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City
“breath taking landscape of a panoramic views of Mount Hermon in the Golan Heights, trails to a cave-fortress, and ruins of an ancient synagogue”
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Restaurant
“The Magdalena restaurant offers a Mediterranean Galilee menu made up of delicious and generous dishes, each of which is an experience for all the senses. The restaurant is located next to the ancient Migdal settlement, formerly Megadala, a beautiful and enchanting town that kisses the shores of the Sea of ​​Galilee and the Ginosar Valley, where Mary Magdalene was born”
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Point of Interest
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Park
“A spectacular view, sheer cliff climbing, Jewish pirates... what can be more interesting? Be sure to come during daylight hours, it closes at 17:00 during the summer months”
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Bar
“Local bar, self serve (buy at the counter) cheap beers and friendly place , closed on Mondays usually and Thursdays host open Mic live music from time to time,”
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Place of Worship
“Magdalena restaurant is a proper gourmet Galilee cuisine with a Mediterranean touch. it's defiantly not cheap but the food is great and the view and atmosphere is very special. ”
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Lodging
“there's a ancient 2000 years old boat which is preserved and displayed , and the same building have also a museum of Yigal Alon that hosts different art works . ”
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Natural Feature
“The Ein Nun fountain near the Migdal settlement is a green and refreshing spot for travelers in the Sea of Galilee. The spring emanates into two clear pools, one natural and the other artificial and shallow. The area is adjacent to a plentiful spring in the vegetation that allows holidaymakers, along with bathing on site, to enjoy shaded seating and rest areas as well as fishing opportunities. Like other springs, bathing at the place is without the rescue of a lifeguard and full responsibility of the bathers. Free of charge. The spring can be reached all year round. It is advisable to arrive at light hours. For those coming from Tiberias, you should drive on Route 90 to the north. About ten meters after the official turn to the Migdal settlement, turn left into a dirt road marked with blue-yellow-white (in front of the intersection kiosk). Continue for about half a mile on the dirt road to the artificial spring pool where the vehicle should be parked. There are free parking spaces near the artificial spring pool. **It's located 550 meter from us, 2 minutes by car, 15 minutes' walk. ”
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Kaufhaus
“Great place to buy groceries. It's the only supermarket in the area that is open Friday night and Saturday!”
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Bus Station
“Magdalena is a chef restaurant that serve local Galilee it's not cheap but worth it Angusari - Serve pretty good burgers ”
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Friseursalon/Barbier
Meeresfrüchte-Restaurant
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Bus Station
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Restaurant
“The Magdalena restaurant offers a Mediterranean Galilee menu made up of delicious and generous dishes, each of which is an experience for all the senses. The restaurant is located next to the ancient Migdal settlement, formerly Megadala, a beautiful and enchanting town that kisses the shores of the Sea of ​​Galilee and the Ginosar Valley, where Mary Magdalene was born”
  • Von 1 Einheimischen empfohlen
Meeresfrüchte-Restaurant
Friseursalon/Barbier
Restaurant

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