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Haifa District : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Parc
“Beautiful gardens of the Bahai people, which became a symbol of Haifa. from the top you can enjoy great view of the city and the port. There are free tours inside the gardens running everyday(except of Wedensday), several times a day, in Hebrew, English and Arabic. To enter the gardens it's required to wear clothes which cover your shoulders and knees. ”
  • Recommandé par 59 habitants
Historic Site
“the Caesarea Antiquities National Park presents a cultural continuity of 2,500 years of history, and therefore it is a site of national and international importance. The site preserves values of nature, landscape and historic legacy, and cultivates them for the coming generations. Caesarea moved back and forth between periods of affluence and prosperity, and destruction and ruin. The city’s remains give evidence of days of pomp and glory as well as periods of regression and decline. The city began life in the Persian period (4th century BCE), when a trading station was established on the Mediterranean sea shore, containing a protective fort. This town was part of the line of settlements established by people from Tyre and Sidon along the coastline, down to Egypt. The name of this small town was “Straton” (in Hebrew – Migdal Sharshon), after the name of the person who founded it – the King of Sidon. In the Roman period, Herod identified the potential of the place, and in 30 BCE he commenced building a port city there. He named it Caesarea, in honor of Augustus Caesar who gave the territory to Herod as a gift. Previous port cities at that time were established in the vicinity of natural bays, but Herod began building an artificial port, one of the largest in the Middle East, and the most sophisticated. The port contributed greatly to the general stability of the city. Caesarea reached the peak of its prosperity in the Roman-Byzantine period, and its remains from that period show a flourishing city, containing a system for the supply of flowing water, planned streets, cultural and municipal public buildings (from temples to theaters), and more. In the Roman period Caesarea was the capital of the Province of Judea, the place of residence of governors, and it also had a large Jewish community. In the Byzantine period the city became a large metropolis, and enjoyed an important status due to the Christian community living there.”
  • Recommandé par 14 habitants
Parc
“The Gardens Convention is perfected as the tomb of Baron Rothschild and his wife, but they are much more. In a large complex of carefully arranged and highest quality gardens in the country. Around the gardens is a beautiful nature reserve with hiking and biking trails. . Free entry. You can watch a movie about the Baron There are parking areas on site. The place is a stone for families and children alike. Free 25 min by car”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Parc
“Hecht Park is the largest stretch of greenery within the urban area of the City of Haifa. Hecht Park spans an area of 75 dunams. The park uniqueness is its multifaceted construction, offering an array of activities for children and adults. The playground built next to the southern parking lot sports brand new equipment including swings, climbing facilities, and the always popular "Omega" pulley allowing kids to slide midair along the beach. Near the playground there is a beautiful grassy field for picnics. For adults, there is workout equipment. Natural pathways allow for walking, running and hiking along a 3-kilometer perimeter. also biking lanes and skate park. with beautiful beach view!!”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants
Parc
“Israel's largest national park, extending over most of the Carmel mountain range, and containing over 10,000 hectares of pine, eucalyptus, and cypress forest. The park has numerous bicycle and walking paths, dedicated nature reserves, and over 250 archaeological sites inhabited by prehistoric humans. The park is one of the largest open spaces of northern Israel. It is a typical example of a Mediterranean ecosystem, and includes a rich inventory of geological phenomena, prehistoric artefacts, biodiversity and landscapes. In 1996 it was recognised by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve. ”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“The top of entrance of the bahai starts at "panorama" street or "yefe nof" street. it is Louis Promenade”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“Louis Promenade - a lovely park/promenade offers amazing view of Haifa bay and the whole surroundings. this is really beautiful and most pleasant stroll ”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Parc
“Caesarea National Park, harbor and beach offer a wealth of attractions, including antiquities, dining, and shopping.”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants

Aires de jeux

Parc
“Hecht Park is the largest stretch of greenery within the urban area of the City of Haifa. Hecht Park spans an area of 75 dunams. The park uniqueness is its multifaceted construction, offering an array of activities for children and adults. The playground built next to the southern parking lot sports brand new equipment including swings, climbing facilities, and the always popular "Omega" pulley allowing kids to slide midair along the beach. Near the playground there is a beautiful grassy field for picnics. For adults, there is workout equipment. Natural pathways allow for walking, running and hiking along a 3-kilometer perimeter. also biking lanes and skate park. with beautiful beach view!!”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants

Plages

Beach
“Bat Galim Promenade A quiet stroll towards evening on the seashore, as the sunset paints the skies a warm orange, and the sound of the waves penetrates the soul. Haifa is situated along the shores of the Mediterranean, offering promenades and beaches that are suitable for everyone. The Bat Galim Promenade is spread along the length of the seashore of the peaceful Bat Galim neighborhood, filled with restaurants, coffee shops, a diving center, surfer club and the lower cable car station. The panoramic cable car connects to Stella Maris Church and Monastery, where a spectacular view of the Haifa Bay can be seen. ”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Beach
“Quiet Beach, (the only payed beach on Haifa, Separate days for men & woman) usually used by religions people,”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Beach
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant

Sentiers

Trail
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant