The Sharon plain, Southern Carmel Mountains & Lower Galilee -Tour 15.
Caesaria, an ancient Meditteranean port intitially designed by Herod & dedicated to Ceaser Augustus. The Crusaders who occupied the site at a later date also left their architectural mark on the complex.
As an entrance port into the Holyland it has always been an important site to all those that occupied it. Consequently it accommodates Jewish, Christian & Muslim histories.
Zichron Yaakov, a picturesque village in the Southern Carmel mountains that played an important role in the pre & early state years.
Megiddo, located on a strategic junction of the via Maris (an ancient trade route from Egypt to Syria), has a history stretching back 6000 years. To many evangelical Christians it is the location of the final battle between good & evil, namely Armaggedon.