Tel Aviv Cycling in Tel Aviv

Cycling In Tel Aviv

If you fancy a change of pace and time to get away from the beach then Tel Aviv is absolutely perfect for cycling. It is flat and has miles and miles of bike paths and recreation routes, allowing you to see some of the best parts of the city.

There are several routes that you can choose from, and you can connect them together if you fancy a longer or more demanding day out.

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Cycling in Tel Aviv Port

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Cycling in Tel Aviv PortThe meeting point of most of the Tel Aviv cycling options is the popular Tel Aviv port. It makes a perfect way station - stretch a bit, soak in the view and stock up on some fuel at one of the cafes.

 

The best option is to slowly meander along the wooden trail by the shops and the sea (watch out on the wet bits - they can be very slippy - we are aware of people with broken limbs).

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Cycling in Yarkon Park

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The Yarkon River meets the sea at the Tel Aviv port. The Yarkon isn't the Thames, Danube or the Hudson, but it is set in a stunning green lung running through Tel Aviv - the Yarkon Park.

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Endless, trees, shady places, rowing clubs, climbing walls, petting zoos, and people and more people providing the dynamic landscape.

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Cycling the Yarkon River Trail

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At the end of the Yarkon path you can take a riverside trail. It goes through the orchards and fields and is marked with orange, blue white marking (Israel National Trail).

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Cycling from Jaffa to Tel Aviv Port

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IMGP9945This is the definitive Tel Aviv. Over 5Km of beaches and promenades, sea views and people views.

 

It is easy to cycle along the broad walk, you can't go too fast, watch out for the palm trees, joggers, baby strollers and all the rest of humanity. But soak in the atmosphere. Plenty of places to stop along the way, for drinks, picnics or a meal.

 

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Cycling north of Tel Aviv Port to Herzeliya Marina

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IMGP9765A relatively new biking option, but fantastic. From the northern tip of the port, take the bridge over the Yarkon Estuary  and then go left. If you follow the path round then you will have the Reading Power station on your right, the sea to the left and behind – stunning views and another bridge directly in front of you. Over the bridge and this is paradise for those who like their planes up close and personal – you are at the end of the Sede Dov runway. Take the promenade / broad walk (in front of you) and you can race aeroplanes!

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