The Tel Aviv tayelet (promenade) is currently a work in progress, but one that is definitely going in the right direction. It's a delightful walk (especially in the early morning or sunset hours) even on a blustery day when the sea puts on a great show, but the new bike path is really a great addition. Now, with a great public bike rental system, you can grab a bike anytime and ride all the way from the "wild" sand dunes of Tel Barukh to the North of Tel Aviv all the way to the impressive new Midron park in the South where Jaffa meets Bat Yam. Along the way you pass through the vibrant Tel Aviv port with a variety of shopping and cafe options, ride along the white sands of extremely accessible and happy beaches. Continue on through the park stretched along the breakers and cross the bridge that separates the "old" from the "new". The tayelet winds along the old sea wall into the colorful port of Jaffa which has been reinvigorated with art galleries and delightful fish restaurants. From one end to the other is a terrific day's activity or pick a section and take an invigorating walk or ride together with Tel Avivians out exercising.
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