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Sea Of Life
Sea Of Life manufacture the finest quality skin care products using the pure ingredients of...
Tal Hotel
The Tal Hotel is offers the winning combination of comfort and convenience, a wide range...
Gamla
The splendid landscape of Gamla Nature Reserve contains a host of animals and many...
British Park
British Park, in the heart of Judean Plain, covers some 40,000 dunams (10,000 acres; 4,000...
Dan Hotel
The Dan Hotel Eilat located on Eilat`s striking Red Sea beachfront. Imaginative...

Eilat

Eilat’s location made it strategically significant during the many historical periods in which it served as a port – starting in the days of King Solomon (who built a large fleet of ships which he sent to Ophir), through the Nabataeans, the Romans, the Arabs, and the Crusaders, all of whom ruled the Land of Israel.
The bay is one of the major attractions, thanks to the beautiful beaches, the developed water sports and some of the best diving spots in the world. In the south of the city is the Coral Beach Nature Reserve, with splendid tropical fish among the reefs. Within the precincts of the reserve is the Underwater Observatory, with a marine museum that displays collections of fascinating sea animals. Not far from the observatory is the Dolphin Reef with its resident school of dolphins.
The city’s many and varied restaurants suit all tastes, and there are also clubs, colorful shops and a promenade along the northern shoreline which holds vibrant bazaars during the summer. There are additional attractions for youngsters and families, such as an amusement park, a new “Kings City” (a high-tech theme park for all the family based on the Bible and Bible stories). Eilat also has an IMAX movie theatre offering a 3-D experience, and many more leisure time activities.
The Arava region north of the city and the Eilat Mountains is an arid desert. But in between the exposed mountains there are many nature and beauty spots as well as archaeological and historical sites, which make Eilat a good starting point for special trips in the area, such as camel treks, jeep tours and more.

Over the years, the city of Eilat has become the ultimate resort city with hotels and beaches packed with thousands of Israeli vacationers and tourists from around the world, who come to relax in the country’s southernmost spot.

In the winter it mainly attracts tourists from Europe who prefer vacations in a warmer and more pleasant climate while Israelis flock to the city in the summer. The secret of this little city’s charm is its special location in the northern end of the Bay of Eilat.
The combination of a hot climate, a tropical sea and a breathtaking background of wild, bare granite mountains has turned it into a tourist gem all the year round.

Hai Bar
By the turn of the twentieth century, many of larger animals who had once made their homes...
Gofra
Campsite on the eastern shore of Lake Kineret with room for up to 300 tents. The site...
IMAX
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Nahal Me`arot
The southern bank of Nahal Me`arot lies on the lower reaches of the western part of the...
Banias
The Banias spring begins at the foot of Mount Hermon and its water rushes with great force...