Scenic and Nature sites
One of the advantages of Netanya is its location close to nature reserves, parks and colonies with a beautiful pastoral landscape. A visit to these places can be a fascinating pastime for you and your family.
Amazing time for the nature hikes
Heavy rains are good for the daffodils
A quiet and pastoral beach strip, quiet sea water and a spectacular diving site
A well-tended beach strip, a unique river and a lovely beach.
Nahal Alexander - National Park, sea turtles Park
A small jetty, adjacent to the stream, provides an opportunity to view the soft turtle - one of the most impressive natural attractions in Israel
Agamon Hefer (little lake Hefer)
In the heart of the fields of Emek Hefer, near the Alexander River, is Agamon Hefer - a sanctuary for birds and an attraction for nature lovers.
Lookout and Observation Stock Mishmar Hasharon and reservoirs Emek Hefer
The Vikar Observatory is a large shaded balcony that rises above the Mishmar Hasharon Reservoir, which is about 1 million cubic meters
A botanical garden covering about 50 dunams, with a demonstration of ornamental and cultural plants. (Location: near Ruppin College)
Beit HaRishonim is a 19th century house on the Hefer Valley Ridge near Netanya, built on the highest point in the area
Located to the east of Kadima-Zoran Local Council, this wooded park offers facilities for leisure activities. Luscious purple irises and other plants bloom here in the winter.
Utopia Orchid Park and Kakun Park
This is one of the few parks in the world which combines orchids, carnivorous plants, birds, fish, water plants and other exotic tropical plants in a tropical rain forest environment
Alexander Creek –The park has oak, eucalyptus and carob trees, a lake, water fowl, and vast lush grounds
Poleg Creek Nature Reserve
Tel Poleg is a 125-acre nature reserve located across from the Wingate Institute
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