Now, thanks to Tourist Israel, SDM got a VIP taste of the hottest beaches in the area.
We are talking maximum tanning places, picturesque views, and fun activities. So whatever you are in the mood for, SDM and Tourist Israel has got you covered!
Here are our favourite beaches….
Of course, the Tel Aviv beach, which stretches over 10km along the Mediterranean is a firm favorite. Divided into over ten individual beaches, each of Tel Aviv’s beaches has its own character and crowd, from the Tzur Beach in the far north of the city which is a favorite with locals and relatively quiet by urban standards, to the central stretch of beaches – Gordon, Frishman, Bograshov, and Dolphinarium Beaches which are always busy, to the Hilton Beach which attracts a gay crowd, or the beaches further south which attract hipsters and locals from Jaffa. Read more about the Tel Aviv Beach in our dedicated article.
Eilat’s Dolphin Beach is located within the Dolphin Reef in Eilat, famed for offering the opportunity to swim alongside dolphins. Pay an entry fee to enter the reef and you get access to a beach which is much quieter than most in the city. The beach has, of course food and drink facilities and relaxation can be taken to the next level with the attractions music-infused relaxation pools.
Read the whole list at Tourist Israel.
Earlier this month, approximately 3,000 people gathered in the Negev desert for this celebratory event, regardless of the Negev’s unbearable high temperatures.
Based on the Burning Man Festival held in Black Rock Desert of Nevada, Israel put its own spin on its first annual incarnation of the festival.
According to Huffington Post, “there were workshops in sculpture, drawing, and touch therapy. There was music and theater. At the “tent of heaven and hell,” participants were chosen at random for one of two fates: getting massages or doing chores.”
Ironically, sources explain that there was only one “hot” commodity at the festival, which was ice, to cool the celebrating individuals down. You could say this festival is one hot party!
Read more at Israel21C.
Jerusalem has built its own beach within the refurbished First Train Station, Times of Israel reports. It includes “a 2,000-square-meter (21,500 square feet) space with its own surfing simulator, beach volleyball court and open beach showers.”
However, if you’re still into experiencing the real deal, for NIS 50, you can board the BeachBus which will take you straight to Tel Aviv’s Banana Beach.
Either way, getting to the beach from Jerusalem just got a lot easier!
Read more at Times of Israel.
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According to Times of Israel, “Guitarist Ronnie Wood, drummer Charlie Watts and touring keyboard player Chuck Leavell were all at hand to witness Judaism’s most sacred spot; Leavell was even photographed wearing a kipa and placing a note at the Kotel — as is customary.”
“Mick Jagger evidently took a jaunt along Israel’s Mediterranean coast, paying a visit to the Roman ruins at Caesarea. Jagger posted a photo standing among the ruins with the Caesarea power plant in the background.”
Read more at Times of Israel.