Hamat Gader (which literally means "Hot Springs of Gadara") is named after the ancient Hellenic city of Gadara, which is situated about 4 km away. Gadara was a prosperous city and Hamat Gader was one of its suburbs. Sacred springs with curative properties combined with luxurious baths and a ritual theater attracted many visitors to the area, making it an international tourist center as far back as ancient times.
The site was opened to the public in 1977 and is jointly operated by four kibbutzim from the southern Golan Heights: Mevo Hama, Kfar Haruv, Afik, and Meitzar.
Today Hamat Gader is the tourism and recreation site in Israel, and combines unique recreational experiences, attractions and activities for families, groups, and couples.
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Pool on site, Procedures for alternative medicine, Restaurant, Body Care & Health Centre