You can find on this page the Tel Aviv topographic map to print and to download in PDF. The Tel Aviv elevation map present the topography, river and relief of Tel Aviv in Israel.
Tel Aviv is located around 32°5′N 34°48′E / 32.083°N 34.8°E on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline, in central Israel, the historic land bridge between Europe, Asia and Africa. Tel Aviv lies on land that used to be sand dunes and as such has relatively poor soil fertility (see Tel Aviv topographic map).

Tel Aviv elevation map

Map of Tel Aviv elevation

The Tel Aviv topographic map shows elevation, hills and landforms in Tel Aviv. This elevation map of Tel Aviv will allow you to know topography, river and relief of Tel Aviv in Israel. The Tel Aviv topographic map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

There are 4 named mountains in Tel Aviv District. The highest and the most prominent mountain is Chiriya as you can see in Tel Aviv elevation map. Chiriya (75m/246 elevation ft a.s.l.) is a hill in the Levant Ranges in Israel. The prominence is 48m/157ft. There is a trail leading to the summit. Tel Gannim (72m/236ft a.s.l.) is a hill in the Levant Ranges in Israel. The prominence is 19m/62ft. Tel Michal is an archaeological site on Israel central Mediterranean coast, near the modern city of Herzeliya, about 6.5 kilometres (4.0 mi) north of the Yarkon River estuary and 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of Arsuf-Appolonia. Giv'at HaMofaim (15m/49ft a.s.l.) is a hill in the Levant Ranges in Israel. The prominence is 6m/20ft.

Sand dunes and marshy areas made access difficult from the south and southeast. Lying northeast of Yafo, Tel Aviv is built over three low ridges of soft sandstone hills that run almost parallel to the coastline. A narrow belt of small sand dunes covering the westernmost of these ridges expands inland where gaps in the relief occur. More sandstone ridges lie to the east, and the suburban, built-up area now spreads beyond them into the rich agricultural land of the coastal plain. Israel Jaffa Gan Hapisga Summit Garden the highest elevation point in old Jaffa overlooking Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean Sea as its shown in Tel Aviv elevation map.

Koslovski Hill in Givatayim hosts the highest points in both Givatayim & Tel Aviv. This hill is the highest in the whole Tel Aviv area, well depending on defining what is the Tel Aviv Metropolitan as its mentioned in Tel Aviv elevation map. Cache was placed closest to both points, with the constraints of resident caches and law. Still, this cache has the highest elevation in the Tel Aviv area. The hill was inhabited since prehistoric times. In World War I a battle took place here between the ANZAC forces (australia and new zealand) and the turks. In 1933 Koslovski and his family settled here making the way for the new Givatayim neighborhood.