Herzliya offers several hotels, most of which are concentrated in the western part of the city, along the coastal strip and the Marina.
Tourist information may be obtained from the website of the Herzliya Tourist Development company .
Beaches and Sea
The Promenade stretches over a 7.5km strip of clean, golden coastline, divided into seven beaches, all under municipal oversight. The beaches offer lifeguard stations, first aid, toilets, showers, and changing rooms, as well as coffee shops and restaurants. A separate beach serves the religious public. Parallel to the coastal strip a wheelchair-accessible promenade was recently opened, including a beach elevator and a walking path leading up to the water line. Along the promenade there are beach sports facilities, coffee shops, and public buildings.
Beach sports - Herzliya beaches offer areas for ball games, a sailing club, a surfing club, and various popular sports activities.
Marina - Located to the south of the Acadia Hotel, and stretching over some 500 dunams, half of which consists of an open public area including tourist and recreation areas, the municipal square, entertainment and commercial areas, sea sports clubs and hotels with holiday apartments. The other half consists of the wharf, accommodating some 800 sailing vessels. The Marina administration building supplies services to the marina and those docking there. Marine education and sailing activities are held at the Marina, as well as national and international sailing competitions.
The Herzliya Park is a green space in the heart of the city, in the area connecting its eastern and western parts (near the Ayalon highway). It stretches over 180 dunams, offering expansive lawns, a barbeque area, a stage and natural amphitheater, a lake, and a natural winter pond.
Emphasis has been placed on preserving and boosting the natural environment, along with recreation and popular sports: there are walking paths; a 1,200m biking path that connects with other biking paths in the area; a mountain bike track; and a dedicated 1km path for runners.
The play facilities, suited to toddlers and older children, as well as the handicapped, represent an architectural design and planning feat that is unique in all of Israel. Attractions include an 8m slide, rope bridges, and more.
The park is situated in between Yosef Nevo street (to the east), Sderot Ben-Tzion Michaeli (to the south), Sderot Begin (to the north) and the Ayalon highway (to the west).
Herzliya boasts approximately 17km of paved biking paths, as part of a master plan for a total of 45km, which places Herzliya in second place in Israel for paved biking paths.
The Herzliya Sportech is a sports park offering 4 multi-purpose courts for futsal (football) and basketball games; expansive lawns; a covered walking path; and a court for rollerblades and rollerskates, along with recreation facilities for toddlers, playgrounds, and an outdoor challenge area for youth and families.