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Multi millionaires, nudists and a great sunset, Arsuf Beach, Shefayim

When Tel-Aviv people talk about Arsuf Beach in Shefayim, they talk about two things, The unbelievable villas that are just meters from the beach and the fact when going to the northern part of the beach you’ll walk into nude people, but the beach is more than that.

Arsuf Beach, Shefaim

Usuriously, I didn’t even hear about Arsuf before the beach was turning into a real-estate venture for multi-milioners, still, they didn’t destroy it totally and the place has a great vibe and worth checking out.

Most people of the city usually hit this beach during Fridays and Saturdays so you won’t be alone on the beach, but it will be less crowded than city.
During the weekdays, the beach is so empty you’ll feel as if you can walk around naked, and some people actually do that right on that beach 🙂

Arsuf is a bit of a struggle to get to, especially if you are bringing lots of gear with you, the beach has a steep hill to go walk down and the parking is not exactly Malibo, still, this is what makes it fun as well.

How to get to Arsuf and Shefayim?

Drive north, 5 minutes after you pass Herzelia,stick to the right until you see the exit for Shefayim, Take a left at the Square and after the tunnel another left at the Square, drive until you see the turn to Arsuf, and from there Its best to ask – that’s how we Israelis do it 🙂

3 Minute Bike Ride on Tel-Aviv’s Boardwalk

The Boardwalk in Tel-Aviv, I must say, is a bit out of style, old lamps strange vintage stone and weird out of fashioned benches. At night, the area in front of Allenby Street and the Opera Tower smells “Strange” and has Homeless people sitting on the benches.

Now that we got all of that all the way, the place, during the day, has a Miami beach vibe! I just love it! So what if it needs to be renovated, if the tourists keep on coming, we will have a new Boardwalk in no time, and we are going to miss this one, that’s how we Israeli’s are 🙂

The Boardwalk Starts In Gordon beach, Passes through Frishman, Trumpeldor, Banana and Geola Beaches and End’s neer yaffo at Alma beach, this Summer I will give you the “complete guide for Tel-Aviv City beaches”, but until then, Here’s my bikeride from last Friday!

Sorry the video jump’s, told you the boardwalk is Wierd 🙂

Have a great Tel-Aviv Summer!

Tel Aviv park near Hilton Hotel

If you are staying at the Tel Aviv Hilton hotel then this you already know that the park right next to the hotel is a great spot to in, but while most of us don’t have the money for the fancy room, the park is still free of charge and is a great place.

Most people who live in the area use this park for walking their dog or reading a book, and even on the hottest days of July and August this view point still gets a bit of wind and great atmosphere.
The best way to get in the park is ether from Hilton beach, (A or B) or from the other side, from Yarkon Street on the corner of Arlozerov.