Eilat

Southernmost city in Israel, port city and popular holiday destination for Israelis and foreigners alike. Borders Jordan and Egypt on the Red Sea

Free Eilat flights for evacuees extended until August's end

Government extends free flights from Eilat for evacuees until end of August, along with free Ravko charging, benefiting those from south and north, kidnapped, and missing families.

By MOSHE COHEN
08/07/2024

What could be more magical than entering the Isrotel Eilat universe?

Vacationers can also easily access the promenade in the marina area nearby, where one can find plenty of attractions, from shopping in Eilat’s tax-exempt stores to majestic beaches.

By AUDREY LYNN LEINOFF
07/07/2024

Planning a summervacation in Eilat? Save thousands on electronics

This summer, Eilat is the destination for Israelis looking to stay close to home while saving money. Our findings reveal that you can save significantly on electronics while vacationing in Eilat.

By WALLA! TECH
03/07/2024

From now on less than 17 percent: alo yoga lands in Eilat

alo yoga expands: The fourth store opens in Eilat with a stunning view of the Red Sea. A million dollars invested in an innovative space for current collections and a unique shopping experience.

By SHOVAL AZOR
02/07/2024

Sea of lights: New lighting attraction in Eilat

Eilat's promenade has been adorned with 15 stunningly beautiful and colorful light installations, including flowers, dolphins, hearts, illuminated bars, and exquisite photo spots.

Houthi attacks on Israel impact Eilat port, international trade, and maritime security

Eilat’s port been closed since November due Houthi attacks in the Red Sea, creating financial stress for the city. Nevertheless, goods being rerouted to Israel’s Mediterranean ports continuing trade.

By NATHAN KLABIN/THE MEDIA LINE
31/05/2024

War at Sea: Gulf of Eilat and Red Sea challenges

Focused on military issues, the government has not set goals regarding sea lanes of communication for commercial vessels to and from Israeli ports in the Red Sea.

By SHAUL CHOREV
07/05/2024

Iran-backed Bahraini group claims second attack on Israel

As Iran pushes Islamic countries to cut ties with Israel, they may be using Bahraini resistance group to destabilize region.

Cellcom's new fiber optic network in south vs maritime threats

Cellcom introduces a 250 km advanced fiber optic network to Eilat, providing an alternative to Suez Canal connections amid Houthis' cable-cutting threats.

By DR. ITAI GAL
02/05/2024

Planning to visit Eilat this summer? Check out the new commercial center

Eilat continues to grow: Israel Land Development Company reports receiving approval for the new commercial center "Seven Stars" at the city's entrance.

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