There's Nothing Quite Like it Half way between Tel Aviv and Haifa, Caesarea is an attractive Mediterranean port with a Roman aqueduct and amphitheater which hosts the Annual Jazz Festival against the timeless backdrop of the sea. Herod the Great dedicated the port to Caesar Augustus more than 2,000 years ago. Today, it is one of Israel's major tourist attractions and an increasingly popular place for Israel's elite to make their homes. Caesarea offers sandy beaches, ancient harbor, restaurants and cafes overlooking the beach and museum which takes the visitor on a magical journey through Caesarea's history. On May 2009 a new Pete Dye designed golf course was opened to the great delight of local and international golfers as this is the only 18 holes course in the country! Israel can enjoy now golf tourism, particularly due to its mild climate, where golf can be played all year long. Experts estimate that the name of Pete Dye, designer of the new golf course, will attract golf tourists from all over the world. The Golf Residence is located at the highest point in Caesarea. It borders on the golf course and is inundated with extensive green spaces. The Golf Residence includes a total of 384 lots of 600 and 1,000 m2. About 300 lots have already been sold. The new residence is being constructed adjacent to the new golf club and as we know, golf has a great effect on the value of real estate and the closer the lot is to the golf course, the higher the price. Real estate consultants who specialize in golf neighborhoods around the world clarified that a lot designated for construction that was located near a Pete Dye-designed golf club is considered a 'tremendous prize' around the world. There are still 11 lots that border the Golf Club, each of which occupies 1 dunam of land. Beside the new Golf Club, other attractions at Caesarea are the old city and the Caesarea Harbor which offer the visitor a tourism experience of scenery, tastes, and a touch of the history of one of the most beautiful and major cities in ancient Israel. This 'voyage in time' is accomplished through innovative technologies, computerized animation and interactive displays. The Harbor also features an artists' complex, galleries, a souvenir shop, restaurants, and coffee shops, as well as a pleasant breeze, magnificent sunsets, a well-equipped beach, special scenery and plenty of atmosphere. For more information click here

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