The beaches along the Dead Sea are the ultimate tourist destination, attracting travelers from Israel and abroad to see the wonders, admire the view and tranquility, experience the floating sensation and to cover themselves in mud. The combination of mineral water, the wilderness and hot, dry climate creates a pleasurable tourist experience full of medicinal properties, serenity and nature’s primordial beauty.
This perfect experience is enhanced even more by floating in the salt-rich water, devotion to caressing sunlight and the mineral mud against the backdrop of the breathtaking scenery of red desert mountains and the turquoise sea. There are several beaches located at the northern end of the Dead Sea, including the Neve Midbar beach, the Biankini beach and the new Kalia beach. There is also a wide variety of public beaches in Hamei Zohar and Ein Bokek.