On morning place is beatiful,not crowded as on weekends or evening,clean, fishing boats are back,buildings around looks different under morning sun.small coffee shop for breakfast to enjoy life
About Jaffa Port
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You can skip this one...nothing special. There are a few decent restaurants down by the water. I would punt.
Seeing the port reminds one of the tale of Jonah and the whale which is mentioned in the Bible's Book of Jonah. It is no longer capable of having large ships docking.
Boat trips, restaurants, souvenirs, or just a stroll - lots of things to do and just on the edge of Jaffa.
anrcient buildings, building built during WWII, places built just now or remodeled for contemporary need - so many periods all together! And so much life and action!
Jaffa port is just minutes South of Tel Aviv and many short tours are available to walk and talk you through the port itself. We found a free tour, where the guide works only for tips. Turns out to be the best decision. Port itself...More
The Jaffa Port is a truly genuine port experience. Gone are the luxury yachts and racing boats! Instead it is full of boats, mainly belonging to the local fishermen. When you walk through the port, you can smell the fresh fish which you also can...More
We went to a shabbat service at the port that was WONDERFUL. After the service we wandered around the port. Very very crowded and trash everywhere. We stopped in for ice cream at Aldo -what a mess! I am guessing a less crowded day could...More