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Tiberias Beaches and major tourist sites

Tiberias beaches and attractions

All you need to know about Sea of Galilee tourism

If you already ordered your flight tickets to Israel, and you're going to visit Lake Kinneret, El Al gathered all the information you need to know.

Gai Beach – The water park near Gai Beach Hotel offers: water slides, family water slides, slides for youth and small children. Besides, the park houses a “wave” pool, a regular pool, a restaurant, and a café.

The Silent Beach
The beach is at the northern entrance to the city.
Tel.  04-6700800

Blue Reach
The beach is at the northern entrance to the city.
Tel. 04-6720105

The beach of Ron Beach Hotel
The beach is at the northern entrance to the city.
It neighbors Ron Hotel.
Tel. 04-6791350

The Musical Beach
The beach is on the Alon Promenade.
The entrance is free of charge.

Sironit
The beach is at the southern entrance to the city.
Camping is available.
Tel. 04-6721449

Ganim (the city beach)
The beach is at the southern entrance to the city.
There is a children’s pool, lawns and grass-lots.
Night camping is available.
Tel. 04-6728536

The Ramat Egoz Pool
The pool is open every day (during the bathing season). Opening hours: 08:00 – 17:00.
Visitors can swim at night, order certain time for swimming, and hold events on the pool’s area.
Tel. 04-6731954

The beach with the separation of men and women
The beach is opposite the tomb of Rabbi Meir. It is open for men and women, with entire separation of the two parts of the beach.
Working hours: 09:00 – 17:00.
SPA centers:

SPA Hamei Tveria.
Tel. 04-6728500

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Tiberias Major Tourist Sites

The Tiberias Old City offers lots of interesting archaeological monuments testifying to the city’s rich history. If you want to combine rest at Tiberias with educational program and learn of the ancient history, you should without fail visit the Old City in Tiberias and unique historico-archaeological sites in its area.

The Archaeological Park
The ruins of the synagogue are from the end of Byzantium epoch and early Islam. Reconstruction of the mosaic shows clearly the motif of the four kinds of plants (the plants of the Sukkot holiday.

The Southern Walls
The city walls were built in the 18th century, but then ruined as a result of the earthquake in 1838 and only partially restored. One can clearly see the towers ‘interlaced’ with the walls. Going along the walls to the East and turning right to the boardwalk, you will be able to enjoy the view of the Greek Orthodox Church complex.

The tombs of the Jewish Righteous attract each year plenty of tourists and believers, who gather here to commemorate the great Jewish sages. Here such prominent Righteous, as Rambam (Maimonides), Meir Baal HaNes (Meir the Miracle-worker), Rabbi Akiba, and Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakkai, are buried. You can visit the tombs with the guided tours of the city, during which experienced guides will tell you about an extremely rich Jewish culture and life of the great Righteous buried in Tiberias.

A pedestrian street, leading from the Promenade upwards to the city center, each summer night offers people on vacation a picturesque bazaar, where one can buy many various souvenirs. Strolling through the street, you can take a sit in one of the cozy restaurants and ice-cream parlours and try the local cuisine. In winter, in an especially warm day and on weekends, on the pedestrian street there are various entertainments and games for all the family.

HaYarkon Street
Or, as the residents of Tiberias and its outskirts call it, Dagim (Fish). People come here at the weekend to buy fresh fish from Kinneret. Recently, the street underwent major renovation.