Tel Aviv's sandy shoreline runs for miles and is home to a host of dog owners, Matkoters, volleyballers, sailors, surfers, tourists and everyday locals. From sunup to (breathtakingly beautiful) sunset, the stream of beachgoers seems to be as endless as the ocean itself. Whether you're looking for a party vibe or want to relax with the crashing waves of the Mediterranean as your only music, there's a sunny spot beckoning.
Jerusalem was my first place to explore in Israel and I’m glad of that. It’s much easier to navigate than huge Tel Aviv and has a smaller town vibe making it a place you can ease into Israel. Visiting Jerusalem Israel + Where to stay in Jerusalem and how