Coca-Cola to host teen vacation spot

A resort village exclusively for teenagers will take over the Achziv shore, and will be running in three-day cycles throughout the summer.

July 15, 2008 12:36


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A resort village exclusively for teenagers will take over the Achziv shore, beginning July 16 and running in three-day cycles throughout the summer. Instead of the traditional concert glut provided yearly by Coca-Cola, the company is going all out this year with three-person guest huts, pools, parties, music, tanning beds, water sports, beach activities, comedy shows and even Internet accessibility. Food will be available each day until 2 a.m. The village is open to teens 15-18 years old, and sign-up is in groups of three; every week there will be two three-day cycles, from Sunday to Tuesday and from Wednesday to Friday (ending before Shabbat). Entrance to the all-included experience at Coca-Cola Village runs NIS 199 per person, with the addition of the codes from 10 Coke bottle caps or can tabs. To sign up, go

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