One of the oldest harbours in the world, this port was once the landing point for pilgrims travelling to Jerusalem.
These days it is more of a recreational facility with a boardwalk of waterfront restaurant, cafes, boutiques and few art galleries. The warehouses has now been converted into spaces for art exhibits. The Nalaga 'at Centre here has made a considerate initiative to run a cafe and restaurant with deaf and blind waiters. You must feast on the fresh catch of the day for lunch and then hop on to a boat for a cruise along the Tel Aviv coastline.
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