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We stayed in Pina Balev, a top class boutique hotel in Rosh Pina, and came for a day's excursion into Haifa. We visited the Detainees Cap Museum and when we saw the fortress we drove to it.
This is a truly stunning fortress surrounded by...More
The fort is beautiful from afar, and next to a nice beach. You can't get in the fort, but there is a cemetery with 1700 graves next to the beach you can walk around. Worth 30 minutes if you're in Alit or visiting Moshe Sneh.
I logged in this site when i planned to visit Acre, upon arriving we found out it was surrounded by a naval base and so was permanently closed, what a shame.
you can still take pictures from the nearby shore.
One of those great beaches in which you walk and very quickly you find yourself alone. Grear waves for surfinf, sand is deep and the vews of the crusaders castle are fantastic. The northern beaches are also an alternative spot for nudism, if you are...More
The bay of Atlit was inhabitated since the Iron Age,The Crusaders castle CHATEAU PELERIN,(Castelum Peregrinorium) was built by the Templars and pilgrims innagurated 1218,governed by the King of Jerusalem,Jhan De Breyen,a pefect example of European Crusaders Military Architecture.On1291 after Ako was occupied by the Moslems,the...More
Since the castel is a military area, the public can get only a distant view. Once you turn off RT #721 towards Atlit and pass the first Gas station on your right, there is a small picnic area shaded by trees called "Hurshat Limor". From...More