At the southern entrance to the hotel complex, next to the Herods Dead Sea Hotel, is the central Hamei Zohar beach.
This beach is named after Nahal (stream) Zohar just south of it, combined with the legacy of the hot sulfur springs that were identified and established in the 1950s, but no longer exist.
In their place today, is a beautifully kept beach that is operated and maintained by the Tamar Regional Council.
The beach offers free chairs and umbrellas to the general public, alongside showers, changing rooms and clean, orderly toilets.
The beach has a snack bar selling light food and drinks, beach equipment and mineral-mud for skin application.
From the beach you can easily connect to the new walking promenade which has cold water drinking fountains and information signs scattered along it.
It should be noted that this beach, being central and public, attracts large crowds, especially on Saturdays and Holidays. Parking is in a regulated, blue-and-white parking lot, and payment can be implemented via the Pango App.
The beach is adapted for people with disabilities. Wheelchairs can be borrowed from the lifeguard’s booth, and the sea can be accessed via a narrow path that leads directly into it.