Haifa is well known for the Carmel Mountain and the port. However, it also has some out-standing beaches.
See our Haifa Beach Map for more help on beach locations.
|Name||Access||Life Guard||Hours||Entrance Fee||Notes|
|Kiryat Haim Beach||Access from the North: Truman Avenue Access From East: Deganya Avenue||Three Life Guards along the beach.||All day||Free Entrance||This beach has a separate beach next to the north tower for the religious community|
|Bat Galim Beach||Access From East: Ha’aliya Hashniya Street through Charles Lutz Street. Access From West: From Ha’aliya Hashniya street through Bat Galim Avenue.||Three Life Guard stations along the beach.||Unknown||Free Entrance||This beach has great winds coming in from the north which makes surfing easier|
|Carmel Beach||Access from west of the Haifa Mall intersection, through Andrei Sakharov Street||Two Life Guards along the beach||All Hours||Free Entrance||Relatively calm waters make for a relaxing swim|
|Dado Zamir Beach||Access from south: west of the haifa mall aling Andrei Sakharov Street Access From North (for cars not exceeding a height of 2.20 meters) through “Maxim” Petrol Station, west of Derech Hayam intersection||Four Life Guard stations along the beach||All Hours||Free Entrance||Facilities for the handicapped are available at the north of the beach|
|Access from dirt road from Bat Galim (suitable for any car)||None||All Hours||Free Entrance||Very narrow and small beach. Also good for Wind Kite surfing, surfing and other sports due to small number of bathers and wind conditions|
|Hof Hashaket||Access: Make a right turn at Heyl Hayam Street or a left from Ha’aliya Street||One Lifeguard station along the beach||Men:
|Free Entrance||Separate bathing days for men and women|