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This is an interesting and fun part of the Caesarea Park! Definitely visit and walk around the aqueduct. We walked from the main park along the path and beach. About 15 minutes. Fun to see up close after seeing others from the roads.
If you have to look at these great. But the main event is the main city. Put aside time for this. When can you see an amphitheater, Herod’s palace, a chariot racing theatre and ancient city in one place. So well laid out. The entrance...More
We enjoyed our swim and hour-long walk along the beach. Unfortunately, upon return to our Hertz rental car a window was smashed and my passport, credit cards and cash stolen from under drivers seat. My mistake was not taking these valuables with me. Thankfully, a...More
Caesarea beach is a great place for everyone. There is a lifeguard and sloped walk to allow handicapped to acess beach. Has concession stand with chairs overlooking beach, showers, long beach to walk and plenty of room to find your own space. Shallow water area...More
On our tour in Israel, we stopped in Caesarea Maritima. We learned that King Herod who also built up Ceasarea, commissioned an aqueduct to be built to bring fresh water in. It is amazing to see. The ruins are so well preserved. It sits on...More
We went in mid august and the beach was very quiet, which is a plus. You dont really pay much attention to the Aqueduct in the end to be honest. It gives some unique touch to the beach, but you're still coming to enjoy the...More
It's a great place to finish your national park walk. We walked down there and spent some time on the sand. There is a lifeguard, some showers and some sheds to hide from the sun. Although the water had a rocky - shelly bottom and...More
The family stopped on the way up north of Israel. We were a group of approximately 25 people. This included parents and kids of all ages. The tour inside the water tunnel was great for the kids and adults alike. This is definitely a worthwhile...More
Exactly. About 5 minutes driving There are a lot of free parking space near it; you can climb onto the very top of the Aqueduct. Also, don't miss an ungarded swimming beach (actually, most locals go to the area to... More
Exactly. About 5 minutes driving There are a lot of free parking space near it; you can climb onto the very top of the Aqueduct. Also, don't miss an ungarded swimming beach (actually, most locals go to the area to swim).
There is also a payed parking near, but one don't have to use it.