Next to the Ein Bokek and Hamei Zohar hotels, you will find a well-kept stretch of beaches with regulated beach services, including lifeguards, showers, toilets, changing rooms and drinking and refreshment facilities.
Even though the public beaches are open to the general public, at the same time, they are operated by the hotels. Therefore, chairs and umbrellas are available at a charge, unless you are a hotel guest.
The main beaches, on the other hand – Ein Bokek and Hamei Zohar – are operated and maintained by the Council, where chairs and umbrellas are available to the general public free of charge, alongside shaded areas for those who prefer to sprawl out on the sand.
The beaches adjacent to the hotels are varied. Some include a pier that stretches out into the sea, providing a beautiful view (recommended at sunrise) or just a nice spot for a picnic.
Close to these beaches is a long, sprawling promenade. You can walk for miles in the bromine-enriched, open air, which only the Dead Sea can offer. Enjoy!