Dead Sea Mineral Hot Springs, Spas and Beaches

| April 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Yam Ha’melech – Sea of Salt

The Dead Sea, one of the world’s incredible wonders, is not replicated anywhere on earth.

Dead Sea Spectacular Block of Salt

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Dead Sea Spectacular Block of Salt

Beautiful to view, an amazing experience to float in, no one who has visited the Dead Sea will ever forget the experience.  Set into this magnificent setting are the world class Dead Sea Spas, which combine the natural landscape and a variety of methods to relax, rejuvenate and revitalize. Float in the warm waters, get a massage at Mineral Beach, and enjoy a mud treatment at the Ein Gedi spa.

The Dead Sea is divided into two sections: a north and south location separated by a small island. Dead Sea spas are located in both sections.

Mineral Beach

Located on the northern part of the Dead Sea shore, Mineral Beach is located only 15 minutes north of Ein Gedi. The beach contains thermal sulfur pools fed by nearby hot springs, medical mud, an indoor fresh water pool for children and pampering spa treatments, as well as locker rooms, showers, and a cafeteria. The spa located at Mineral Beach offers many different massage treatments as well as group workshops.  Call  972-2-994-4888 for further information.

Ein Gedi Spa

Ein Gedi Dead Sea

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Ein Gedi Dead Sea

Located about mid-distance along the first of the two sections of the Dead Sea, the Ein Gedi Sea of Spa offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy the benefits provided by hot mineral pools, a bathing beach, Dead Sea mineral mud, a large freshwater swimming pool and a spa with a wealth of treatments and massages. On site is a cafeteria and a gift shop specializing in Dead Sea cosmetics and beauty products. Nearby is a guest house and a youth hostel. For further information phone: (08) 659-4813.

Khamam Tse’elim is a small spa near Ein Gedi, perfect for those looking for a bit more of a personal touch. Featuring a whirlpool, dry sauna, swimming pool and spa facilities, Khamam Tse’elim also offers tour planning for those who want to see more of the Dead Sea and surrounding attractions and the ability to experience authentic Bedouin hospitality.

Dead Sea Spa Ein Bokek

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Bokek Stronghold overlooking Dead Sea Hotels

Dead Sea Spas Ein Bokek

This is the main hotel and resort area of the Dead Sea and here are also spas with personal treatment rooms, Dead Sea water pools, sulfur pools fed by the Neve Zohar Hot Springs, Jacuzzis, dry Finnish saunas, hydrotherapy, a variety of massage and cosmetic treatments and a gym with an authorized trainer provide a complete package in a serene and relaxed atmosphere.  This complex is located in the northern part of the Ein Bokek region, at the top of the second or lower section of the Dead Sea.

Located right on the beach in the Ein Bokek area, the Lot Spa offers a heated Dead Sea water pool, sulphur pools, whirlpool, sauna and fitness room in addition to a wide selection of massage methods and cosmetic treatments. A Turkish hamam or bath is also available.

About the Dead Sea: Did You Know?

The Dead Sea is called “Yam Hamelach” in Hebrew, which roughly translates to the Sea of Salt, and is also known as the Sea of the Arava, Sea of Sodom, and the Sea of Lot.

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Category: Beaches, Dead Sea, Hiking, Touring

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