Herzliya Pituach is an wealthy beachfront district in western Herzliya, Israel, home to about 10,000 residents. It is at the Western most part of Tel Aviv District. Herzliya Pituach is known for its hotels, restaurants and high-tech industry. The Herzliya marina, built in the 1980s at the initiative of mayor Eli Landau, covers an area of 500 dunams (0.5 km²). The marina complex includes the Arena shopping mall and a variety of restaurants overlooking the water. The construction of the marina sparked controversy due to allegations that it damaged the beach.
Parks and beaches:
Appolonia Beach - Part of a national park containing archeological findings from the Phoenician village of Arsuf dating to the 6th or 5th century BCE.
Sidna-'Ali Beach (Nof Yam) - Named for the historic Sidna Ali Mosque. Perched on a ledge 100m north of the entrance to the beach is the Hermit House built by Nissim Cachlon out of tires, bottles, broken plates and other debris washed ashore.
Herzliya Tourism*Sharon Beach
Zvulun Beach - Home of the Herzliya Sea Scouts
Accadia Beach - Named for the nearby Dan Accadia Hotel, this is the largest beach in Herzliya Pituah.
Hof HaNechim - A wheelchair-accessible beach with facilities for the handicapped.
HaHof HaNifrad - A beach for Orthodox Jews with separate days for men and women.