Ashkelon: A great escape

From history to sun and sand, escape rooms and beyond, Ashkelon has it all.

By MEITAL SHARABI
March 2, 2017 17:42
4 minute read.
Israel escape room

Players locked in escape rooms solve puzzles in a fixed time limit to complete a mission and escape. (photo credit: MEITAL SHARABI)

 
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Our planet might be small, but it is full of pleasant surprises, such as Israel’s beaches along the Mediterranean Sea. Israel has beautiful port cities, such as Haifa, Jaffa and Ashkelon, each of which has very nice beaches that are often overlooked.

Ashkelon, the southernmost of these, is a natural gem offering many attractions that Israelis tend to pass right by without a second glance.

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