The Largest, Most Secluded Beach In Hawaii Absolutely Needs To Be On Your Island Bucket List

With approximately 750 miles of stunning coastline, the Hawaiian Islands are easily home to some of the world’s best beaches. From tiny coves to mile-long stretches of sand, these beaches come in a variety of sizes. But which of Hawaii’s countless incredible beaches is the longest? There’s Oahu’s Waimanalo and Kauai’s Polihale, but our favorite is Papohaku Beach, located on the western tip of Molokai. I bet you didn’t think that one of Hawaii’s longest beaches would be found on one of the smallest of the archipelago’s main islands, did you?

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Papohaku Beach is located at West End Mile 14.9 Kaluakoi Road in Maunaloa on the small Hawaiian Island of Molokai. Want more secluded beaches to check out? These 13 remote beaches are positively stunning.