Around Jerusalem and the Dead Sea

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  • 1. Biankini Beach

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    This beautiful beach has a spa with mineral treatments and massages and a Moroccan restaurant serving couscous on imported crockery. There is...Read More

  • 2. Einot Tzukim Nature Reserve

    Beach

    Known for its freshwater springs, Einot Tzukim (also called Ein Fashkha) is a nature reserve with many species of trees and reeds not often...Read More

  • 3. Kalia Beach

    Beach

    On the Dead Sea, Kalia Beach (the name derives from kalium , the Latin name for potassium, found in abundance here) is the place to go for...Read More

  • 4. Neve Midbar Beach

    Beach

    South of Biankini Beach, Neve Midbar Beach stays open all night for camping and sometimes weddings, although swimming is allowed during daylight...Read More

  • 5. Mineral Beach

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    Less touristy and more serene than some of the other beaches, Mineral Beach is a great place to unwind and mingle with Israelis. There's a warm...Read More

  • 6. Ein Gedi Public Beach

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    The somewhat rocky Ein Gedi Public Beach allows free, 24-hour access to the Dead Sea, including a campsite. Freshwater showers (absolutely essential...Read More

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