HaTachana - Hebrew for The Station - is a 49-acre complex of 22 different structures, among them the former station building that now houses art exhibits. A pair of restored train cars tells the story of the station's days as a major travel hub in the region. You'll also find restaurants, cafés and boutiques peddling handcrafted jewelry and designer clothes. Note that cafés and restaurants will remain open on Friday evening, but the shops in the complex close at 5 pm.
Added 5 years ago
The refurbished train station has some restaurants and events throughout the year. The only negative is the location tucked away on one end of the beach which does not see a lot of foot traffic.