This beach is on the north shore of the island of Hawaii. It's a paradise in the middle of the Pacific, just a few miles from Honolulu. It has fine sand, turtles and no one around. There is no accommodation, no beach shacks, no apartments, and no town nearby.
When we toured Hawaii, we took the Hawaii Volcano Tour on Big Island to see the Kilahuea volcano. The tour takes all day, and starts quite early, so take that into account if you're traveling with children. However, you're sure to be blown away by the walk in the lava field, traveling through the tunnel, seeing the river of lava, craters, and of course the mouths of the volcanoes and the red glow of the volcano at dusk. One recommendation: Do not even think about taking a stone from the volcano as a souvenir because, according to legend, the volcano goddess Pele will put a curse upon you. Indeed, there is a site full of stones returned by people, hoping that Pele will lift the curse!
Here you can stop and buy products (no free samples in the gift shop), but I wouldn't say it's an unmissable place to visit. There are videos explaining the process, and you can see the assembly line where employees prepare sweets and chocolates with macadamia nuts.