Summer in the Galilee

In summer, most of us search for those regions where we can enjoy a breeze – and we don’t have to drive too far to get to the Galilee, with its fresh mountain air.

By ITSIK MAROM
August 6, 2016 08:48
2 minute read.
Hemdat Yamim

Hemdat Yamim. (photo credit: ITSIK MAROM)

 
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Israel is unique in its topography. While small in area, it has so many regions to choose from when looking for a destination to visit, ranging in height from 2,500 meters above sea level to 400 meters below.

In summer, most of us search for those regions where we can enjoy a breeze – and we don’t have to drive too far to get to the Galilee, with its fresh mountain air.

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