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Manao Beach, Neurim, Hefer Valley

Manao Beach, Neurim, Hefer Valley

The Manao Neurim beach, recently upgraded and now offers sports training complex with variety of gyms and workshops, as well as a Puccioli lot (beach volleyball -like game). The renewed beach restaurant and the coffee satnd on the cliff. The entire coastal space was built using natural resources, in the design that blends with the sea, according to ecological values. the Manao Nurim beach is a beatiful mediteranian beach with yellow soft sand and amazing water for bathing and surfing. MANA Restaurant is a great dining spot that offers Israeli dishes that may include Cabbage Salad, Different Fish, Tabula, Zukini Salad, Hamburgers, drinks and deserts.

The Portuguese diner, Bitan Aharon

The Portuguese diner, Bitan Aharon

When you cross Israel from south to north or visiting the Sharon area (Netanya and it's vicinity), you can stop and satisfy your hunger at the Portugese. you are invited to enjoy a delicious smoked meat meal, amazing sandwiches, dreamy wings, legendary chicken and many other dishes for the whole family at prices that suit every family. The Portuguese. Bitan Aharon. 09-9531549 Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday between 11:30 and 22:00 Friday between 11:00 and 16:00 Saturday is closed

Herzl’s Burika, Netanya Market – Shuk

Herzl’s Burika, Netanya Market – Shuk

Burika or Burik, is one a fastfood falfel competitor dish of Tunisian and Tripoli expats. This small stand has existed for more than 60 years and today is managed by Eli, the third generation, who prepares a wonderful and crackling burika "exactly according to the family's traditional recipe". For many people in Brick, or Burika, depending on who you ask, it's a matter of nostalgia: Brick stands were almost as common as falafel stands in the 70s and 80s. Today, if you want to buy a brik hot from the fryer, you can find it mainly in the Ada strongholds in Yehud, Netanya and the Carmel Market. The brik dough is unique in the world of doughs: both thin, flexible and really, really comfortable to work with. Its preparation is a craft in which the number of practitioners is decreasing, and is mainly reserved for experienced Tunisian cooks, who know the techniques and tricks for precisely rolling out the delicate dough. For home preparation, we borrow the cigar leaves from the Moroccan kitchen - they are also flexible, thin and behave excellently in frying. You can find them in the frozen dough section of the supermarket, next to the Malawach. Eli fills the thin burik sheet, made on site, with egg and potatoes and deep-fries everything together. If all this goodness is not enough padding for you, he will put the fried burek in a pita for you to protect your clothes from the runny egg yolk. You can add spicy, tahini, salad and chershi (pumpkin salad) to this perfect dish, and most importantly - you can buy Burik leaves for home. Shoham 13 Netanya

Maree Restaurant Netanya

Maree Restaurant Netanya

Located on the roof of the Vert Hotel, this new rooftop restaurant offers spectacular views of the city's beach. Known as Mari, the place combines night entertainment with culinary to attract Israeli tourists and guests of the nearby hotel. The restaurant, with a luxurious and stunning design, which covers 900 square meters, and is divided into several entertainment areas. In the center stands a very large chandelier, and under it the open kitchen that can be viewed from all wings of the restaurant. As well as fish and meat dishes from Josper, Maree Restaurant offers lighter options, including tuna carpaccio with Amaranth mustard, mustard sorbet, and toasted sesame, tuna tartar on bruschetta with soft egg, tahini, almond cream and dill, fish sashimi with matuba vinaigrette, eggplant sashimi, Tassos olives, crispy quinoa and pickled onions. There is also grilled filet with gnocchi, mushroom ragout, porcini mushroom whipped cream, and tomato crunch (NIS 138); and sweet potato candies with citrus fennel cream, olive oil, Tassos olives, Shatta pepper, peas, and za'atar crumble. There were also crumbled strawberry millefeuille and vanilla panna cotta with cinnamon streusel and coriander seeds.

Planetanya

Planetanya

Netanya now has a planetarium thanks to Mr. Madarame-San, a true supporter of Israel! A 1,200 square meter building with a planetarium, different activity rooms, a meditation space, and an education center for visiting students from all over Israel. An attraction for the whole family, combining a touristic and educational attraction that inspires inspiration, imagination, and thinking development in a variety of activities. Planetanya is a website where you can learn about science, space, and astronomy. It is also possible to learn about Japanese culture. There are 7 acres of land spread out over a Japanese-style, bright and light building. Students from the municipal and national education system will come to "Planetanya" for enrichment days in space sciences and basic sciences. The public is invited to take part in the lectures, classes, workshops, and scientific and cultural events to be held in the compound. The Netanya Foundation 2 Hazoran St., First Floor, Netanya Israel

Poleg Beach Netanya

Poleg Beach Netanya

Poleg Beach is located in the southern part of the city of Netanya, near the neighborhoods of Ramat Poleg and Ir Yamim. Poleg Beach (Green Beach) is the southern bathing beach in Netanya. Unlike the rest of the city's beaches, access to the beach is easy in the absence of a cliff at the back of the beach. The beach is located in the south of the city of Netanya. The beach is a regulated bathing beach, with rescue services and disabled access. In the back of the beach there is an event complex "Bamboo Village" including a bar, restaurant and surfing club. On the south side of Poleg Beach towards Wingate, is a beach used for kite surfing activities. The activity that takes place on the beach of parachutes and surfboards produces a spectacular view for the residents of the area. In June-August, a beach soccer tournament is held on Poleg Beach (every Friday), an attraction that attracts the best Israeli athletes to the beach, as well as sports, soccer, beach and sea enthusiasts. At Poleg Beach there are: a toilet and shower building, a first aid station, shade sheds, fitness facilities and beach and volleyball courts. There is a large parking lot near Poleg Beach, so it was decided to transfer all motorized water sports activities to it. Vessels carrying vehicles are allowed to reach the water line and after unloading the craft exit easily through the parking lot. In order to verify the quality of the water, high-frequency sample tests are conducted at the beach.

