Israel Beaches

The Israel beaches are a great destination for some relaxation time on a trip to the Middle East. When planning a vacation to the ancient country of Israel there are many tours available to ensure you see all the country has to offer, including trips to historical attractions around the country, but when you’re looking for some relaxation time on your own, you might plan a visit to the beach.

Stunning views, crystal-clear water, and white sands made the beaches in Israel some of the most beautiful in the world. From the beach in Eilat to the beaches of the Mediterranean and Dead Sea, you will have plenty of sun-drenched expanses of sand and sea to choose from when selecting a beach in Israel that best suits your vacation plans.

With so many options, it’s difficult to name the best Israeli beaches, but for water sports, some of the most popular are in southern Israel, near Eilat. The options for a beach in Eilat provide an assortment of activities both on land and in the water. The country’s southernmost city, situated at the tip of the Red Sea, provides resort hotels, designer shops, and bars and restaurants on land while the blue waters of the gulf offer water activities that include swimming, snorkeling, diving. and jet skiing.

For those interested in the local wildlife, a picturesque beach in Eilat featuring active marine life is the Dolphin Reef Beach. Perfect for relaxing and swimming, the beach is also popular for observing the acrobatic dolphins that frequent the water. The Red Sea beaches are a popular tourist destination with pristine beaches and inviting waters for scuba divers.

Further inland along the Jordanian border, the Dead Sea beaches are known worldwide for their high salt content making swimming and floating an easy feat and for its soothing and therapeutic mud.

Popular Mediterranean beaches in Israel are found along the seacoast at Herzliya, Haifa, Netanya, Michmoret, Caesarea, and Tel Aviv. The Israel beaches in Herzliya, for instance, are located near luxury neighborhoods that keep the beaches exceptionally clean and well-maintained with manicured landscapes.

Michmoret Beach, located near Haifa and Caesarea, is secluded with natural rock walls providing calm water for swimming. Also in Haifa, which is a popular coastal resort city, Carmel Beach, located at the base of Mount Carmel, is a favorite area for surfing, kite surfing, and windsurfing.

Not far from Haifa, a beautiful and romantic beach in Israel is the Caesarea Aqueduct Beach with its historical aqueduct built 2,000 years ago by the Romans. Quiet and peaceful, the beach is perfect for swimming as it has a natural pool surrounded by rocks.

The city of Netanya, located between Haifa and Tel Aviv, is also a popular resort area with approximately nine miles of pristine beach in Israel. Netanya is only about 45 miles from Ben Gurion airport, making it an easy destination to reach for those flying into Tel Aviv.

In Tel Aviv itself, Frishman and Gordon beaches provide the same blue waters, clean sands, and close proximity to restaurants and hotels for tourists. In the southern portion of the city, Alma Beach provides a clean area but no lifeguard, and in the northern section of the city, Baruch and Hatzuk beaches cater to mostly to families.

Israel beaches are popular for their beauty and spectacular snorkeling and diving locations, particularly the Eilat beaches in the Red Sea area and the Coral Reef Nature Preserve, which is one of the top diving spots in the world. Most beaches provide showers, restrooms, and lifeguards, so you need not worry about on-site facilities, and many are free to access, but others require a small fee. Regardless of which one you choose, the selection of stunning beaches in Israel ensures that you’ll have a memorable and relaxing vacation.

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