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Beautiful mikveh near Herzliya

14 July, 2013


I am teaching a secular bride who is getting married in Herzliya.

Do you have up to date information about any mikvaot in Herzliya or the Tel Aviv area? She is happy to drive a bit if it means being able to go to a more beautiful place. She has heard about mikva spas and would like to go to one of those if possible.

Thank you very much for your help and your wonderful website which helps so many of us around the world.


Mikveh Peki'in in Tel Aviv is beautiful and specifically caters to a wide range of women.  12 Peki'in Street, 03 546 4899.

There is also a stunning spa mikveh in Givat Shmuel, at 15 Gush Etzion Street, 03 532 4477

The nicest mikveh in Herzliya is the central mikveh at 4 Sirkin St, 09 950 7136.  It does offer manicure, pedicure, or massage by advance appointment.

Whichever you choose, we suggest calling in advance to reserve a private bride's room.

Mazal tov!

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