Dado Beach is named in memory of David (Dado) Elazar who was the Chief of Staff during the Yom Kippur War. The beach, located across from the Hof HaCarmel train station, is known for the gardens along it’s boardwalk, restaurants, coffee shops, free parking, dancing arena, play stations, toddlers pool and amphitheatre.
The beach boasts a long boardwalk which begins at the southern tip of Dado Beach and ends at the northern tip of the Carmel Beach. It is particularly lovely on Saturdays to see the local folk dance the morning/evening away. In the spring and summer months, the dancing begins at 18:00, in the winter/fall months, it begins at 11:00.
There are four lifeguard stations along the beach.
At the northern part of Dado Beach, there are facilities for the handicapped available, adjacent to the north lifeguard station (number one). The facilities include reserved parking, fitted showers and bathrooms and inclines ensuring easy access to and from the beach.
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