The enormous potential of Herzliya is due to its proximity to the sea (vacation), its thriving industrial zone (business), its rich culinary culture and its attractive geographical location (center of coastal plain).
Herzliya is one of the most prestigious residential areas in Israel.
Many ambassadors prefer to live in Herzliya Pituah due to the relative quietness and proximity to Tel Aviv and the embassy residence.
The city of Herzliya has a sea that stretches for about 7 km. The beaches of Herzliya offer a rich variety of recreation and water sports.
Marina Herzliya is the largest marina in Israel. The marina was established in the early 90’s.
Herzliya contains a wide range of cultural venues, museums, stage culture and sports sites that are a significant factor in the unique and rich atmosphere of the city. The city has a wide range of entertainment venues that give the city a vivid and youthful atmosphere.
o Herzliya is rated 8 out of 10 in the socio-economic index.
o the average monthly salary of an employee is 11,600 NIS.
o Only about half of Herzliya’s residents are natives.
The city is located next to interstate roads, and there are many bus and train lines. Also located in the city are light aircraft and marina. “Metropolin” operates most of the urban and inter-urban lines in the city. In addition, there are 28 lines of “Egged” and 8 lines of “Nativ Express” in the city.
The west side of the city borders with the beach and extends to Hod Hasharon on its eastern border. Its northern border is bordered with Raanana and Kfar Shmaryahu and the south border is with Ramat Hasharon and Tel Aviv.