The tayelet is the promenade walk along the beach front in Tel Aviv. It doesn't look very long but during the summer the heat can be stifling so you need to bring water to drink along the way. You will walk past several different beaches, each a little different. The beaches have lifeguards (the undertow here is very dangerous) and indicate where and when it is safe to swim, most have beach chairs and umbrellas for rent, showers, bathrooms and snack locations or restaurants. The promenade stretches most of the way down the main strip of Tel Aviv so you can start at the marina in the north and end at Jaffa. If doing this walk in the summer, be prepared for the extreme heat and take your time, the heat reflecting off the cement walkway adds to the heat of the air. I highly recommend walking this promenade at sunset. The colours of the sunsets are stunning and the air is much cooler. Restaurants put out tables and seating right on the beach. One note: In late June and early July the water warms up and the medusa jellyfish come in right to the shoreline. Several wash up on the beach. Stings from the jellyfish are very nasty and children, especially, could get a nasty injury. This lasts for 2-3 weeks.
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