- Allenby Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo
About Jerusalem Beach
Extremely popular among young Israelis and tourists alike, while the facilities of Jerusalem Beach aren’t as shiny and new as those of the renovated Gordon or Frishman Beaches, it’s the place to go if you want a lively atmosphere. On any given sunny day, you’ll find hundreds of people sprawled out on the beach, taking in the sun, listening to music, playing matkot (beach paddle ball) or volleyball and swimming in the sea. There is also a cafe on the beach.
Jerusalem Beach is in the center of Tel Aviv’s coastline, where Allenby Street meets the Herbert Samuel Promenade right across the street from the Opera Tower.
Busses 13, 16, 17, 19, 66 and 166 all stop near the corner of Ha-Yarkon and Allenby Streets. Sherut line 16 also stops on the same corner, and Sherut line 4 stops at the corner of Allenby and Ben Yehuda Streets
There are Tel-O-Fun bike rental stations at 21-23 Allenby Street and 23 Herbert Samuel Promenade
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): No lifeguard on duty
Summer (May-October): Sun-Sat from 7:45 am to sundown
Food & Drink
- Prime Grill (Opera Tower)
- Aroma (Opera Tower)
- Burger Ranch (Opera Tower)
- Public restrooms
- Chair rental
- Children’s play area
- Outdoor showers
- Fitness area
- Shade structures