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Najlepsze parki – Akko

Beach
“A beautiful rocky beach not highly recommended for swimming, being shallow and rocky. Also no much sand for laying. Very nice scenery. This park has a small beautiful beach and good facilities. ”
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Zoo
“Monkey Forest is a unique place located 25 min drive, where kids can enjoy feeding the monkey and seeing many other animals.”
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Park
“uins of a Crusader estate, destroyed by the Mamluk Sultan Baibars. Panoramic views of Western Galilee await at the top of the fortress.”
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Ogródek
“ Gardens near the Shrine of Bahá'u'lláh in Acre, Israel Bahá'í gardens can be found at Bahá'í Holy Places in Israel and elsewhere, and at Bahá'í Houses of Worship. Many Bahá'í holy places in Haifa and around Acre, Israel were inscribed on the World Heritage List in July 2008. A beautiful flowering and a short spring hike. A very nice place. Open space up to 16:00 and free entrance.”
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Park
“A wonderful natural reserve full of green and water. Multiple trails and a great place for a day out in the nature. 35 min drive”
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“One of the best places in the north. Really nice garden with lots of animals. You can go to the sites at the zoo or just hangout at the garden. An oasis of beautiful flowers and calm - Fun to watch animals. They were fun to watch including some of the peacocks and ducks and other fowl which wandered around the gardens. Landscaping was beautiful.”
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“Achziv is located in the Western Galilee region of northern Israel, on the Mediterranean coast about 15km north of Akko, south of Rosh HaNikra, and close to the city of Nahariya. The Achziv National Park is the main attraction in this quiet coastal village. The national park consists of a stretch of beach bordered by rocky cliffs, lagoons and sea pools both natural and manmade. If you look out to sea across the water you’ll see several small islands which are part of a separate nature reserve called (not surprisingly) The Islands of Achziv Beach. During the summer you can see flocks of seagulls nesting on these islands. Within the Achziv National Park are the remains of a Crusader castle and the Biblical city which stood here. Achziv was one of the cities of Asher and is mentioned in the Mishnah and Talmud. Although there are remains of the Crusader period when the site was called Casle Umberti, most of the remains here are from the later Mamluk and Ottoman eras. At that time the Arab village of Az-Zeeb was built partially with stones taken from the Crusader castle. For tourists the most important part of Achziv is the beach, recognized by locals as one of the finest in Israel. There are coves, cliffs and naturally formed lagoons where you can discover marine life which has not yet been scared away by the human visitors. Here you’ll see Rock Pigeons, Swifts and Sternas flying above you and sea urchins, small fish and crabs in the rock pools. In July and August sea turtles make their way up the beach to lay their eggs. On Achziv Beach during the summer you’ll find lifeguards, first aid service, showers, a café, a playground and restrooms. It is possible to stay in the national park campground (972-4-9823263) which is open to groups all year round and to families between Passover and Sukkot. Camping rates are 60NIS for adults and 50NIS for kids. The Achziv National Park is open from 8am to 5pm from April to June and during September and October. In July and August the park is open until 7pm. Entrance is 33NIS for adults and 20NIS for kids.”
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“ממש מעבר לגדר הבית, ישנה יציאה לוואדי של נחל פרוד. בחורף הנחל והמפלים שוצפים וגועשים ובקיץ הוא כזיב, אך עדיין נפלא לטייל לאורך הנחל ולעצור לקפה קטן בשקיעה.”
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