Bograshov Beach

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Bograshov Beach hails in the streets of Bograshov in Tel Aviv, Israel. Situated in the center of some of the best tourist attractions and hotels, the finest that Tel Aviv in Israel has to offer. A stones throw away from tourists destinations like Dizengoff fountain, The Great synagogue, The Museum of Israeli Art, Frank Meisler, Irit and a countless more. Flanking and neighboring other resorts and famous beaches in the city area like, the Hilton Beach, Gordon Beach, Frishman Beach and Jerusalem Beach. The Bograshov beach is contiguous and adjoining hotels that basically makes the beach part of it’s lobby. Neighboring to both a budget friendly hotel to some first class hotels that offers the best accommodations and top of it’s class.

The beach has a small peninsula, where one can bare witness a picture perfect glimpse of the sunset, kissing and caressing the blue waters of the Mediterranean sea goodbye. The cape houses a plaque on which notes that on this spot the British gunned down a boat with 930 passengers on board during the Mandate period. The beach furnished with a small playground for kids (slides, monkey bars, etc.) and an ice cream bar. If guests gets hungry after the days activities you are not confined to the beachside tourish spots, but can stroll along the streets of  Bograshov right into central Tel Aviv for your selection of dining and shopping.

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