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Just opposite to the now closed "Princess Hotel" the Princess beach is a good place for diving, you can use the hotel parking and just cross the road.
The beach has 2 bridges that go into the water, form which you can go Snorkeling (however...More
In one of the southest beaches in eilat,
infront of the non-functioning "HANESICHA" hotel.
the parking was a little rough,
There are places with shade for you to stay at.
The water are great, with less human
interruptions the corals are beautiful, the bridge to...More
A small beach opposite the abandoned Princess hotel (bus 15 stop of the same name). There is a shop that rents and sells snorkeling equipment and beach chairs as well as food. You should enter through the two piers. Beautiful corals and sea fauna to...More
Peaceful, away from all that madness in the northen beaches, the south beaches are gems.
Some of the beaches have even parts with huge shadow tents wich is awesome.
Also it is located along the coral nature reserve, snorkling is a must in this area!...More
We visited Princess Beach in March 2018 and absolutely loved it. My friend and I both weren't experienced snorkelers but we had a great time exploring the corals that are only a couple of meters from the beach. I would absolutely recommend it!
Princess Hotel is a short drive out of main Eilat areas so it's quieter but the hotel can be VERY busy especially summer months.
I consider it an Eilat classic it has been there for years and we have visited it a number of times....More
There is a lot of stones on the beach, so bring some bathing shoes or walk with some pain (you will survive, at least I did). There is two "bridges" that you can walk out in the water, and from there go down some stairs...More