The Hilton Beach is found between Nordau Beach and Gordon Beach and is named after the nearby Hilton Hotel. The Hilton Beach attracts three segments of the Tel Avivian population.
The northern-most part of the Hilton Beach is a beach area where dog owners can come with their canine companions. Israeli beaches are not welcoming of dogs so this beach is really the exception and considering the high number of dogs owned by Tel Avivians, it makes this beach quite popular. If you’re not a dog-owner this probably isn’t the best beach for you due to the things that dogs tend to leave behind and the dogs that run around, relishing their freedom and shaking off their water-logged hair on passerbys as they come out of the sea.
Another section of the beach is known to be popular among homosexual men. No-one ever officially made it solely for homosexual men and not homosexual women but homosexual men have claimed this turf as their own. It is a place for homosexual men to feel at ease and to enjoy the lively atmosphere.
Lastly, for the surfers among us, the Hilton Beach is known for one of the best surfing patches on the Israeli coastline due to a reef just off the shore that creates ideal waves. A surfing club at the south side of the beach ensures lots of surfing action and an annual surfing competition.
If you do not belong to any three of the above categories worry not; the Hilton Beach is a lovely beach that is open to everyone and is the place to meet lots of interesting people. It is also a relatively private beach, the ideal kind to go to for some quiet thinking-time. There is also a beach bar-restaurant called Topsy Bar on the beach.
Categories : Beaches
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