You Can Visit The Small Town In Hawaii That Inspired The Disney Movie “Lilo And Stitch”

From Kauai to Hawaii Island and everywhere in between, the Hawaiian Islands are home to some of the country’s most charming small towns. Located on the southern coast of Kauai between Waimea and Koloa is Hanapepe, one of the islands’ best-kept secrets. Hanapepe also has a pretty cool claim to fame: it served as the inspiration for the fictional town in the 2002 Disney classic “Lilo and Stitch.” Read on to discover all of the charming details.

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Address: Hanapepe, HI 96716

Have you ever visited this charming small town in the Aloha State? What about the town’s two coolest attractions: the Hanapepe Swinging Bridge and this beach made entirely out of sea glass?