Ein Bokek

Attraction Type: Nature And Animals, Region: Dead Sea, Address: Ein Bokek, Business Hours: Unlimited
Source: The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel
Region: Dead Sea
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Perennial spring. The source of its water is rainfall in the area of the Judean mountains that penetrates through the cracks in the limestone. The site has thick reed and Tamarisk shrub flora, as well as water and shade. Next to the spring is the pillar of a fortress that survived from the Byzantine era and remnants of a bathing house.
Products specifications
Attraction Type Nature And Animals
Region Dead Sea
Address Ein Bokek
Parking Yes
Business Hours Unlimited
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility No
URL https://www.teva.org.il/?CategoryID=1677&ArticleID=121
Perennial spring. The source of its water is rainfall in the area of the Judean mountains that penetrates through the cracks in the limestone. The site has thick reed and Tamarisk shrub flora, as well as water and shade. Next to the spring is the pillar of a fortress that survived from the Byzantine era and remnants of a bathing house.
Products specifications
Attraction Type Nature And Animals
Region Dead Sea
Address Ein Bokek
Parking Yes
Business Hours Unlimited
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility No
URL https://www.teva.org.il/?CategoryID=1677&ArticleID=121
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