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Charles Clore Park, Tel Aviv

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Contact: +9723 640 2222
Open Hours: Mo to Su from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
This strip of parkland on the beach bears the name of the British philanthropist, Charles Clore. It is here that the swirly path of the Tayelet – the walkway that connects Tel Aviv and Jaffa - has its beginning and end. There is a large adventure play area with a sandpit for children. The green sloping lawns of this area are popular for football games, barbecues, picnics and taking a rest with a sea-view. Apart from offering golden sands and the ebb of the blue and white surf, this area also has great views of both Tel Aviv and Jaffa. The Etzel Museum is located in the park area and the beach below has a lifeguard, for those who wish to swim.