- Bograshov Beach, Tel Aviv-Yafo
About Bograshov Beach
Bograshov Beach is a popular destination for travelers and locals alike after a stroll down the chic Bograshov Street. Recently restored, the beach features plenty of open space to set up shop for a day in the sun, shaded areas, sun lounger and umbrella rentals, public facilities, refreshment stand and more.
The activity of choice here is definitely matkot (beach paddle ball) which you’ll see and hear people playing everywhere — in the water, next to the water, in the middle of the beach, etc. Watch out for wayward strikes.
Bogroshav Beach is in the middle of the Herbert Samuel Promenade where Bograshav Street meets the promenade.
Bus and Sherut line #4 both run along Ben Yehuda Street, parallel to the beach and promenade. It’s a 2-minute walk if you get out on Bograshov Street.
The closest Tel-O-Fun bike rental stations are at 88 Ben Yehuda Street, the Tel Aviv Marina, the intersection of Bograshov and Pinsker Streets and 21-23 Allenby Street.
You can go to the beach whenever you want, but there are only lifeguards on duty during certain hours, which vary by season.
Winter (October-April): Sun-Sat from 7:45 am to 1:45 pm
Summer (May-October): Sun-Sat from 7:45 am to sundown
Food & Drink
- Public restrooms
- Chair rental
- Outdoor Showers
- Changing facilities