D.T. FLEMING BEACH PARK
This quiet, out-of-the-way beach cove, named after the man who started the commercial growing of pineapples on the Valley Isle, is a great place to take the family. The crescent-shaped beach, located north of the Ritz-Carlton hotel, starts at the 16th hole of the Kapalua golf course (Makaluapuna Point) and rolls around to the sea cliffs at the other side. Ironwood trees provide shade on the land side. Offshore, a shallow sandbar extends to the edge of the surf. The waters are generally good for swimming and snorkeling; sometimes, off on the right side near the sea cliffs, the waves build enough for body boarders and surfers to get a few good rides in. This park has lots of facilities: restrooms, showers, picnic tables, barbecue grills, and a paved parking lot.
Maui has beautiful beaches on South, West and East side.
D.T. Fleming Beach Park
Kamaole III Beach Park
Oneloa Beach (Big Beach)
Hookipa Beach Park
Waianapanapa State Park
Maui beaches are gorgeous. You should carry plenty of sunscreen, water and have a great time.