Ewa Beach, or simply Ewa, is located along Mamala Bay on the leeward side of Oahu. Ewa, meaning “stray” in Hawaiian, was a Hawaiian settlement dating back at least to the 12th century. Before it became a town, it was first a huge plantation with 11,000 acres. Ewa is significant for its association with Ewa Sugar Plantation, which played an influential role in Hawaii’s culture, economy, and politics throughout the 20th century.
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