the port is old and looks like it was 30 years ago. there are new good restaurants around the port but the fishermen are still there and sell fresh fish.
Beautiful port, with lots of activity and history. Beautiful sunset views on the Mediterranean Sea. Incredible history to consider Jonah the prophet and Peter the Apostle both sailed from this port.
We took a bike to the old port of Jaffa. Over the years it has been renovated, but it has still an Arabic atmospher. The old town is on a steep hill, intersected by a big road, bulldozered to crush the resistance against the British rule. The small streets are line with shops and cafes. Great views from the gardens.... 更多
We visited Jaffa port during our Israeli visit because it wasn't far from our hotel. It is one of the oldest ports in Mediterranean area. Most of pilgrims used this entry to visit Holy land. Today is not functional port. Only local fisherman use it. Most of warehouses were reconstructed to restaurants and art galleries. It is very nice place,... 更多
It is a great walk along the beach from Tel Aviv to Jaffa and visiting all the stores at the Port. The kids particularly loved the Virtual Reality activity - it was one of the highlights of our trip. Stopping for Falafel across from the clock tower is another favorite. People in Jaffa are very friendly. We never miss the... 更多
This is a much more user-friendly port than Ashdod. It provides easy embarkation and walking distance to main streets, shopping, etc. Unlike the Ashdod port, you can just walk off and come and go as you like (in Ashdod you need to pay a shuttle or taxi to be taken out of the very high security port). The city of... 更多
It's amazing to stand in a place that has been in existence for thousands of years. The port is bustling with activity. It's great for restaurants, shopping, and people watching.