Frishman Beach

Tel Aviv

Frishman Beach is perhaps the widest stretch of sand in Tel Aviv. There's plenty of space on the sand and good access to the swimming area. It's located in front of the rainbow-coloured Dan Hotel building and has large wooden gazebos for shade.

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