Tel Aviv has 13 beaches in total, but according to the Environmental Protection Ministry the two cleanest beaches are:
- Hof Hat Zuk Yzafor (Hatzuk Beach/Mandarin Beach)
- Hof Accadia North
There is also one beach which is called Nordau (Separated) Beach as it is only for orthodox relgious people. There are days for men and days for women, but Saturday it is open to all.
Experience the arts:
- Tel Aviv Museum of Art; Cameri Theatre; New Israel Opera; Cinematheque
- Rabin Square; Dizengoff Square; Masaryk Square
Other areas of Tel Aviv
The North: Quiet, tree-lined streets, a more suburban feel. Where Tel Aviv University is located.
The Heart: Dynamic and trendy with numerous art galleries, stylish places to dine, and great night life. 24 hour hustle and bustle.
The South: Eclectic mix of people and markets, location of the most historic synagogues and Tel Aviv’s only active mosque.
Jaffa (Yafo): One of the oldest cities in the world. Full of historic attractions like the Clock Tower, Andromeda Rock, Zodiac Alleys, Kedumum Square…
What are you waiting for? Book your flights to Tel Aviv and experience the Mediterranean Sea from the viewpoint of Israel.