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The Dead Sea Mall

The Dead Sea Mall

Deadsea travel guide

The “Dead Sea Mall” opened for the first time in the Dead Sea, one of the ten wonders of the world. The mall is a tourist attraction and provides an answer to a decades-old shortage.

In the new shopping mall, located on a private and amazing beach, there are dozens of stores offering international brands in a variety of fields – clothing, footwear, luxury jewelry, special concept stores and more – as well as cafes and restaurants that provide tourists with additional entertainment places in the hotel area.

The mall covers an area of about 15,000 square meters over two floors, and is one of the most beautiful seen in the country.
The Dead Sea Mall caters to the Dead Sea area, which is the most visited area in Israel. There is currently no answer for a shopping and entertainment center in this area, and the mall offers an extraordinary tourist experience. The mall is located in the heart of the hotel area in Ein Bokek on the Dead Sea, and is close to the seashore.

“The Dead Sea Mall is one of the most original and prestigious commercial projects ever established in Israel. In addition to the extraordinary architecture that corresponds with the environment of the Dead Sea, which has been declared one of the eight wonders of the world, a particularly prestigious mix of stores has been chosen that includes the most well-known and leading chains in the world in order to be able to serve the public in the best possible way.”

Ein Gedi Hotel - Experience the Oasis of Tranquility, Your Perfect Stay by the Dead Sea

Ein Gedi Hotel - Experience the Oasis of Tranquility, Your Perfect Stay by the Dead Sea

The Kibbutz Ein Gedi Country Lodging is located in a peaceful and beautiful location in the Judean Desert overlooking the Dead Sea and only 5 minute’s Drive from the Dead Sea shores. Just enjoy the lowest place on earth . An oasis in the middle of the desert, whose beauty exudes vibrant hues of blue, green, yellow and red a peaceful and small slice of heaven, encompassing treasures created by members of the kibbutz community with only a magical paradise in mind. A visit to Kibbutz Ein Gedi Dead Sea Country immediately instills peace and tranquility to any visitor. The Botanical Garden displays an abundance of flora whilst caressing the shores of the salty dead sea, entrapping a festival of light and color and encouraging the visitor's senses to actually sharpen. Archaeological treasures surround Ein Gedi almost as protection. north the Qumran Caves where the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered. In The south is 'Massada' a fascinating cultural treasure and a symbol of heroism for the Jewish people, and to the Right on the doorstep the Byzantine Synagogue boasting an undamaged beautiful mosaic floor with inscriptions relating to the people of the period. Our Air is pollution free, Over 330 sunny days annually, dry, high oxygen levels, low UV rays all add up to “HEALTH” 420 meters below sea level, Ein Gedi Dead Sea captures the sense of serenity and encourages the visitor to simply relax and enjoy. A real recipe for well-being. Despite the dry atmosphere water is a major element in this small corner of the globe. Nature Reserves with gushing waterfalls the you can visit, Ein Gedi Dead Sea Spa with natural, hot, sulphur water pools and, of course, the Dead Sea. Three totally different types of water, three different forms of enjoyment and three different health aspects.

The Herbert Samuel Milos Hotel on the coastline of the Dead Sea is an authentic Greek resort

The Herbert Samuel Milos Hotel on the coastline of the Dead Sea is an authentic Greek resort

The Herbert Samuel Milos Hotel is situated on the coastline of the Dead Sea and in front of the Edom Mountains, at the lowest point on earth. The Hotel is a happy and authentic Greek resort during the day. An atmosphere of fun and relaxation is evident in every corner: The boutique hotel is spread over acres of green and well-kept areas, flower beds and ornamental trees. Designed in low construction, the hotel rooms are decorated in Greek style and painted in white and blue. They surround the central complex that includes the hotel restaurant, spa complex, and tavern. A private path that is intended for hotel guests only leads to the coastline within touching distance. Several lounge chairs are scattered around the complex to provide a place for relaxing or vigorous swimming. During the evening, the hotel takes on a mysterious and quiet appearance. A desert wind caresses the palm trees at sunset, inviting guests to go outside, breathe deeply the fresh air, and connect to a more inner, peaceful and relaxed place. The 162 rooms and suites on Milos are ideal for a special family vacation or a romantic getaway for couples. Infinity pools and terraces are part of some of the luxurious suites. There are a Turkish bath, a dry sauna, a jacuzzi, a Dead Sea water pool and a sulfur pool in the luxury spa complex, as well as designed treatment rooms and a gym for body and mind treatments. A wide variety of light meat meals, drinks, snacks, and ice creams are available at the gazebo restaurant adjacent to the pool, which serves rich breakfasts and dinners. Located in the shade of a huge ficus tree, the tavern is an authentic Greek culinary complex with stones that came from the Greek mountains. There is a conference and event hall, a synagogue, and a gaming room in the central complex. Reviews say: The Milos Dead Sea hotel receives mostly positive reviews from guests. The staff is consistently described as courteous and helpful, with particular thanks given to specific employees for their excellent service. The spa is also highly praised for its services, although some guests did mention a problem with the temperature of the sulphur baths. The beach is also noted as remarkable, and the hotel's location is generally considered excellent. However, some guests were disappointed with the quality of the food, with a few describing it as mediocre and overpriced. A few guests also experienced issues with parking or had complaints about the hotel's adherence to Jewish religious traditions. Overall, the Milos Dead Sea hotel offers a unique and pleasant atmosphere that sets it apart from a standard hotel experience.

Welcome to the Dead Sea

Welcome to the Dead Sea

Scientists are still puzzling over the geological factors that created the remarkable body of water known as the Dead Sea, which lies further beneath sea level than any other spot on earth. For visitors, there is no mystery. This extremely dense and saline sea, which has a far greater concentration of minerals than any of the oceans, and is unable to support any life form, is the source of life-giving properties to all who choose to bathe in it. Floating on the sea is not just fun, it relaxes the body and does the skin and the joints a world of good. The therapeutic black mud, found exclusively on the shores of the Dead Sea,does wonders for everyone's complexion. The Judean Desert has always attracted people seeking spiritual refuge from the world. The archeological discoveries at nearby Qumran, where the 2,000 year old Dead Sea Scrolls were discoverd in ancient pottery jars, show us how the Essenes created their unique settlements deep in the heart of the desert. Visit The Ein Gedi and Kalia Kibbutzim for an Ideal family visit and an Israeli cultural experience. http://www.inisrael.com/tour/dead/index.html

The Dead Sea: A Unique Tourist Destination with Healing Properties
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