The Binyamin region is located within the Mateh Binyamin Regional Council and extends over a quarter of a million acres. This is a huge region whose borders are within reach of both Jerusalem and the coastal plain. It has more than 65,000 residents in 44 different communities.
In Binyamina, you will find the "Tuscany of Israel" with its picturesque settlements, vineyards and olive plantations and leading boutique wineries. In the Binyamin region, you'll find Shilo, the ancient capital of Israel, one of the most important archeological sites in Israel, which, together with other biblical sites in Binyamin, gave the region its name - "The Land of the Bible."
On the site, you will find extensive information that will help you build an experiential tour of Binyamin - from bed and breakfasts to lodging, through galleries, workshops, attractions, restaurants, wineries, bicycle trails, and more.