About 12 kilometers of spectacular and spacious beaches adorn Ashkelon, a city whose sea is evident in its character at every step. The manicured and clean beaches of the southern pearl, some of which seem pristine and wild, are perfect not only for a refreshing swim, but also for an evening stroll in any season. Also, Along the beaches there is a large and beautiful promenade that is part of the way on cliffs overlooking the sea, and pleasant wide lawns, decorated with trees and spacious lawns. The promenade is located on the edge of a ridge adjacent to the sea, and allows vacationers a trip with a bonus: a spectacular view of the sea and the outskirts of the city. When visiting the city, do not miss a visit to the rich, sunny and peaceful beaches of Ashkelon, one of the city's most prominent landmarks.
The marina in Ashkelon is an international marina with 600 berths for yachts. The spectacular marina is immersed in a magical atmosphere and magnetizes to it regular and casual blazers, sea lovers, who flock to it at any hour of the day.
Six bathing beaches are available during the bathing season all days of the week, including holidays.
A tidy bathing beach accessible to the disabled, with an area for renting sun loungers and parasols, toilets and showers and two buffets on the beach.
Bar Kochba Beach:
Perhaps the most beautiful beach in the city. Because the beach has two lifeguard booth the beach has become very wide. The beach has breakwaters so it is a beach with relatively calm water. The beach is handicapped accessible and has toilets and changing rooms, sun loungers and parasols for hire, and buffets.
The beach of the national park:
Entrance to this beach is only possible with a paid entrance to the national park. The great advantage of this beach is that even on usually busy days this beach is relatively vacant. This beach has no breakwaters so the water is relatively stormier. I highly recommend going to this beach if you have a cache subscription from the Nature and Parks Authority.
The separate beach:
A beach intended for the religious public and has separate days for men (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays) and women (Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays). The beach is beautiful and clean, and has all the beach services needed.