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Achziv National Park

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Perched along the mesmerizing Mediterranean coastline of Israel, Achziv National Park beckons with its enchanting blend of natural beauty and historical significance. This coastal haven stands as a gateway to the past, inviting visitors to explore its ancient ruins, stroll along its pristine beaches, and immerse themselves in the stories that have shaped this captivating destination.

A Tapestry of History:

Achziv National Park is a living testament to the layers of history that have unfolded along Israel’s northern shores. From ancient to modern times, this site has witnessed the ebb and flow of cultures, trade routes, and human endeavors.

Achziv National Park

The Ancient City:

The remnants of an ancient Phoenician settlement are a highlight of the park. Wander through the archaeological site, where stone walls, dwellings, and intriguing artifacts glimpse the daily lives of those who once thrived in this coastal enclave.

A Coastal Playground:

The allure of Achziv National Park extends beyond its historical intrigue. The park’s sun-kissed beaches and crystal-clear waters offer a refreshing escape. Whether you’re looking to relax on the sandy shores, dip your toes in the sea, or enjoy water sports, this coastal playground caters to various outdoor pursuits.

Best Beaches in Israel

The Serenity of Nature:

As you explore the park, nature’s wonders reveal themselves in myriad forms. The lush vegetation, vibrant wildflowers, and breathtaking coastal landscapes create an ambiance of tranquility. The park is also a haven for birdwatchers, offering the chance to spot various avian species that call this area home.

Rosh Hanikra Grottoes 

A Window to Maritime Heritage:

The Maritime Museum within Achziv National Park is a treasure trove of maritime history. The museum provides context to the region’s rich nautical heritage with engaging exhibits, artifacts, and insights into the coastal way of life.

A Journey Through Time:

Walking through Achziv National Park is akin to stepping into a time capsule. Ancient ruins, modern recreational facilities, and the pristine shoreline converge to offer a multifaceted experience that resonates with history enthusiasts, nature lovers, and families alike.

Keshet Cave

Preserving the Past:

Achziv National Park is a testament to the importance of preservation and cultural heritage. By safeguarding the remnants of the past and celebrating the beauty of the present, the park offers a space for reflection, education, and appreciation.

A Coastal Gem Awaits:

Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a beach lover, or simply seeking a picturesque escape, Achziv National Park has something to offer. It’s a place where the stories of ancient civilizations are woven into the fabric of modern-day leisure, creating a harmonious blend of past and present along the stunning Mediterranean coastline.

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As you venture into Achziv National Park, you discover the beauty of the landscape and connect with the soul of a place that has witnessed the tides of time. It’s an invitation to explore, unwind, and embrace the harmony of history and nature in this coastal gem of Israel.

Opening Hours:

The entrance to the park closes one hour before the cited closing time.

Summer hours:

Sunday–Thursday and Saturday: 8 am – 5 pm

Friday and holiday eves: 8 am – 4 pm

Winter hours:

Sunday–Thursday and Saturday: 8 am – 4 pm

Friday and holiday eves: 8 am – 3 pm Holiday eves: 8 am – 1 pm

Yom Kippur eve: 8 am – 1 pm

Please note:

There are no bathing services [M1] at the southern bathing beach – the “former Club Med beach” – in the 2018 season. Bathing is prohibited on this beach.

Hours on the rest of the beach in July and August: 8:00–19:00.

Entry to the overnight campgrounds [M2] from noon. Exit at noon the next day. We recommend arriving early on holidays and Saturdays; admission is based on available space.

The National Park Website!

Monthly activity: April-September


Hi! My name is Arik, an Israeli native who dedicated his life to sharing my passion for the Holy Land with those interested in knowing more about this incredible piece of land. I’m the Chief Guide at ‘APT Private Tours in Israel’.

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