The Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve

The Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve, which is located in the Sharon area, spreads over a fairly modest area of less than 45 dunams on a limestone ridge which includes quite a few ancient burial caves that are mostly closed to visitors. The Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve offers a variety of flora, from Spiny Broom to Jujube, from Valonea oak (the only one at the Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve) to Fig and Carob trees, from Joint Pine to the Stinkbush. And in between these one can find Squills, Sea Daffodils, Bunchflower Daffodils, Cyclamens, Buttercups and Orchids. This is a real botanical celebration, which makes the visit to the Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve a recommended one, especially during the winter and spring. The Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve also offers a beautiful observation point, a cave with nine burial spaces (the Shezifi Cave into which one can enter), an ancient irrigation pool, a renovated well and more. Between all of these connects an unmarked trail.
Arrival at the Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve: from the Havatzelet HaSharon Junction, which is on the Costal Road (Kvish HaHof), go to road number 5710. The Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve is located to the east of moshav Bitan Aharon.
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it is recommended to verify the opening hours and entrance requirements with the site itself
 ●  Animals   ●   Children   ●   Access   ●   Free admission  ● 
Opening hours of the Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve:
Unlimited during the day. It is prohibited to visit here during the night.
Address: near Moshav Bitan Aharon
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