The Tel Aviv Beaches
Feeling at home in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is located along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea and has a 14 kilometer stretch of beach.
Along that there are some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, each with its own character.
Tel Aviv beaches (from north to south) are:
Tzuk beach, Tel-Baruch North, Metzitzim beach, Nordau beach (separate), Hilton beach, Gordon beach, Frischmann beach, Bugrashov beach, Jerusalem (Yerushalayim) beach, and Aviv beach (drummers' beach).
Every beach in Tel Aviv has its own character
Every beach draws a different kind of population and has a different character. For instance, the central beaches, like Gordon or Frischmann are for tourists and Israelis who want to throw a Frisbee on the beach. Nordau has separate areas for men and women and thus draws more religious people, and the drummers' beach (especially on Fridays) draws a "hippie" crowd, and has drummers' circles, juggling and other such activities.
Apart from the Tzuk beach, all beaches in Tel Aviv are free but have paid parking. Unlike the norm, the Tzuk beach has paid entrance (except for holders of Tel Aviv resident card) and the parking is free. The Tzuk, Metzitzim, Frischmann and Jerusalem are open and have life guards all year long.
Tel Aviv Promenade
The Tel Aviv Promenade and Harbor, which are very close to the beaches, are very entertaining as well. The promenade, as the name suggests, allows for a pleasant walk near the sea, and has restaurants, pubs and coffee houses. The Tel Aviv harbor has many stores, coffee houses, restaurants, bars and clubs and is a central nightly hangout for tourists, people from Tel Aviv and the surrounding cities.
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