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We visited the ruins of Caesarea. It had been built by Herod. You can tell it had been a beautiful place. We were on a Christian believers tour so we learned it was also where the Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, based his seat of government....More
Right on the banks of the Mediterranean Sea, a visit here provides a flashback to The Crusades, then back more to the Roman Conquest, the Persians, the Hellenistic Period, the Byzantine Period, the Ottomans, and way back to the Phoenicians. You must grab a Brochure...More
Visited the site today, it’s been approx 4 years since my last visit
Love the site, the weather was great Sunny and breezy
It seems like there’s an archeology dug is going on along side some renovations
Walking there and feeling Herrode’s era is alive...More
I have been to the Caesarea Harbor National Park. It is beautifully maintained, there are shops, restaurants, Roman ruins, a beach and has something for everyone. My husband approves of the ice cream. It is a wonderful and interesting experience.
Lots of ruins to walk around and even climb on. Plus you’re staring at The Mediterranean. Just outside of the “park” area there’s part of an old aqua duct and beach.
My favorite was the SCUBA diving. The harbor doesn’t have the colorful fish &...More