We were 7 on bicycles and decided shortly after arrival to stay two nights instead of one. The town itself is nice, people are friendly the food is good. Juha’s guesthouse is a very relaxed place, it’s clean, the staff is very helpful and caring. Wonderful place. We had the chance to have the best dinner on the the tour in Jisr Az Zagar. Ask for the Marrocan lady in the small port. You will be seated on her balcony, book in advance. She can cook!
enjoyed our stay at Juha's Guesthouse, which is simple and comfortable, with friendly and helpful staff. We were happy they could add another mattress so that three of us could stay in the room, and they gave good suggestions of what to do in the village. Welcoming atmosphere.
We enjoyed our stay. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Recommend warmly. It is a joint Jewish-Arab cooperative .project Located on the coast with many attractions in the area and right on the Israel hiking trail.
We were in jucha's guest house for two days and it was amazing experience! The hostel os clean, beautiful and located in great place at the village. Is the best way to know jiser a- zarka and feel like a local. The stuff is very nice and helpfull. I recommend it very much!
One of my favorite places to visit in all of Israel and definitely the one that is still somewhat of a secret to most tourists. Could not recommend visiting this guesthouse and village more. The owners are fabulous people and the staff and volunteers really go over and above to make you feel welcome and to help. So many cool eccentricities in this place. The story and history is fascinating. Archaeological discoveries, tours, home cooked dinners, amazing beaches, and historic Caesarea is a beach walk away. And I would be remiss if I failed to mention the people of the village. Very much worth meeting and listening to their stories. Do pay a visit!