Jaffa port located next to the beach. Lovely restuants, nice souvenir shops. Very pleasant place to visit .
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Even though there was a storm coming in with rain and strong winds, we loved the port. You could see Tel Aviv in the distance. Sea spray got us a couple of times. Be sure to take care of cameras. There were many stone buildings...More
There's a park adjacent to the port where people are walking in the evening...it's quite dark, but it's also safe and enjoyable to walk along the water.
We enjoyed our evening at Jaffa Port. There are a half-dozen or so restaurants to choose from, including two on the night we visited featuring live music. We ate at Old Man and The Sea. It probably wasn't the highest-end of the restaurants at Jaffa...More
It make sence to visit it once for dinner. They are many fish restaurant by waterfront. Fresh sea air and nice view over city.
This is an okay walk, but Tel Aviv Nemal (Port) is much better. One standout, however, is the Old Man and the Sea Restaurant. In my opinion, the ONLY reason to visit the Jaffa Port.
The old Jaffa port area has been transformed in a nightlife centre! We started the evening with a great meal at the "Old man and the Sea" restaurant, located directly at the quay where tourist boats and pleasure yachts are moored. After a great meal...More
One of the oldest active ports in Israel The buildings are a mixture of old and new There is an active fishing port with great sea food restaurants An active Yacht club (Sailor) and fun boats On weekends active recreational activities The place needs a...More
Early morning walk along here. It was bustling with lorries and vans....a hive of activity. As we traversed past the various warehouses we then came upon the most delightful Harbour with hundreds of leisure boats. There were some that were lived in no folk sitting...More