Lower Galilee Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Lower Galilee - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Nazareth 6

Tiberias 5

Mount Tabor 5

Mount Gilboa 5

Degania, Kinneret, and Yardenit 4

Kursi National Park 3

Capernaum 2

Tabgha 2

Tel Megiddo National Park 1

Mount Arbel 1

Hammat Gader 1

Korazim 1

Mount of Beatitudes 1

Ginosar 1

Cana 1

Zippori National Park 1

Belvoir 1

Beit She'an 1

Beit She'arim 1

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Memorial/ Monument/ Tomb 1

Mountain–Sight 2

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Museum/ Gallery 2

Nature Preserve/ Wildlife Refuge 1

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Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 11

Spa–Sight 1

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Blue Beach

  • Beach–Sight

On the southwest shore of the Sea of Galilee, this is a well-kept private beach. Picnic areas and raft rentals are available. It's open...

Gai Beach

  • Beach–Sight

Open May to October, Gai Beach has a private bathing beach and one of the country's most attractive water parks. Admission is NIS 80.

Hammat Tiberias

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

This is where Israel's hottest spring gushes from of the earth at 60°C (140°F) due to cracks in the earth's crust along the Syrian-African...

Tiberias Hot Springs

  • Bath/Hot Spring

In addition to sophisticated therapeutic services and facilities, this modern spa has a large, warm indoor mineral pool (35°C or 95°F)...

Tomb of Moses Maimonides

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

Foremost among Tiberias's many venerated resting places is this tomb. Born in Córdoba, Spain, Moses Maimonides (1135–1204)—widely...

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