Mall Ha'Yam, Eilat
This is the Biggest shopping Center of Eilat and you can find here almost everything you'd like...Banks, shops, restaurants, cafes, etc'.
Its located in the center and near the northern Beach, when entering to Eilat you cant miss it !
Sunday - Thursday : 09:30 - 23:00
Friday : until 18:00
Saturday : from 12:00
Mall Ha'yam is a 3 floors mall that is located on the north shore of Eilat , not too far from the Airport.
Inside you will find places to eat , stores that sell cd's , books , shoes , clothes and more.
The place is open on sunday-thursday from 9:30 to 24:00 , friday from 9:00 until the shabath enters (an hour before) , saturday from 11:00 to 20:30 (but not all the stores are open because of the shabath).
Eilats biggest shopping center, many shops, most of them are cool fashion stores such Lee Copper, Kenvelo and more. There are also other kind of stores such books, toys, gifts and more.
There are also entertainment option, there are many restaurants and a cinema with 3 halls.
The parking is in fee unless you are a citizen of Eilat.
Sunday to Thursday: 9:30-23:00
Saturday: Opening at 12:00
What to pay: Eilst is the only place in Israel where you dont pay VAT so most of the shops in the Mall are connected to a national network so the products will be in 18% cheaper then in other cities.
You'd expect decent shopping when you holiday in a resort that's also a city and you won't be disappointed in Eilat. There are several malls to tempt you, the most popular of which is right on the seafront.
Along with major Israeli chains you'll find international favourites like Body Shop, Mango and Top Shop, La Coste and Adidas while for outdoor browsing there are market stalls selling beachwear and more along the North Beach promenade.
Popular souvenirs include jewellery set with from Eilat Stone, a locally found green-blue gemstone, and beauty products made from Dead Sea minerals.
Shops stay open late so your stroll to or from dinner can be combined with a bit of retail therapy. And with goods free of the 17% VAT charged elsewhere in Israel, you'll need little further incentive.