Anaeho'omalu Bay is a place of unparalleled beauty, tranquility and charm. Often referred to as A-Bay, the beach is a long crescent of salt and pepper sand that rims the bay. Peaceful and scenic, long rows of palm trees make A-Bay one of the premier places to photograph a Big Island sunset.
Anaeho'omalu Bay is named for the historic royal fishponds behind the beach. Once a thriving fishing village, today the Anaeho'omalu fishponds are still actively maintained. Along the paved walkway adjacent to the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Hotel are informational signs describing the area.
This is a busy beach. Parking is fairly limited.