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There is no other city with beaches like Netanya’s. 13,5 kilometers of golden beaches, some of the most beautiful in Israel. On the beaches there are restaurants, bathing facilities and various attractions.
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The western-most part of Netanya is built on a sandstone ridge stretching from north to south and stands at a height of between 25 to 45 meters above sea level .
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Are you looking to relieve the monotony? Do you like colors? Do you want to enjoy a unique art style? We have plans for you. Photographer Ron Elijah followed in recent weeks a variety of stunning graffiti that adorn our city in diverse areas, ranging from the market, Herzl streets, Zangwill St., Independence Square and its surroundings, the municipal fire station and more... The result: one big wow !!
Taking a walk in Netanya
Here we gathered for you independent tour options in Netanya, in its various corners, suitable for every taste and every pace. For example, you can take a leisurely stroll along the amazing promenades, or take a botanic tour or a short historical tour.
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The park and the Winter Lake
The rare winter pond is in the southern part of Netanya, east of the sandstone cliff found by the sea shore. In the park next to the Winter Lake there is a games complex, fitness facility and around the lake – hiking trails for walkers and for cyclists.
Promenades from north to south
Netanya boasts some beautifully styled and well-manicured promenades from the north part of the city to the southern neighborhoods. This string of promenades is the longest of its kind in Israel and is also part of the national hiking path “Shvil Israel”.
For many Netanya residents and tourists visiting the city alike, these are warmly treasured places.
The graffiti in Netanya
Are you looking to relieve the monotony? Do you like colors? Do you want to enjoy a unique art style? We have plans for you.
The Sergeants Grove
It is more then just another wood in the Sharon. It is a space of green area between the buildings. It mainly comprises eucalyptus trees that were planted here by the forestry department of the British local government in the first part of the 20th century. In the Grove, which is a favorite destination for families, there are children’s play facilities, a wooden observation tower and more.
The Iris reserve is south of the city, close to the beach and is one of only two places in Israel, where you can still see the colorful bloom of rare and impressive flowers that grow in Israel. The Irises bloom in February – March and attract thousands of visitors from around the country who come to watch them bloom. Netanya Municipality works hard to preserve and enhance this reserve to ensure the survival of one of the rare flowers that grow in Israel.
The Poleg Reserve
Bounds the city from the south. The Poleg Creek that runs through it collects the rainfalls from the hills of the southern Sharon. The creek is the habitat for two types of flora: sweet water plants as well as sand plants. Some of the rarest flowers of Israel can be found here such as the Sharon iris, lupin, and more. At the point where the creek meets the sea there is an enclosed area where the sea turtles lay their eggs.
The starting point is the promenades and the gardens that stretch out along the sandstone cliffs that line the shore. Breathe in the fresh salty air and continue towards the Iris reserve located in the southern part of the city. In the Iris Reserve one can find hundreds of argaman (purple) irises (Iris atropurpurea) which bloom in February and March.
Walking tour. The starting point is the sycamore tree on Mintz Street. Here we will find an impressive 1,000 year old sycamore tree with a circumference of 8 meters. We continue through municipal public buildings (cultural center), and through the colorful market, passing through Zion Square that housed the first hotel in Netanya – Hotel Eden. We will pass by the mythological Sharon Cinema house.
We will start by visiting the Minicipal Cultural Center located on Raziel Street. Then we will walk the length of Herzl Street and we will observe the magnificent graffiti paintings on buildings along the street. We will continue along to the new Independence Square – the interactive Square, and enjoy the pedestrian street and the lively cafes on both sides.