Eilat, the southernmost city of Israel, is located on the northern shore of the Gulf of Eilat, which is part of the Red Sea. The Red Sea washes the shores of Eilat for eleven kilometers, which are divided into five main beaches.
Due to the proximity of certain ocean currents, the water in the sea near Eilat remains quite cool even during hot summers. The best beach of Eilat is considered to be the North beach.
It is conveniently located not far from the city center. Shmurat-Almog coral reserve is chosen by diving enthusiasts.
The Coral beach, which stretches along the southern coast of the Gulf of Eilat near the Coral reef will give you a pleasure to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Red Sea and the red rocks of Sinai.
Haifa is called the northern capital of Israel. The city is amazingly beautiful, combining the modern architecture and ancient monuments making it one of the most interesting places to visit in the Mediterranean.
It lies on the Mediterranean coast and at the foot of Mount Caramel. At the seaside resort of Haifa, it is possible to windsurf or sail out to the sea on a boat.
To the east of Jerusalem, at the foot of a fantastically beautiful rocky mountain, cut by steep gorges, you will find the waters of the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is a unique geological phenomenon, located in the heart of the Syrian-African fault line, 395 meters below sea level.
It is the lowest point on the surface of the earth. Unique is not only the water of the Dead Sea, its special all around. The sun, the air, the water, the dirt and all the elements that make up the climate of the region.
Since the ancient times the Dead Sea is known as the world's largest natural SPA resort where you feel the weightlessness of your tired body, enjoying the warm rays of the Israeli sun. Here, on the sandy beach of the famous resort, you reach a state of harmony and restore health. The atmospheric pressure in this region is the highest compared to other parts of the globe, and the air oxygen content is 15% more, which creates a natural effect of hyperbaric chambers. The Dead Sea beaches have a special type of healthy ultraviolet radiation, resulting from the presence of mineral aerosols in the air.
High concentration of salts of various minerals provide a unique high density of water, which creates the effect of weightlessness. Sulfur springs, rich in minerals and organic components of the curative mud provide a good therapeutic effect.
Netanya is considered a "Pearl of the Mediterranean". This beach resort is fairly young, but very popular among tourists and people visiting Israel, for several reasons. The convenient location of the resort, located in the center of the country close to the main attractions as Galilee, Nazareth, Jerusalem, Caesarea, Haifa, Safed, etc. Tel Aviv is only 20 minutes away by car.
Tiberias, the city in the northeastern Israel is among the four holy cities for Jews (Jerusalem, Hebron, Tiberias and Safed). Tiberias is located on the shores of Lake Kinneret, also known as Tiberias or Sea of Galilee. Its a bustling tourist center with many restaurants, cafes and pubs, souvenir shops and stalls. Here you can perfectly relax and unwind, enjoying the amazing views of Lake Kinneret.