At the (north side) of the Dead Sea you do have many options to stop for a meal.
Biankini Beach (private, with entry fee) was made to look likea Moroccan legend : the styling, the food, the music and the sleeping areas are all inspired by Morocco.
What you can find at Biankini Beach
Be prepared – here’s a list of all the great things you can find at Biankini Beach!
- Cabins and suites – Biankini Beach offers high-class accommodation, right on the beach, for those seeking more than the usual bungalow or camping experience. There are several types of cabins, villas and suites, most of which include a kitchenette, a TV, AC, comfortable bedrooms and free Wi-Fi.
- Moroccan restaurant – The Moroccan restaurant is designed and styled accordingly, with arched ceilings, colorful lamps, authentic Moroccan kitchenware and oriental throw pillows. It serves a variety of dishes inspired by Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine.
- Night club – At night, the Biankini restaurant becomes a nightclub featuring live music, belly dancing shows, dance parties, karaoke and to sum it all up – pure fun!
- Swimming pools – there are two swimming pools, one for adults and older children and one for younger children. They are equipped with pool chairs, sunshades and a snack bar.
- Natural mud – Visitors can find plenty of natural black mud on the beach and rub it on their bodies for its multiple health benefits.
- Spa – Visitors can enjoy relaxing spa treatments at designated spa rooms near the swimming pool.
- Kids club – Kids won’t have a dull moment at this club, which offers arcade games, air hockey tables and more.
- Billiard tables – While the kids are busy at their club, adults can enjoy billiard, snooker and ping pong tables!
- Minimarket – At the minimarket you can get food and supplies for your stay.
- Toilets and showers
- Lifeguard services
- Sunshades and beach chairs on the beach
- Free parking
How to get to Biankini Beach
To get to Biankini beach, drive on Highway 1 until you get to the Lido junction (where the gas station is). At the junction, turn right to Road 90 and after 500 meters turn left to the beach.
More info about the Dead Sea on https://www.deadsea.com