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Kailua is the third-largest city on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. It is just south of the Mokapu Peninsula on the east coast of the island. Kailua has an old stone sacrificial temple, known as Ulupo Heiau, on its outskirts.

Oashu's eastern coast is known as the Windward Coast because of its exposure to the northeast trade winds. As a result, Kailua Bay is very popular with people who like sailing and kayaking. Kailua has developed in a major provider of services related to sailing. Boats can be rented and sailing schools are available. Kailua Bay is also excellent for swimming. Offshore, Popoia Island is a bird sanctuary that is popular with kayakers.

There is a wide range of accommodation in Kailua and there are many restaurants. Kailua is just south of where the Pali Highway meets the coast, some 15 km northeast of Honolulu.


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