The famous Tel Aviv coastal strip is about 14 km long and stretches from Herzliya to Bat Yam. It is 13 official beaches. Each of these beaches has bathrooms and changing rooms, a rescue station, lifeguard, pergolas, chairs, and sunbeds for rent, and special chairs for disabled people that help them float on water. You will also find different play areas.
Consider borrowing checkers, backgammon shovels and toy pails for free. There are beach libraries that operate in a few beaches including Metzizim, Jerusalem, Hatzuk, and Gordon beaches. One of the best ways to get around in this city and ensure that you have visited every exciting beach is to rent a car in Tel Aviv for convenient transport. Here are some of the best Beaches in Tel Aviv.
Along with the gay scene, this beach has also captured the water-sports market widely. The Sea Centre Club provides kayaking and windsurfing classes. There are special lessons for children and beginners too. With many restaurants providing varied sea food, Hilton Beach is an excellent choice for a day or even night-time chill-out, winter or summer.
Jerusalem (Geula) Beach
Also referred to as the ‘Matkot’, the incessant tick tacking of this particular game loved by both Israel and other beach-goers is common here. You can either join for a heated game or just cool off in the water. Across the street, different beach-goers nosh at Tel Aviv’s Abulafia, a famous Arabic bakery or buy fresh juice and shakes at Shakes Pree. Tzfoni Be Tayelet, a beach café, is spacious and that makes a perfect place when it comes too catching the sunset.
This beach takes pride in excellent volleyball courts and a stunning seawater swimming pool that is surrounded be perfect lawns you can lounge on. You will also find a myriad of restaurants on the boardwalk that serve huge portions of classics including fresh fish, Israeli breakfast, different salads, and sandwiches. After sundown, many outdoor bars offer sun burnt parties with after-hours fun with drinks and dancing.
You can find many beachside eateries providing good food, a super-chilled atmosphere, and a late-night lounge bar at this legendary beach. It has decent toilets, a playground, and a prime location (only a short drive from Tel Aviv City). That makes Mezizim Beach a perfect choice for both young patron and families.
Straight ahead is the blue water of the sea, to the right is the stunning Jaffa, and the right appears to be juxtaposed with the lively Tel Aviv’s hotel-lined strip. Clara, one of the massive glitzy bars, is nearby and looks like its perched on a cliff overlooking the blue water with an outstanding view of the ancient Jaffa’s skyline.
This is a wide, white sandy beach with a shallow entry into the seawater. This makes it a great place for people with children. If you tend get antsy laying around during the day, you can join volleyball games or take a trail walk and stay active in the sun.