast is the most popular for tourism, as it concentrates the largest supply of holiday rentals. The city of Lahaina, the largest urban centre, stands out. But you'll find other places equally recommended, such as Kihei, with a really impressive coastline, and Wailea, with some of the best beaches and resorts in the area. The east coast contrasts with the west, as it is much less developed and the vegetation is the main protagonist. This side of the island of Maui is ideal if you are looking for dream waterfalls, picturesque landscapes and historic sites. Hawaiian flowers and fruit trees flood a region where Haleakala Crater is born. Do you already know where you want to rent your villa in Maui?
Types of travellers and activities
Snorkel and see its beautiful reefs at Makena Beach or the small island of Molokini, ideal for its colourful sea bed. For diving, the beaches of Ulua, Maluaka and Mokapu stand out. Surfers prefer Kahului (west) and Cove Park (south), while windsurfers prefer the beaches of Waialua (north). Book your villa near the beach to spend as much time as you like enjoying your favourite sport!Maui for lovers of wild nature
The options are endless, but the area of Hana stands out. About 88 kilometres of forests, mountains, cliffs and bridges, passing through all kinds of microclimates. An escape that will make you evade reality. The Waianapanapa State Park, with a beautiful black sand beach and a cave with a beautiful natural swimming pool, is well worth a visit - a real paradise to rent your villa!
Did you know that its name comes from the demigod Maui who created the Hawaiian archipelago by fishing it from the bottom of the sea?
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Its waters are home to thousands of humpback whales. They migrate from Alaska to the warm waters of the Pacific during the months of December and April to reproduce. If you want to see these imposing animals weighing 40 tons, nothing better than a certified excursion. An experience reminiscent of those being carried out in South Africa for the sighting of the great white shark.2. Play golf on dream courses
Here you will find facilities that offer you all kinds of comforts. It has a dozen golf courses that have been designed by legends such as Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. In line with other European dream courses, such as Old Head Golf Links in Ireland or Adamstal Franz Wittmann Golf Club in Austria.3. Walk on Haleakala crater
This crater is located in Haleakala National Park and is one of the most beautiful places in Maui. It is 3,050 metres high and is the largest dormant volcano in the world. In addition to breathtaking views of the island, it is covered with beautiful vegetation.4. Take a dip in the seven sacred pools
The Ohe'o Gulch swimming pools are one of the most visited places in Maui. Idyllic pools that descend to the ocean and are the perfect combination of water and vegetation. Natural pools that also occur in other parts of the world, such as those of the river Verzasca in Switzerland.5.Visit Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Destillery
If you are a great vodka lover and want to know more about its history, you can not miss a visit to this distillery. Throughout the visit you can learn many curiosities about the origin of the drink and its production in Hawaii. And, at the end of the tour, the best. A tasting that will allow you to taste the delicacies that are manufactured in the establishment.