Each one embodies a uniqueness:
- The Mediterranean – lining the coast of Israel there are many stunning beaches where you can spend your time. Leisure your way up and down the coast, by swimming, using beach facilities, a romantic day-walk on the shore, or watching the amazing sunset views.
- The Sea of Galilee, called in Hebrew: the ‘Kinneret,’ located at the foot of the Golan Heights, and used as a transfer way for the Jordan River. You may take a swim or join the water sport activities offered by the surrounding beaches around. You may visit the ancient 2000 years old sites of the Jewish communities in the North West of the Sea of Galilee, which used as the roots of Christianity. There you may visit beautiful Catholic churches, and sites that Jesus would stay, live, preach, made miracles, healed, and perform his missionary deeds. Touch the water, or take a boat cruise on the water to get acquainted with the area around, or to absorb religious inspiration.
- The Dead Sea is the “Lowest Spot on Earth,” at minus 430 meter below sea level. Water filters into the sea through the Jordan river and others, but no rivers flow out of the sea. Due to the high salt content, the sea contains major healthy benefits and minerals for your skin.
You can wade deep in the water, put some mud on your body, touch and experience the high quantities of salt, enjoy a relaxing spa treatment, or just relish a good book while floating on the water.
- The Red Sea, we can meet at the Bay of Eilat, located at the southernmost point of the State of Israel. Eilat is a resort town, which provides visitors with many recreational options of how to spend time at the beach.
The Bay of Eilat contains Coral Beach, offering scuba-divers access to one of the most famous reefs in the world.