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Caesarea National Park, Caesarea

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Swim, dine, shop, and explore layers of civilizations built, destroyed, and rebuilt over thousands of years at Caesarea National Park, an archeological treasure of the Mediterranean. The park, harbor, and beach offer many points of interest, including spectacular excavation sites surrounded by impressive crusader walls and a multimedia performance show. Explore the mosaics, marble sculptures, and balustrades of this ancient prosperous port built more than 2,000 years ago. Other attractions here include an aqueduct, golf club, public and private beach, amphitheater, and hippodrome. Located on the Tel Aviv-Haifa highway near Kibbutz Sdot Yam, the park provides wheelchair access to some of its main highlights. To visit Caesarea National Park and get the most from your holiday in Caesarea, create itinerary details personal to you using our Caesarea trip builder.
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  • You must be already a hardcore ruin lover to be impressed here. The location is top, but half of the complex is a tourist shop and you need much imagination for the rest. Anyone who knows the Roman ruins in Italy, will be disappointed.
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  • The National Park mainly consists of the city built by Herod to the South of Haifa. Without a doubt, how not moved in a place so full of history to Christianity and history in general. Although nowadays it has no churches, nor is a place of worship, it is there and where he began the spread of Christianity, the port where embarked the "good news" from the province of Judea to the world. According to acts of the Apostles, in Cesarea Peter baptized the Centurion Cornelius. Later Pedro returned to Caesarea Maritima, prisoner by order of Herod. Also Pablo de Tarso was taken prisoner to Caesarea. Allow yourself to experience sensations during the visit. Wear footwear appropriate protection for the ankle, esto no doubt will facilitate the walked. The floors are sometimes uneven and rocky.
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  • There are two choices: a) A visit to the commercial area of shops and restaurants in very pretty old or reconstructed buildings or b) an extended visit which includes the shops, restaurants and a visi...  more »