- Nordau Beach, Tel Aviv-Yafo
Nordau (The Separated) Beach
Nordau Beach, just south of Metzitzim Beach, is famous as the only beach in Tel Aviv with separate days for men and women meant to cater to the religious Jewish community. It also has high walls on both sides to shield it from view of the surrounding beaches.
If you aren’t to opposed to the general concept, it’s actually one of the quietest beaches in the city and has great facilities, including a snack kiosk.
Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday are women-only days, and Monday, Wednesday and Friday are men-only days. Saturday the beach is open to all.
Nordau Beach is located between Hilton Beach and Metzitzim Beach, where Havakuk Street meets the Shlomo Lahat Promenade.
Busses 4, 9, 13, 55 and 105 all stop on Ben Yehuda Street near Nordau Street, as well as Sherut line 4. It’s about a 5 minute walk from Nordau and Ben Yehuda to the beach.
The closes Tel-O-Fun bike rental stations are at 12 Namal Tel Aviv 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
- Children’s play area
- Outdoor showers
- Changing rooms
- Fitness area