Welcome to Netanya

Welcome to Netanya

Netanya city from aboveNetanya, capital of the "Sharon" district, is located close to the seashores of the Mediteranean Sea, between "Poleg" stream and Wingate Institute in the south and the "Avichail" stream in the north. Natanya's proximity to the sea (14 kilometers of the most beautiful shores in the world) and its pleasant climate have made the city a most desirable tourist attraction and resort area. Netanya, the largest city on the crossroads between Tel-Aviv and Haifa forms a connecting link between the northern and central parts of the country. Due to its central location near the Tel-Aviv - Haifa railroad tracks, 30 kilometers north of Tel-Aviv and 50 kilometers south of Haifa), Netanya has become a center for tourists as well as for industrial development. Three features have contributed to the development of Netanya as a city of tourism and leisure: beautifully maintained sea shores offering a variety of high standard services and the new beach elevator, a wide selection of hotels, restaurants, bars and places of entertainment appealing to the national as well as the international tourist, and the central geographic location allowing easy access to tourist sites all over the country. Nearby services provide a wide variety of activities from nature walks for the whole family to sports such as paragliding, miniature plane flying, jeep tours, horseback riding and sail boating http://www.inisrael.com/netanya/index.html

City of Netanya

City of Netanya

Netanya, capital of the "Sharon" district, is located close to the seashores of the Mediteranean Sea, between "Poleg" stream and Wingate Institute in the south and the "Avichail" stream in the north. Natanya's proximity to the sea (14 kilometers of one the most beautiful shores in the world) and its pleasant climate have made the city a most desirable tourist attraction and resort area. Netanya, the largest city on the crossroads between Tel-Aviv and Haifa forms a connecting link between the northern and central parts of the country. Due to its central location near the Tel-Aviv - Haifa railroad tracks, 30 kilometers north of Tel-Aviv and 50 kilometers south of Haifa), Netanya has become a center for tourists as well as for shopping and  industrial development. Three features have contributed to the development of Netanya as a city of tourism and leisure: beautifully maintained sea shores offering a variety of high standard services and the new beach elevator, a wide selection of hotels, (The King Solomon Hotel is a fine example) restaurants, bars and places of entertainment appealing to the national as well as the international tourist, and the central geographic location allowing easy access to tourist sites all over the country. Nearby services provide a wide variety of activities from nature walks for the whole family to sports such as paragliding, miniature plane flying, jeep tours, horseback riding and sail boating. New hotels A new hotel for a great vacation is about to open - Escape to Netanya’s newest all-suite hotel – the Ramada Netanya on the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, located just under an hour drive from Tel Aviv, and only 15 minutes from the Caesarea Golf Club. The five-star accommodations, full-service spa, relaxing pool and prime location will provide for the perfect combination of indulgence, accessibility and service. With the Grand Opening this summer 2011 on the Israeli Riviera, Ramada Netanya is the ultimate blend of indulgence, pampering, and sea and sun. Official sea Beaches There are 8 official lifeguard stations along the sea shore from Goldmintz beach in the south to Blue Bay Beach in the north. All stations have modern facilities with showers, sheds, first aid services and rented deck-chairs. Open from May until October. The central beach Sironit is open all year around. Free entrance. Poleg Nature Reserve South to Netanya is where Kids love to roll down and play on the sand dunes at the Nachal Poleg Nature Reserve. The reserve offers an interesting hike along the Poleg River, upstream to the point it meets the sea. The riverbanks are lined with eucalyptus trees, planted almost a century ago to help drain the swamps. In winter and early spring, the wildflowers along the route have made the Poleg Reserve a favorite destination for botanist where you’ll find a large concentration of Purple Iris blooming in February and March. Netanya Is located Just 30 minutes drive from Tel Aviv, 40 minutes drive from Haifa and and hour and a half from Jerusalem.

The beach elevator Netanya

The beach elevator Netanya

The Ministry of Tourism, through the Government Tourism Company, is currently working on the construction of a new elevator that will descend from the cliff promenade in Netanya to the beach. This is the second elevator to be built in the city to bridge the height difference between the cliff promenade and the seafront and will make the spectacular beach of Netanya accessible to young and the elderly, families with small children and babies. The beach elevator near the Island and Ramada hotels) is the second elevator, as another elvator already operates on the Rishonim promenade, which, in addition to being a tourist attraction, also makes the beach fully accessible to people with disabilities. The current elevator - will bridge over a height of 33 m and will be connected to the promenade via an overhead observation bridge. It will include two compartments and will operate in a transparent shaft, which will allow an open view of the sea view. The bottom of the elevator will open to a closed lobby from which there will be an exit to the lower observation deck.

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