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Located on the northern coast of Israel, Caesarea is an ancient city that dates back to the third century. Renowned for its exquisite blend of old and new, ancient Roman, Mamluk and Crusader antiquities can be found existing side by side with modern architecture, vibrant industrial parks and bustling commercial centers. The Dan Caesarea Hotel is a luxury hotel located in the heart of Caesarea in close proximity to all major attractions of the area – the sandy Mediterranean beach, an international 18-hole golf course and the National antiquities park that brings history to life as you explore the ruins of ancient times. Caesarea is conveniently positioned midway between Tel Aviv and Haifa and the Dan Caesarea Hotel is therefore a great location from which to explore the country.
Caesarea has been dominated and overrun by successive waves of conquerors over the ages from Romans to Arabs to Crusaders, all of whom have left captivating relics that add to the fascination of this destination. Situated on a huge garden estate, the superb Dan Caesarea Hotel, Caesarea’s single luxury hotel, adjoins the Caesarea Golf & Country Club - the sole 18-hole golf course in the country.
With the Dan Caesarea Hotel as your starting point, explore the past to the fortress enclosed by a real moat and featuring a restored Crusader city and remnants of a glorious history. Go down to sea and be enchanted by Caesarea’s massive harbor that recalls the glory of Rome. Not far from the Dan Caesarea Hotel, is the famous Roman aqueduct built by Herod in the first century BC. Walk along the shore and you’ll come to a spectacular Roman amphitheater that is a popular site for cultural events. A short stroll from the Dan Caesarea Hotel, is the still identifiable Hippodrome which once held chariot races for 20,000 spectators. A favorite with visitors is Caesarea’s museum dedicated to Latin-American contemporary art – entrance is free. A 15-minute drive will take you to the hilltop town of Zichron Ya’akov founded by Baron Edmund de Rothschild in 1882, and the superb Ramat Hanadiv Botanical Gardens. Take a drive along the wine route and visit the area’s fine boutique and large wineries that welcome visitors eager to sample their wares.