The Tiny Town In Hawaii That’s Absolute Heaven If You Love Antiquing

A wistful affection for the past is perhaps most felt while amongst vintage items and antiques. Due to Hawaii’s unique history, the islands are full of amazing relics of the past, most often found in antique shops. And while antique shops can be hard to come by in Hawaii, there is one little town that is an antique lover’s paradise. Located just 10 miles south of Kailua-Kona on Hawaii Island’s sunny Kona Coast is Kealakekua, a tiny little town that’s home to plenty of charm and a handful of phenomenal antique shops.

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Want to explore more of Hawaii Island’s Kona Coast? Check out the Aloha State’s most criminally overlooked town: Captain Cook.