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Ashdod, Israel
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Ashdod, Israel
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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:December
Average price in Ashdod:$217/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$53/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Friday
$53 - $274
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$185 - $373
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

About Ashdod

A bustling port city on Israel’s Mediterranean coast, Ashdod has a water-centric lifestyle that includes a lively seafront promenade, long stretches of public beaches and aqua sports such as boating, fishing and kite surfing. The large immigrant population of Ashdod makes it one of the most diverse places to visit in Israel, which is reflected in the city’s art, dining and cultural scenes.

Things to do

The biblical Philistine history of Ashdod is honoured with archaeology and art exhibits at Corinne Maman Museum of Philistine Culture. Contemporary Israeli art can be seen at Ashdod Museum of Art; just look for the iconic pyramidal glass roof overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. To experience a blend of Western and Arabic culture, spend an evening with the Andalusian Orchestra.

About halfway between Tel Aviv and Gaza, seven sandy beaches line the coast of Ashdod, including Gils and Mei Ami Beaches. Activities include surfing, sunbathing and horseback riding, with various cruises and excursions available from the marina. Metzuda Beach appeals to history buffs for its Kal’at El-Mina citadel ruins and sand dunes. Just north of Ashdod, Hof Palmahim National Park harbours remains of the ancient port city of Yavne-Yam and is a nature preserve and habitat for nesting sea turtles.

Several large shopping malls, including City Mall and Ashdod Sea Mall, reflect the cosmopolitan nature of Ashdod, where you’ll find restaurants, shops and a variety of entertainment options, from concerts to puppet shows, climbing walls and kid’s craft sessions. An open-air market on the boardwalk at Lido Beach, the Ashdod Shuk sells local clothing, jewellery, spices and fresh fruits.

Getting around

Ashdod Central Bus Station serves as a public transportation hub offering routes throughout the city. Taxis and minibuses are also available, in addition to pedal-powered and electric bicycle rentals. For a deeper look into Ashdod, take a guided boat tour to discover the entire coastline and learn about the region’s history and culture.

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