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Achziv

Achziv is situated in the Western Galilee region between Nahariya and Rosh HaNikra, along the Northern coast of Israel. In the Bible, Achziv is mentioned as one of the cities of the Tribe of Asher, one of the Tribes of Israel. It served as an ancient port around which a settlement grew. This coastal strip is an enchanting and fascinating Nature Reserve, along which there are lagoons and natural seawater pools. In front of the coast there are small islands which are a Nature Reserve as well. Achziv National Park combines a rocky coastline that is full of bays, lagoons, natural and artificial seawater pools- one deep and the other shallow and suitable for children, archeological remnants of an ancient settlement and vast lawns. Due to the clear and transparent water, one can easily see the water lilies, sea urchins and small octopuses, hiding beneath the stones. In summertime one can spend the night in this Natural Park sleeping under the sky.

 

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Opening hours of Achziv National Park:
April, May, June, September, October: 8 am - 5 pm
Fridays and holiday eves: 8 am - 3 pm
July - August: 8 am - 7 pm
Entrance to the reserve closes one hour before closing time listed.
Entrance to the campsite from 12:00. Exit the parking lot at 12:00 the next day.
Achziv Phone: +(972) 4-9823263
Address: Achziv
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