Inside an arched structure in the ruined Syrian village of Ein Fit which is in the Golan Heights region, among eucalyptus and fig trees and a jungle of thorny raspberry bushes, is a small spring full of clear and especially cold water. This spring, named after the village in which it is found, is a charming place to visit on hot summer days for a lovely cool dip and some of the quiet of the kind that the Golan Heights region can offer. The village of Ein Fit used to be a military village where the Syrian army housed the families of the officers who served in this area. The village was taken during the battle over Tel Faher and was abandoned by its inhabitants. From the balconies of the tall houses in the village one can view the landscape of the Golan Heights. The access to the spring is through road number 99 between Sa’ar waterfall and Mas'ade.