The north-west of the State of Israel corresponds to the Western Galilee. This region stretches along the shores of the Mediterranean coast, from the north of Haifa to the north of Nahariyya, and also groups part of the land inland towards Upper Galilee. Moving away from Haifa, the region of Western Galilee is increasingly in rural movement along the coast, beyond the former cross-town of Akko to the northernmost coast, which consists of Bays quiet and wild. The hills moving inland begin to gain height and offer beautiful rural communities, recreational and archeological sites and extraordinary landscapes. Many places to visit were filmed for you by 360HolyPlaces™. See below.

Site name Old Testament Hellenistic New Testament Josephus Flavius Roman, Byzantine, Arabic Crusader Mamelukes, Turks
Yehiam Fortress * * *

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West Galilee 360 Holy places