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Hof Palmahim National Park

Rishon Lezion, Israel
+972 3-726-5633
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Beautiful and clean beach with plenty lifeguards

The beach in Rishon is super clean and beautiful. The water is blue and warm but (this time that... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
mttaylor9
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Baltimore, Maryland
.....More than happy.....!

safe, clean, relax, paradise..... caffee, restorants, great service, air clear, parking is not so... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
vlad721
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Bobrujsk, Belarus
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The Palmachim Beach National Park is a well-known recreation site for beach lovers, but it is also a nature site that preserves the natural beach, coastal limestone ridge and shifting sand dunes. Tel Yavneh-Yam is also located within the national park. The park includes a beach for swimming, indigenous coastal flora and fauna, a huge embankment from the Canaanite city, a sea turtle farm, a visitor service center, chair rental, beach umbrellas for sale, shaded areas on a declared beach, picnic tables, lifeguards during the bathing season and first-aid services. For details regarding bathing times, visit our website.
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The beach in Rishon is super clean and beautiful. The water is blue and warm but (this time that we went) was full of jelly fish. We got dropped off at the handicap entrance where there is a long walkway onto the sand. There are...More

Thank mttaylor9
Reviewed 23 May 2017

safe, clean, relax, paradise..... caffee, restorants, great service, air clear, parking is not so far from

Thank vlad721
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

If you don't need a beach with frills, this is for you. You have to pay 30 shekels to park, but many people park outside the gates and walk in. The beach is quite clean and the water is clear. We enjoyed our afternoon here...More

Thank Buhrdy
Reviewed 16 April 2017

This beach has a long shore. The declared beach is clean and nice to visit. The non-declared beach is very filthy. The are many type of wildlife animals around.

Thank ygotlie
Reviewed 24 January 2017

on Saturdays, twice a day there is a 1 km tour along the beach, emphasizing on animals, plants and history. The tour is very nice, short and interesting. Its suitable for smaller kids I think guide was great, open to questions and discussions, meeting point...More

Thank IreneK k
Reviewed 12 December 2016 via mobile

Clean, peaceful, even when crowded. One of the best beaches in Israel. Great for families with young kids.

Thank actiman
Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

I've been at Plmachim Beach more than 100 times in my life. The place is very natural. the the structure of this beach is very special, because it has like a natural harbor protection from big waves. There's a lack of facilities but it's wilder...More

Thank tal z
Reviewed 17 October 2016 via mobile

Its not busy. Very peacefull. My 6 years old enjoy to play on the beach with some other kids. I really like it. The parking is for free.

Thank Tali Z
Reviewed 10 September 2016 via mobile

When you go to the beach in Israel you want: Sandy beach - check, quiet spot places without too many people - check (at the southern end, outside the formal part of the beach), services - check (at the main part) and clean - this...More

Thank Gil T
Reviewed 1 September 2016 via mobile

I went right before shabbat so it was pretty crowded, but the beach is more beautiful than in tel aviv, and has more locals and fewer tourists. I even saw a hang glidet flying across all the beaches with a banner telling us shabbat candle...More

Thank Alexandra K
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Bernardo B
Hi How can I reach Palmachim beach from Rehovot by public transport? Thanks!
1 August 2016|
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Response from Zeev G | Reviewed this property |
no direct link you can use moovitapp or bus co.il
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