Beach-on-Map.com The Free Beach Guide HomeMenuHotels

13 Best beaches in Israel

Ultimate guide 2017

Comments

Israel, Ein Bokek beach
Ein Bokek is a popular beach resort area on the Dead Sea in the Jewish part of Israel. So it's comfortable and safe here, though not very budget. Almost all hotels offer a wide range of SPA-services, which are definitely worth the money. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (220 votes)

Find hotels in Ein Bokek
Israel, Tel Aviv, sandspit
Tel Aviv is a capital of Israel. It has a perfect artificial beach. There are a lot of people, while luxury hotels are located close to the shore. However, all of this doesn't spoil the holiday. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (38 votes)
Israel, Eilat beach
Eilat is an Israeli resort area on the Red Sea. This is the only place in Israel where you can comfortably swim all year round. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (159 votes)
Israel, Bat Yam beach
Bat Yam is a southern suburb of Tel Aviv in Israel. The central beach is located in an enclosed lagoon, protected from the waves. There are also few nice beaches with open water. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (247 votes)
Israel, Netanya, Sironit beach
Netanya is a popular resort town on the Mediterranean coast of Israel. Central Sironit beach is perfectly equipped with an excellent set of bars and other entertainment. There are also more secluded and cozy beaches to the north and south. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (103 votes)
Israel, Palmachim beach
Palmachim is a group of wild beaches to the south of Tel Aviv in Israel. The main attractions are beautiful sand dunes, as well as the ruins of the ancient port of Yavne Yam in the south of the beach. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (674 votes)
Israel, Kinneret lake (Sea of Galilee)
Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) is a freshwater lake in the northern Israel. There are everywhere some kinds of beaches, but no one seriously considers this place as a beach destination. Ancient Tiberias town is a main attraction for jews, while christians are focused on the north-west coast, where Jesus did most of his miracles. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (579 votes)
Israel, Herzliya, Pituach beach
Herzliya is a popular beach town to the north of Tel Aviv. Excellent marina with its beaches are the center of water activities in the city. But if you walk in the north direction, the coast will become more secluded without high rise buildings. / read more » /
Rating: 7.0 (468 votes)
Israel, Dead Sea, Kalya beach
Kalya is a beach in the north of the Dead Sea in Israel. There are also Biankini and Neve Midbar beaches nearby. All three beaches have admission fee, but Kalia is the cheapest one. There are strong waves here in a contrast to the southern segment of the Dead Sea. / read more » /
Rating: 6.9 (653 votes)
Israel, Nahariya, Achziv beach
Achziv is a beach to the north of Nahariya town in Israel. Free public beach has two shallow lagoons ideal for families with children. There is also nice Banana beach nearby with an entry fee. / read more » /
Rating: 6.9 (373 votes)
Israel, Beit Yanai beach, parking
Beit Yanai is a coastal village to the north of Netanya in Israel. The beach is not protected from the open sea, so there are often big waves. The beach is great enough both for a secluded beach holiday, as well as for kitesurfing. / read more » /
Rating: 6.8 (343 votes)
Israel, Haifa beach
Haifa is a large city in the northern Israel, known mainly due to the famous Bahai Gardens. Though Haifa is not a world-class beach destination, it has few places for sunbathing and for swimming. / read more » /
Rating: 6.7 (174 votes)
Israel, Dead Sea, Ein Gedi SPA beach, tents
Ein Gedi SPA (Hammei Mazor) is a resort on the Dead Sea in Israel. The beach itself is quite mediocre, but there are few overwater tents giving pretty shadow for those staying in the water. / read more » /
Rating: 6.7 (355 votes)
Open map
Feel free to ask any questions
& get free help from our travel community.
 
Any reviews or ideas are also appreciated:


Comments


[2017-07-28] Sam

Mediterranean Sea in Israel has often dangerous currents. So swim in guarded beaches only!


[2017-07-28] Serge

Israel is an expensive country, but you can save a little. For example, if you want to drink (but have no opportunity to buy water), just walk into any office or shop & ask for a water.

Same for hot sun. If you feel sick, just enter any office with air contitioner and tell honestely that you feel sick and want to spend a little time in a cold room. Most likely you will be also suggested a chair.


[2017-07-24] Vladimir

When choose travel agency in Israel ALWAYS read reviews before!!! The prices are quite the same everywhere, but choosing unknown agency you may face the fraud.


[2015-04-30] Gabriel

Good Dead Sea beaches: Binakini, Never Midbar.

Plus Kalia beach. In Jerusalem take bus number 486 from Central Bus station. Ask bus driver "Kalia beach". He will understand what you need. Next walk about 2 km.


[2015-04-30] Lui

Dead Sea in a day from Jerusalem. Please advise good beach. I don't need any medicine, just a sunbathing...


[2015-03-11] viking

Now it is dangerous in Egyptian Northern Sinai. So I don't recommend this route. Maybe package tour...


[2015-03-11] Marcus

I plan to get from Israel to Egypt (Sharm). Is it possible now?

💖
If you liked this page, please share it on: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
…or any other web-site
 
This will help the project greatly!

We recommend:
Hotels Combined – find the best hotel's fare among 200+ reservation systems
© 2017, Beach-on-Map.com · News · Book · Contacts · Search · Countries