Beautiful place to spend an afternoon. It is very well maintained and I noticed that it seemed to be a busy spot on the afternoon of the Jewish Sabbath.
On Hyarkon Street, going down from the Hilton hotel to the South,you reach Hyarkon 181, A special architecture residence called by the locals the Crazy House. Built 1989 by the French architect Leon Guneyva, a combination of Oriental and Art Nuovo. Just on the West near the…
If you walk on the shore of the sea, on the northern part of the promenade you will find the marina. Nothing special, like any other marina, where ships are anchored.
This is a lovely place for a long afternoon stroll, where you can see some magnificent sunsets. However, the endless array of restaurants and bars are expensive and provide very low value for money.
Good food with great view cannot get any better than that. My favorite is early breakfast in the winter when the temp are just right and the food warms my heart. Can't wait to be back.