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Manao Beach, Neurim, Hefer Valley

Manao Beach, Neurim, Hefer Valley

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The Manao Neurim beach, recently upgraded and now offers sports training complex with variety of gyms and workshops, as well as a Puccioli lot (beach volleyball -like game). The renewed beach restaurant and the coffee satnd on the cliff. The entire coastal space was built using natural resources, in the design that blends with the sea, according to ecological values. the Manao Nurim beach is a beatiful mediteranian beach with yellow soft sand and amazing water for bathing and surfing.

MANA Restaurant is a great dining spot that offers Israeli dishes that may include Cabbage Salad, Different Fish, Tabula, Zukini Salad, Hamburgers, drinks and deserts.


The beach elevator Netanya

The beach elevator Netanya

The Ministry of Tourism, through the Government Tourism Company, is currently working on the construction of a new elevator that will descend from the cliff promenade in Netanya to the beach. This is the second elevator to be built in the city to bridge the height difference between the cliff promenade and the seafront and will make the spectacular beach of Netanya accessible to young and the elderly, families with small children and babies. The beach elevator near the Island and Ramada hotels) is the second elevator, as another elvator already operates on the Rishonim promenade, which, in addition to being a tourist attraction, also makes the beach fully accessible to people with disabilities. The current elevator - will bridge over a height of 33 m and will be connected to the promenade via an overhead observation bridge. It will include two compartments and will operate in a transparent shaft, which will allow an open view of the sea view. The bottom of the elevator will open to a closed lobby from which there will be an exit to the lower observation deck.

South Beach: Tel Aviv / Jaffa

South Beach: Tel Aviv / Jaffa

The "south beach" area, on the Tel Aviv/Jaffa border, includes quite a few attractions: great beaches, fabulous food, and even one historic museum. Whether you're touring the beach promenade or on your way to or from Jaffa - you'd want to get to know that area. The beach right on the border of Tel Aviv/Jaffa is Alma Beach, one of the most laid-back beaches in Tel Aviv that offers the beautiful view of the port and towers of Old Jaffa. The beach is relatively clean and untouched. There are sunshades and showers but no lifeguard, so be extra careful. There are no sun beds, but there is a sitting area with plastic chairs and tables which are part of the Alma Beach Kiosk, the beach extension of the up-scale restaurant Manta Ray. In the Kiosk you can order some of the restaurant's simpler dishes and nice cocktails. If we're already mentioning Manta Ray (Tel: +972-3-5174773), we must say that it offers fantastic view of the Mediterranean Sea and Old Jaffa and serves great seafood and fish dishes. Breakfasts are especially recommended and a drink with little Tapas on the Manta Ray porch during sunset is a Tel Aviv experience you can't beat. One of the most famous restaurants on the Tel Aviv/Jaffa border is Margaret Tayar's, at 4 Retsif Ha-Aliyah Shenei St. (Tel: +972-3-6824741 – it's recommended you call to check on opening hours because they tend to change with the weather and the mood). Margaret Tayar is an inspired cook who loves to see people enjoying her creations – as fish and other Mediterranean dishes there deserve to be called. We said an historic museum on the beach and we weren't kidding. The Etzel Museum 1947-1948 (Beit Gidi) is located right on South Herbert Samuel Promenade, (Tel:+972-3-5172044).  The Etzel was a paramilitary force that operated against both the British and the Arabs to win Jewish sovereignty, before being incorporated into the Israel Defense Force. This museum follows the campaign to 'liberate' Jaffa in a set of well organized exhibits and English translated materials. Right on the Tel Aviv/Jaffa border you'll find the luxurious hotels Dan Panorama and the David Intercontinental. Both offer a great view of the beach and the Mediterranean, of Old Jaffa on one end and the Tel Aviv skyline on the other - A great view to start your day with.

The Nachsholim Beach Hotel - A beautiful stretch of white beach

The Nachsholim Beach Hotel - A beautiful stretch of white beach

The Nachsholim Beach Hotel is a pearl that has emerged from the sea. A beautiful stretch of white beach at the foot of Carmel is dotted with small houses along the Mediterranean Sea coast.  There are natural bays, lagoons of clear and blue water, small islands close to the coastline, fish, birds, and majestic sunsets. 152 accommodation units, at varying levels, are surrounded by green expanses of grass on all sides, well-maintained vegetation and winding paths between 152 accommodation units of all types: family units, double rooms, "country vacation" rooms, boutique sea rooms that overlook a rare view of the waterfront, "family boutique rooms" in the "Greek Wing" and suites that include a pool/balcony on the first line of the sea.  Between Tel Dor's antiquities site and the Hammazga Museum, which was built by Baron Rothschild as a glass factory, the hotel is situated on the seashore. A secret technique for extracting blue color from marine snails made Dor famous. The shell logo now appears as a design element in the rooms and is the symbol of Nachsholim Beach Hotel. These colors were used to decorate the temple's clothes. We offer an unforgettable vacation in the great outdoors in all seasons of the year, along with courteous, efficient and professional hospitality, free parking and free wireless internet access in the suite rooms and at the reception. The Nachsholim Beach Hotel is legal accessible and supervises by the Commission for Equal Rights for People with Disabilities. It can host group activities, beach events, and private and family events. The accessible facilities are: parking for cars equipped with an elevator, 2 electric vehicle charging stations, standard parking lots, accessible rooms, reception office, restaurant, snack bar (during the summer months), conference halls and a synagogue. The hotel has an accessibility coordinator to whom you can contact for any questions on the subject.

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