Huahine Sights

It's easy to explore Huahine (75 square km [47 square mi]) by rental car, as there is really only one road, albeit with a few forks in it. When you cross the bridge into Huahine Iti you can go either left to Maroe or right to Parea. The road to Haapu leads off to a dead end.

When crossing from Huahine Iti to Nui the same rule applies. Take the left fork to the "busy" town of Fare and the right

fork to the "sacred eel" village of Faaie, via the Belvedere lookout.

Hiring your own boat allows you to circle the island and anchor at the motu; a couple of self-catering villas provide both a car and a boat. There are only one or two restaurants on Huahine Iti; you either eat at your pension, choose a pension with cooking facilities, or drive up to Fare for a wider, though still rather limited, choice.

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  • Beach–Sight

This is both the name of the motu and a great surfing beach at the southern tip of Huahine Iti. It's about 2 km (1 mi) south of the hotel...

Marae Anini

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This marae is located at one of the best locations on the island—virtually on the tip of Parea. It functioned as the island's temple...


  • Town/Village

Situated on the Maroe Bay, this village has a rotunda on the water's edge, a big billboard style map of the island, a buttercup-colored...


  • Town/Village

With its two sizeable lodgings, a white church, small tidy little houses in secluded lanes off the main road, a restaurant, a roadside...


  • Town/Village

This tiny village midway down the east coast has a buttercup-yellow church on one side of the road and a small graveyard on the other,...