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The whole Ein Bokek beach was renovated in the last years. It is beautiful, with some shade, sweet water showers and even cooled drinking watter.
The beach is covered with sand and the access is pleasant.
There are shops and food stands around.
The beach was a little bit renovated since the last visit on previous fall. New tents in the water and on the shore. Dressing rooms now divided by 3 places, despite one big with door lock as it was before, so no more locking inside...More
Visited here to get the Dead Sea experience and have a 'swim' in the sea. Reasonably uncrowded, but even in mid October it was very hot. There are showers and loos in the beach, and changing areas. Lots of places to pick up food, and...More
This is a great public beach, with showers, changing rooms, bathrooms and lifeguards, surrounded by shades to protect you from the sun and restaurants near by, and the best it that it is FREE!! Don't bother going to expensive resorts, save you money and spend...More
Open-air showers to wash the salt water off, clean toilets, drinking water fountains, lots of shade - all free of charge. And there's the Dead Sea too.
Parked right by the beach (5 shekels per hour for parking - have coins ready).
The small shop...More
The Israeli impudence calls for classical solution which involves the available resources. Meaning you have there lots of hotels very close to the beach. Go to the closest hotel reception tell them you are a guest and ask... More
The Israeli impudence calls for classical solution which involves the available resources. Meaning you have there lots of hotels very close to the beach. Go to the closest hotel reception tell them you are a guest and ask them to keep your luggage or whatever you want to leave there. They will gladly do that for you.